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Glenmuir boosts Performance Outerwear for golfers
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Feb '08
Glenmuir is providing outstanding choice from its renowned Performance Outerwear range this year – with a combination of 80 different designs and colours available for both Men and Ladies.

The waterproof market has been identified as a key area for growth by the Lanark, Scotland-based company and its 2008 range of jackets, trousers, wind shirts and fleeces uses a variety of fabric technologies to deliver superb weather-beating performance.

Fifteen different Men's and Ladies' jackets, trousers and wind shirts all feature the superb Glenmuir Rain Bloc waterproof system - a laminated microfibre fabric which uses a special inner membrane to allow moisture vapour created by the body to escape, but repels external wind and rain.

All nine wind shirts (six men's, three ladies') also boast a special Teflon coating, developed specially to combine with the lightweight performance fabrics and linings to ensure wind-proofing, shower resistance and stain repellency.

The Dry-Tech moisture-wicking fabric, which absorbs moisture from the body and allows it to evaporate through the outer layer at a rate 50% faster than cotton, has been used by Glenmuir in the Lismore men's fleece and Danby and Whitby ladies' fleeces.

“We are determined to give the golfer who is looking for top-quality outerwear a wide choice of products and also provide excellent customer service,” said Andy Bough, Glenmuir Marketing Director.

“That's why our flagship waterproof jackets - the Ladies' Elie and Men's Inverurie - both carry a three-year guarantee.”


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