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Glenmuir Men's Classic boasts 250 products
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Feb '08
Glenmuir produces some of the most recognisable golf clothing styles and designs in the world – and this year the company's hugely-popular Men's Classic Collection boasts more than 250 products.

Comprising instantly recognisable cotton polo shirts and lightweight knitwear in cotton, merino wool and lambswool, the Glenmuir Men's Classic Collection has been redesigned for this Spring and Summer with a cool and contemporary colour overhaul.

In addition, Glenmuir has launched the new lightweight flat front trousers Prestonfield, featuring side pockets and two back welt pockets with Glenmuir branded metal badge.

The trousers are in 98% cotton and 2% Lycra for a comfortable and flexible fit and are available in a 30in-42in waist, three leg lengths and six colours – light blue, white, kiwi, black, khaki and navy.

At the heart of the range development is the introduction of three brand new stylish and modern colour palettes – Freshwater (cool blues, white & khaki); Tropical (vibrant greens, fuschia & black); and Sunset Beach (cool yellow, deeper blues & white).

Elements from the carefully-selected colour schemes appear throughout the extensive collection, which offers golfers some 253 designs and styles.

Andy Bough, Glenmuir Marketing Director, said: “The Men's Classic Collection is popular with thousands of golfers and contains some of our best-selling shirts and knitwear. This Spring/Summer we've launched a comprehensive range of modern styles and colours, with a strong emphasis on lightweight, comfortable fabrics.

“Trousers sales were also very strong for us last season and this provided the platform for the launch of the new Prestonfield design.”


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