Sunderland of Scotland Control the Elements with Lightening Blue and Tropics for Autumn Winter 2021

Sunderland of Scotland, the original technical weatherwear golf brand reveals its Autumn Winter 2021 (AW21) collection with the new men’s Lightning Blue and Tropics for ladies’.


In Rainwear all with Lifetime Waterproof Guarantee, the s.Whispedry Pro-Lite jacket (RRP £150) has been introduced in Lightning Blue with sporty black trims and is featherlight, breathable and fully waterproof with stretch. The highly technical s.Valberg (RRP £140) is now available in the striking Lightning Blue colourway with White 4-way stretch panels in high impact zones to promote freedom of movement throughout the swing and black waterproof zips. It is finished with silver retro reflective trims and branding and a groove cleaning device on an elasticated pocket cord. The ever-popular Vancouver Pro Jacket (RRP £120) has been given an injection of the new Lightning Blue/Black/White colour combo.

Brand new for Autumn Winter 2021 is the s.Nevada full sleeve and s.Cortina half sleeve Windshirts (both RRP £80), made from a signature 3-layer interlock 4-way stretch fabric. They are extremely wind and shower proof whilst remaining lightweight. These striking new tri colour designs have a bold sleeve flash with coordinating zips and come in three colour combinations, Navy/Red/White, Electric Blue/Black/White and Black/Lightning Blue/White.

The popular Coldwear range sees Black/Lightning Blue/White added to the s.Anton Padded Gilet and Lightning Blue/Black/White to the s.Zermatt Padded Jacket (RRP £75 and £80 respectively). Built with a robust nylon and padded down which retains heat to insulate the body whilst being incredibly lightweight and breathable. This is combined with stretch side panels to enhance movement. The s.Aspen midlayer (RRP £70) refreshed in the new Lightning Blue/White/Black colourway, protects from the elements with its Teflon coated interlock stretch and breathable fabric. Finally, a new addition for Autumn Winter 2021 is the s.Arizona Midlayer (RRP £70), a powerful colour block design created with fleece back 4-way stretch performance fabric. This Midlayer will protect you from the elements with its showerproof, windproof and heat insulating properties whilst ensuring heat insulation, breathability, and enhanced freedom of movement.


The Lifetime Waterproof Guarantee ladies’ Waterproof s.Killy jacket (RRP £120) engineered with a lightweight polyester technical fabric with mechanical stretch combined with flattering panels looks fresh in the new Navy/Tropics colourway. The luxuriously soft touch featherlight s.Whispedry Tech-Lite jacket (RRP £150) has the most exciting new offering in Navy Tropical Print with vibrant Tropics waterproof zips.

For the popular ladies’ Coldwear collection the s.Arosa thermal water repellent midlayer (RRP £70) adds a bright new colourway to the mix in Tropics/White. New for AW2021 is the s.Nira fleece jacket (RRP £80), a sleek new design with contoured seams and discrete in seam pockets, made from a smooth fabric outer warm polar brushed fleece inner. The s.Nira jacket is both shower and windproof and has been introduced in 3 colourways, Navy/White, Black/White and Purple/White. Whilst the s.Tania windproof padded gilet (RRP £75) in Navy/White merchandises well in the Tropics colour story.

Mikhel Ruia – Managing Director, Sunderland of Scotland adds: “Sunderland of Scotland continue on our quest to deliver high performance outerwear which ensures all golfers are #NeverWeatherBeaten and our Autumn Winter 2021 epitomizes this mission. After an extremely uncertain year we are excited to embark on 2021 with our new collections to empower all golfers to be able to play in all conditions and elements”.

The full collection will be available online and instore from August 2021.

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As an avid golfer since the age of eleven Dan lives and breathes all things golf.  With a current handicap of eleven he gets out and plays as often as his work life (and girlfriend) allows. Dan confesses to still being like a kid at Christmas when it comes to seeing the latest golf equipment. Having served as GolfPunk’s Deputy Editor, and resident golf geek for the past 13 years and working for golf's oldest brand, John Letters Dan brings to GOLF RETAILING an excellent understanding of the sector.