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Galvin Green Spring/ Summer 2013 Collection

There is no shortage of golf clothing available on the market today, but as some brands can generally fall short of that essential combination of style, comfort and performance it is easy to see why golf wear specialists Galvin Green have stood the test of time. Designed by golfers for golfers, the new Spring/ Summer 2013 Galvin Green collection focuses on three core elements: distinctive designs, protection and freedom of movement – demonstrating that looking good and playing well really do go hand in hand.

A Swedish brand, Galvin Green has built an edge on its competitors through how their in-house designers and clothing specialists are actually golfers themselves – therefore no one has a better understanding of the requirements and aesthetics of golf clothing.

To create a range of distinctive designs that will set any golfer apart on the course, Galvin Green have incorporated a bold mix of colours which can be seen in their selection of waterproofs as well as in their funky golf trousers. These vibrant pieces can be effortlessly mixed with smart golfing polo shirts as well as golf shorts to build a classic and distinctive playing look every time.

Strong protection has been skilfully implemented by Galvin Green designers through the use of innovative materials such as Gore-Tex®. No one likes to call off a game just because of a spot of rain, and with Galvin Green golf clothing you will not only stay protected from whatever the elements throw at you, you will also remain smart on the course.

Every golfer knows that well-fitting golf clothing is all about freedom of movement. Galvin Green have incorporated full stretch materials to ensure you get that full freedom of swing – so not only will you look well, you will play well too.

The new season range of Galvin Green golf wear is available to buy online at specialist golf clothing retailers such as Function 18.

Sample Galvin Green Golf Wear

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