PING Collection has announced the launch of its Autumn/Winter 2009 range of high-performance men’s and women’s golf clothing.
The Autumn/Winter 2009 sees the introduction of a completely new range of waterproofs for men and women that have been designed to withstand all kinds of weather conditions. Knitwear for this season takes sporty and contemporary designs and adds increased wind-lined capacity for enhanced comfort.
The range also includes a complete range of polo-shirts, trousers and accessories that Managing Director Simon McGuigan was proud to unveil, stating: “The hard work our design team has put it to surpass the success and technical innovation of previous collections is clearly demonstrated in what I believe to be PING Collection’s strongest Autumn/Winter range to date.”
Amongst the many highlights of this innovative men’s collection are garments such as the stylish Geronimo checked trousers and the Absolute Zero rain suit and lightweight Cyclone waterproof jacket which both provide essential on-course insulation during the cold winter months.
The compact range of elegant women’s clothing for Autumn/Winter 2009 focuses on essential winter garments designed around a sophisticated and feminine Soft Pink and Black colour palette, and includes the Honey Bun wind-shirt, the Ginger Snap fleece, the chic Tiramisu checked trousers and the new lightweight and waterproof Cupcake rain suit.
It follows the exciting release of the new PING i15 and PING G15 ranges.
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