Under Armour have released their new range of golf gloves for 2016 including, The UA StrikeskinTour Golf Glove, UA Strikeskin Camo Golf Glove and UA CoolSwitch Golf Glove. By James Taylor
Under Armour have released three brand new gloves for golfers in 2016, including the UA Strikeskin Tour Golf Glove worn by Jordan Spieth (opens in new tab).
Due to the great success of the ColdGear Golf Glove which is made for golfers during the winter, Under Amour have released the following three new gloves: the UA Strikeskin Tour Golf Glove, UA Strikeskin Camo Golf Glove and the UA CoolSwitch Golf Glove.
All of the gloves will include Under Armour’s Premium Grip system that gives the maximum control possible and also the soft cabretta leathers that gives a no distraction, but comfortable fit.
The world number one’s choice of glove is the Under Armour Strikeskin Tour (opens in new tab) Golf Glove, which is priced at £20.
It sports a retro, classic look but also performs to a professional standard throughout the swing.
The UA Strikeskin Tour Golf Glove uses specially tanned Cabretta Leather and built-in closure tabs, which gives the perfect and customised fit for any ability golfer.
From the Under Armours latest technology lab the UA CoolSwitch Golf Glove (Priced at £20) has an exclusive coating that has never been seen before.
The technology works on the inside of the glove to pull heat away from the golfers skin so making their hand very cool even in the hottest climates to increase performance time.
The highest priced golf glove out of the three is the UA Strikeskin Camo Golf Glove priced at £25.
This uses the same technology as the Strikeskin Tour Golf Glove. The UA Strikeskin Camo is available in plenty of colours which features a specially tanned Camo Cabretta Leather.
To find out more about Under Armour’s full range of products, please visit www.underarmour.co.uk (opens in new tab).
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