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Golf Australia Express : September 2013
FASHION S PRING has arrived and with it comes a whole wave of new outfit options for golf fashionistas to indulge in over the warmer months. Yet while the latests fashionable fairways releases offer new designs and colour combinations, the biggest shift with golf apparel appears to be a real focus on new fabric technologies. Basically, better fabrics have been used in the newest golf gear to keep you more comfortable while still looking schmick out on course. According to Jaimie Woodcock, owner of The Golf Society [thegolfsociety.com.au), we can expect to see stronger and bolder colours this season, particularly from companies such as J.Lindeberg and Puma, with blues and greens the dominant hues. "Puma has taken the popular Gloxinia from last year and given it a bit more punch under the colour of Heliotrope and is already proving to be a winner after only two weeks online," Mr Woodcock said. He also said the new season releases were across the board some of the most exciting he has seen in a while. "J.Lindeberg draws on its strong ski heritage to produce some of the most technical fabrics yet—achieving incredibly lightweight yet robust products," he said. "They offer incredible flexibility and moisture management in products that would normally be restrictive on a golfer's swing." Some of the trends emerging this season include UV protection across all products, 'cut to size' belts, super-lightweight golf shoes and a blend of on-course and off-course fashion. OTG THIS SEASON? WHAT'S NEW
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