Sun Mountain is introducing the Zero-G Waist Belt as a standalone product for the 2016 season. As a market leader for premium golf bags, Sun Mountain now offers the cushioned belt to assist golfers in carrying their stand bag.

Sun Mountain is introducing the Zero-G Waist Belt as a standalone product for the 2016 season. As a market leader for premium golf bags, Sun Mountain now offers the cushioned belt to assist golfers in carrying their stand bag.

 

The success of the Zero-G Bag in 2015 has inspired the creation of the Zero-G Belt, which will be compatible with all 2016 models that feature the Zero-G Hip Pad.

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The belt will be sold separately, targeting those who are looking for extra support. It slips easily through the hip pad to fasten around the waist, including a strong buckle clasp. It is quickly removable if golfers decide to travel by golf cart.

Patented by Sun Mountain, Zero-Gravity Technology transfers the weight of the bag from the shoulders to the hips, making the clubs feel significantly lighter.

The movement of weight away from the shoulders allows golfers to save their energy to swing clubs rather than exhaust it all on simply carrying them.

“Due to the outstanding success of the Zero-G Bag last season, we decided to include the technology across the majority of the 2016 range,” said Tony Fletcher, Brand Fusion UK Sales Manager.

“The Zero-G Belt is an affordable way to significantly increase comfort for golfers who might struggle carrying their bag and will help maximise the enjoyment of their round,” he added.

The belt expands for waist sizes ranging from 30-50 inches and retails for £24.99.

For more information about Sun Mountain and the Zero-G Waist Belt, visit www.brandfusionltd.co.uk.

Tom Clarke
Tom Clarke


Tom Clarke joined Golf Monthly as a sub editor in 2009 and was promoted to content editor in 2012 and then senior content editor in 2014. Tom currently looks after all the digital products that Golf Monthly produce including website and social media. Tom plays off 17 and lists Augusta National, Old Head and Le Touessrok as the favourite courses he has played. Tom is an avid viewer of all golf content with a particularly in depth knowledge of the pro tour.