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Nine new products in Men's 1891 Collection
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Feb '08
Glenmuir has launched an exciting new flagship Men's 1891 Collection for Spring/Summer 2008.

The Men's 1891 Collection co-ordinates luxury mercerised cotton polo shirts, Pima and Supima cotton knitwear and Lamora and Scottish Cashmere knitwear in a range of colours, including three brand new stylish and modern colour palettes –Freshwater (cool blues, white & khaki); Tropical (vibrant greens, fuschia & black); Sunset Beach (cool yellow, deeper blues and white).

At the forefront of the collection are six new luxury polo shirts - Prestwick, Muirfield, Musselburgh, Turnberry, Carnoustie and Troon.

Golfers benefit from fine cotton yarns with a soft, luxurious feel and all the shirts boast an anti-curl collar and feature the prestigious 1891 woven label on the right sleeve.

In sizes S-XXL, the six new shirts are available in a range of patterns, including solid colours, tonal and textured stripes and a wrap check.

Glenmuir has also introduced three new cotton knitwear sweaters and tops – Jubilee, Eden and Machrie.

The Jubilee slipover and Eden v-neck sweater feature Pima cotton, a soft yarn with a smooth, clean finish that creates luxurious and lightweight knitwear which provide warmth while allowing for ease of movement.

The Machrie zip-neck top in Supima cotton (a superior cotton yarn) has a soft, luxurious feel and less prone to pilling than other cottons. All new Pima and Supima products are available is sizes S-XXL from the new colour palettes.


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