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Head-to-toe cold weather solutions for golfers

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Nov '07
adidas Golf is providing head-to-toe cold weather solutions for golfers looking to play as far into winter as courses will allow. This winter season, adidas Golf provides an extensive line of men's and women's outerwear from its Tour Performance and Elements collection, along with its waterproof Mudskipper golf shoe.

All of adidas Golf's industry-leading ClimaWarm pieces are designed with thermal protection to maintain body heat without adding bulk or restricting the golf swing.

“We have designed apparel solutions that enable golfers to stay dry, warm and comfortable even as the weather elements grow more severe,” said Tiss Dahan, adidas Golf global director of apparel. “Our intention is to allow golfers to play through the winter. There are golfers who play in any weather condition and we have options that allow these players to perform at their best, even when the weather is not optimal.”

In the Tour Performance category is the men's ClimaWarm Long Sleeve Interlock Polo and the women's ClimaLite Engineered Hoodie. Offered in three distinct colors, the Interlock Polo is made up of 95 percent polyester and five percent CoolMax Extreme, a technology designed to move moisture away from the body and enhance fabric drying rate, thus keeping the athlete feeling cool and dry.

The women's ClimaLite Engineered Hoodie provides the golfer warmth via its three-panel constructed hoodie, while its kangaroo pocket allows for convenient hand-warming.


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