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Get in step with new Glenmuir Trousers
10
Jun '11
Glenmuir, the leading golf apparel brand, has launched a completely new range of men's trousers and shorts for the 2011 Spring/Summer season.

Featuring a wide range of colour combinations designed to complement the Scotland-based company's extensive shirts and knitwear collection – and with waist sizes from 30” to 42” and three leg lengths – there's something for everyone who desires high-quality, lightweight trousers purposely designed for golf.

This year, the new 'Struie' is a flat-front stretch cotton/elastane model with a smart vented hem and two front pockets and two back pockets, ideal for storing both a wallet and a scorecard. Colours include black, navy, kingfisher, khaki, white and mercury.

The new 'Delny' is a very lightweight 100% polyester microfibre trouser, Teflon coated for a stain resistant finish and using an easycare fabric to keep creasing to a minimum – helping the golfer stay smart looking all day. It's great for washing with no need for ironing.

With two front and back pockets and Glenmuir's signature embroidery on the rear these flat-front trousers are available in four colours – black, navy, stone and khaki.

For those golfers hopeful of a good summer, or heading to warmer locations, the latest 'Stenton' shorts finish just above the knee with identical features to 'Delny'.

All Glenmuir men's shorts and trousers are available in waist sizes 30in-42in and in short 29”, regular 31” and long 33” leg lengths.

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.

Glenmuir Ltd


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