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New 'TENBY' long sleeve polo from Glenmuir
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Oct '10
The balmy late Summer and early Autumn period is a classic time to enjoy golf - but it also leaves golfers with a dilemma: What to wear?

When it's too warm for a sweater but too cold for just a short-sleeve polo shirt, many golfers find it difficult to select the right garment to stay comfortable on the course.

Glenmuir, one of Europe's leading golf apparel brands, has solved this problem for Autumn 2010 with the launch of the new 'Tenby' long-sleeved Performance Shirt.

Manufactured from a soft polyester and cotton mix - and boasting Glenmuir's superb Hi-Cool breathable moisture management system - the zip-neck 'Tenby' allows golfers to feel unencumbered by bulky clothing and still stay warm when the temperatures drop a few degrees.

This zip neck, mock collar addition to the Glenmuir's ever-expanding Men's Performance and Trend collection is available in three colours with smart contrast piping, Black/Grey Mix, Blue/Stone and Stone/Forest.

Glenmuir's distinctive 1891 embroidery can be found on the right sleeve and adds a superb finishing touch to something that should make its way into every discerning golfer's wardrobe.

Brian Mair, Glenmuir marketing director, said: “Towards the end of the Summer and the start of Autumn, it's easy to get caught out on the course when the weather turns chilly, usually early or late in the day.

“The 'Tenby' has all the key characteristics of our Performance Shirts – a technical 'smart fabric' and athletic fit – but the long sleeves do provide additional comfort when that's exactly what is required.”

Glenmuir has introduced two stunning new contemporary colour palettes for the season - New England Fall (forest green, rust, stone, leather and winter white); and Northern Skies (black, white, lilac, charcoal, grey and silver). Both complement its popular 'Blue Stone' theme (three classic shades of blue combining with stone and white).

Glenmuir is a preferred supplier to The European Ryder Cup Team, will be lead vendor in the Ryder Cup Merchandise Pavilion at this year's Ryder Cup in Wales, and is a licensee of Open Championship official merchandise.

Glenmuir Ltd


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