Sunice introduces Spring/Summer 2015 collection

Sunice Golf has launched its Spring/Summer 2015 collection which focuses on providing outerwear, balancing style and technical features. Sunice continues to design and develop six different categories in the collection adding down vests and jackets with stretch panels. There is a need for the player to have the warmth of down but required the stretch and protection of a 3L stretch insert to allow for full range of motion.

Each outerwear category, Hurricane, Tornado, Typhoon, Pro Sport and Sport, provides different levels of protection from an array of weather conditions. Sunice continues to expand its highly technical apparel line, Sunice Silver, using only X-Static and XT2 fabrics in its polo collection. The success of Sunice’s golf platform derives from its capability to offer innovation through research and development and diversification providing the ultimate freedom to play, no matter the weather.

In the ladies collections the colours are feminine but have bolder twists of colours. The men’s collections also takes a similar approach to colour. Sunice says it is now leading a resurgence of colour. Instead of the traditional manner of taking black and charcoals and popping them with colour, the company took the colour and popped them with the basics.

Jon Camp, managing director of Sunice Europe stated, “We did not just stop at function in our design – in colour there is no other in golf that can compete. Bold brights are mixed with classic core colours to bring a new vibrant palette to the game. The true essence of the collection this year is bringing unlikely colour pairings together in harmony and unison to create a colour palette that is both striking in its appearance.

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