Full women’s golf collection unveiled by Cross Sportswear

Cross Sportswear has unveiled a range of fully coordinating apparel for women golfers in its new 2016 collection. The Swedish pioneer of high performance stretch, breathable and waterproof fabrics has unveiled over 40 individual products spanning full waterproofs, windwear, functional and sporty knitwear, polo shirts, trousers, shorts, base layers and accessories.

The Swedish brand’s Women’s Collection features four outstanding rain jackets (with coordinating trousers); eight windproof jackets; four of the most fashionable knitwear products in the market, which coordinate beautifully with 11 high-performance polo shirts; nine modern trousers, skorts and shorts; and a wealth of hats, belts and accessories.

Steve Shaw of Cross Sportswear said, “When you look at the range of styles and designs presented by Cross for 2016 for women golfers and combine it with a choice of five different colour schemes, then it’s arguably the most comprehensive and cohesive collection in the market.

“What players will also find, is that fashion and sport styling are seamlessly integrated with something in the range to suit all lady golfers.”

Working with Cross Sportswear has never been easier with UK banking and a team of seven sales people that covers the whole of the UK. Classic patterns, modern fits, a clear-cut design with a sober aesthetic and a colourful palette that reflects the mentality and environment of Stockholm – the fashion hub for European design – are important elements behind the collection 2016.

For more information on the Cross Sportswear Golf Collection 2016, contact Steve Shaw onsteve@marquisgolf.co.uk

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