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Classic & vibrant new shirts designs by Glenmuir
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Apr '11
With nine shirts in 70 colour options Glenmuir's Men's Classic Shirts range continues to be ever-popular with golfers - and the latest collection features four vibrant new designs.

Spring/Summer 2011 sees the introduction of 'Ralia', 'Atholl', 'Tomatin' and 'Garvald' and Glenmuir has injected a riot of colour with bright Mango, electric Kingfisher blue and Hot Pink featuring across the board alongside more traditional colours.

Ralia is a 100% cotton honeycomb pique in eight solid colours with the Glenmuir 1891 logo embroidered on right sleeve. For clubs looking for teamwear, the shirt co-ordinates with ladies 'Sophie' shirt and Boy's 'Rory' to enable teams to have a consistent look. Sizes available are S-XXL, while the colours on offer are Hot Pink, White, Navy, Peapod, Mango, Black, Kingfisher, Light Blue.

Atholl is a 100% cotton single jersey featuring a pattern of three contrast colour narrow stripes and Glenmuir embroidery on right sleeve. Available sizes are S-XXL and the colour scheme comprises a White base with Navy, Hot Pink and Stone narrow stripes; Black with Mango, Peapod and Winter White; and Kingfisher blue with Mercury, Yellow and Stone stripes.

Tomatin is easily identifiable with its contrast shoulder panels and body seam tipping distinguishing the new 100% cotton honeycomb pique polo. With Glenmuir 1891 embroidery on the right shoulder this shirt co-ordinates with the Junior 'Leon'.

Garvald is a 100% cotton honeycomb pique shirt that not only looks great on the fairway, but can be worn casually off the course while still looking ultra fashionable. Fans of timeless solid colour polos with two stripes on the collar and cuff will love the classic 'Mod' design. The embroidered Glenmuir 1891 logo appears on the right shoulder, sizes are S-XXL and colours available comprise Navy with White/Hot Pink collar trim; Winter White with Peapod and Mango trim; Mercury, with yellow and White trim.
Glenmuir's Men's Classic Shirts are particularly popular at busy golf clubs where there is a strong demand for club and team cresting on good quality, hard-wearing shirts.

To reflect this, the colour stories for its existing Classic Shirts range - Lonie (nine colours), Angus (seven colours), Mull (18 colours), Moffat (12 colours) and the long-sleeved Lewis (seven colours) - have been increased too.

For Spring/Summer 2011 Glenmuir offers a fully-coordinating collection of clothes and accessories with three new and modern colour schemes: Hot Summer where bright pink combines with navy, white and stone; Tequila Sunrise, with stunning mango and peapod accent colours against white, khaki and black; and Cool Waves, where vibrant kingfisher blue sits alongside yellow, black, white and mercury.

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