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Glenmuir Zip-Front Cardigan is a modern Golf classic
Nov '10
No modern golfer's wardrobe is complete without a cardigan and for this Autumn and Winter Glenmuir has introduced a superb new zipped model to its acclaimed Men's 1891 Classic Collection.

The Scottish company's ever-popular Men's Fashion Lambswool range welcomes the stunning new 'Camarthen' cardigan, with a smart zip front and contemporary contrasting colour styling on the sleeve seams, neck rib and zip placket.

Made from a 100% machine washable lambswool, the 'Camarthen' is available in sizes S-XXL and is designed to provide golfers with warmth and comfort without bulk - ideal for crisp Winter mornings and cool Autumn evenings.

Every product bearing the prestigious Glenmuir 1891 hallmark is designed with specific attention to quality and comfort and the 'Camarthen' is available in three colour combinations, Charcoal/Black/Grey Mix, Blue/Blue Lovat/Linen and Linen/Leather/Rust with an RRP £71.25.

In total, a brand new Men's 1891 Classic Collection comprises 39 high-quality products for the golfer who demands excellence from their golfwear, whether looking for a classically-styled polo shirt to a luxurious Scottish cashmere sweater.

It incorporates all of the company's distinctive - Luxury Shirts, Classic Shirts, Scottish Cashmere, Lamora Knitwear, Heavyweight and Lightweight Merino Knitwear, Supima and Supersoft Cotton Knitwear, Classic and Fashion Lambswool Knitwear, Trousers and Shorts.

Unveiling the 'Camarthen', Glenmuir marketing director, Brian Mair, said: "A modern cardigan is a staple requirement for many golfers and the 'Camarthen' sits very neatly in our Fashion Lamswool range, which comprises five pieces for the season - including three brand new designs."

Glenmuir showcases three carefully-selected contemporary colour palettes for the Autumn/Winter 2010 season – 'Blue Stone' (three classic shades of blue combining with stone and white); 'New England Fall' (forest green, rust, leather and stone); and Northern Skies (black, white, three greys and lilac).

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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