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Stay warm & dry with Sunderland's bonded fleece
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Feb '10
Sunderland's latest range of playable Coldwear – designed specifically to cope with uncomfortable on-course temperatures – includes the outstanding Bonded Fleece.

Available in attractive Men's and Ladies' designs, the Sunderland Bonded Fleece is made from a lightweight,breathable fabric that includes a three-layer interlocking fleece to keep golfers warm and dry.

The three layers all combine to offer fantastic year-round weather beating: the polyester knit interlock offers excellent water repellency; the PU film prevents water penetration and ensures breathability; while the fleece lining offers warmth and moisture wicking properties.

The end result is a versatile piece of golf clothing that not only performs to the highest standards, but looks modern and contemporary too.

Attention to detail is paramount and high-quality finishing touches include industry-leading YKK-zipped hand pockets and a YKK front zip with storm flap and eye-catching contrast colour stitching, side panels and collar linings.

Says Sunderland marketing director, Brian Mair: “Many golfers find themselves in situations when knitwear does not quite offer enough protection from the weather and a full waterproof jacket is too much, or too bulky.

“This is where the Sunderland bonded fleece comes into its own.It offers all-year protection, whether in extreme cold or just when there's an early morning or late evening nip in the air.”

The Sunderland Men's Bonded Fleece is available in sizes S-XXXL and three colours – Black/Love (red), Black/Reward (royal blue) and Graphite/Reward.

The Sunderland Ladies Bonded Fleece is available in sizes XS-XL and three colours – Black/Cerise, Black/Green and Black/Black.

Sunderland's 2010 collection includes classic and contemporary designs and high performance fabrics, from Thermal13 introduced in the Tournament rainwear, to the breakthrough performance provided by Teflon water repellent fabric in the company's windwear range.

Revolutionary Cocona fabric, used in Sunderland's UV shirt collection, absorbs harmful UVA and UVB radiation and gives golfers added protection and security in the sun.

The result is a full range of weatherwear that is unrivalled in terms of both its performance and playability - a combination that makes Sunderland the number one choice throughout the golfing world and 'never weather beaten'.

Sunderland of Scotland


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