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Glenmuir Golfing Kids' completed by smart new cotton
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Feb '08
Glenmuir, one of Europe's leading golf apparel brands, has launched the first ever bespoke junior collection in its proud 117-year history.

The Lanark, Scotland-based company's new Spring/Summer '08 range features 'Golfing Kids' – two shirts, a long-sleeved wind shirt and a cap all designed specifically to introduce youngsters to the Glenmuir brand, which sits right at the heart of golf.

Andy Bough, Glenmuir Marketing Director, said: “Glenmuir is one of Europe's leading clothing brands with men and lady golfers and we felt this year was the right time to produce our first ever kids' collection.

“Young golfers are very fashion-conscious and like to follow the golf clothing trends set by tour pros on TV. Our Golfing Kids range is heavily influenced by the athletic design of our new Men's Performance Shirts, which feature contrasting colour panels, modern fabrics and cool and contemporary colours.”

The GK Pro is a 100% combed cotton lightweight baby pique shirt with zip neck and is characterised by smart contrasting side panels. With anti-curl collar and raglan sleeves, it comes in four colour options (white/navy, light blue/white, garnet/white and black/white).

The GK Club is a 100% combed cotton lightweight baby pique polo shirt. It's available in a more traditional design of four solid colours, each with a contrasting collar and cuff stripe (white/navy, light blue/white, garnet/white and black/white) and featuring the Glenmuir 1891 embroidery.


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