A jacket to combat all but the worst of weathers and look good doing it, this will surely become a go-to garment for any golfer that makes the investment. It combines versatile looks with ample stretch and a water resistant finish.
Lots of stretch on offer
Slim, flattering fit
Overly neutral styling
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Callaway Primaloft Mixed Media Jacket Review
Callaway may have drawn lots of attention in 2022 thanks to the Rogue ST range of clubs and new Chrome Soft golf balls, but what shouldn’t get ignored is the apparel on offer from the brand, which regularly makes our top buyer’s guides and gets high star ratings in reviews. Just one example of this, and a worthy inclusion in our Editor’s Choice list, is the Callaway Primaloft Mixed Media Jacket.
Ultimately, one of the easiest, and most important things to get right these days is being comfortable on the golf course in relation to apparel. It is not difficult to make sure your clothing allows you to swing freely and stay comfortable on the course, especially when the weather is cold or windy. The Mixed Media Jacket does this with ease.
It is made with a nylon and spandex knit fabric which also has a water-resistant polyester finish. Additionally Callaway has implemented PrimaLoft quilting which is specially treated to create a core with similar physical and thermal properties to down meaning you will be well insulated against the cold.
A problem we occasionally see with jackets is hindrance of the golf swing across a variety of shots, but this is not the case here thanks to several design features. To start, Callaway’s Swing Tech technology is present here on the back panels, which have been ergonomically designed to stretch when needed throughout the golf swing. This jacket also has two-way full zip and zippered side pockets with snap-down closure to keep them out of the way as you move the club across the body.
Finally the subtlety of the design aesthetic really looks good just about anywhere, and it is available in Caviar or Peacoat colors, along with sizes ranging from small to 3XL.
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