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Sunice Spring/Summer 2015 Collection

30th April, 2015

The Spring/Summer 2015 collection launch for Sunice Golf has never been so strong. The collection is focused on providing the golf market the best performance outerwear, keeping the company's promise to provide a balance of style that compliments the technical features of the garments. Sunice 2015 is all about addressing the needs of the golfer by designing and developing garments that allow them to perform better whatever the weather.



"We did not just stop at function in our design - in colour there is no other in golf that can compete," said Jon Camp Managing Director of Sunice Europe. "Bold brights are mixed with classic core colours to bring a new vibrant palette to the game. The true essence of the collection this year is bringing unlikely colour pairings together in harmony and unison to create a colour palette that is both striking in its appearance yet commercial enough to be worn by the most discerning of golfers."

In the ladies collections the colours embrace femininity yet have undertones of bolder more unexpected twists of colours. The palette is vibrant and rich. Jewelled tones reflecting City skylines, flamboyant neon pinks complimented with classic whites and grounded to charcoal for a dynamic palette.

The men's collections also kept a similar approach to colour. The economy of recent years has influenced colour palettes to be muted and sombre black, tans and greys. Sunice is now leading a resurgence of colour, reflecting a newness and opportunity. Instead of the traditional manner of taking black and charcoals and popping them with colour - the company took the colour and popped them with the basics.

Neon greens, vibrant blues and rich yellows trimmed with colour staples of pure white, grey and blacks reinvents modern golf by adding fashion to the science of the game. Classic prints and patterns have been deconstructed to add the unexpected - giving it a Sunice feel.



Sunice continues to design and develop six different categories in the Spring 2015 with an expansion to the sport collection adding down vests and jackets with stretch panels. There is a need for the player to have the warmth of down but required the stretch and protection of a 3L stretch insert to allow for full range of motion.

Each outerwear category - Hurricane, Tornado, Typhoon, Pro Sport and Sport - provides different levels of protection from an array of weather conditions. Sunice continues to expand its highly technical apparel line, Sunice Silver, using only X-Static and XT2 fabrics in its polo collection. The success of Sunice's golf platform derives from its capability to offer innovation through research and development and diversification providing the ultimate Freedom to play, no matter the weather.

Hurricane Collection

Featuring GORE-TEX® and GORE-TEX® enhanced with Paclite® technology, and backed by the GORE-TEX® "Guaranteed to keep you dry™" promise, the Hurricane Collection is the Sunice Gore category.

The Ultimate Jacket is back in its seventh adaptation (V7), with a complete re-design and the reintroduction of the ever popular Albany jacket. The Sunice science is evident in these jackets with the added features, including the X-Static® stretch lining, Pro-Trim™ waist cinching system, in-pocket ball cleaner, and stretch insert back panel. The Sunice DNA is represented in detailing such as laser cut designs on the sleeves and body, laser cut and welded pocket frames, and the Sunice patented V collar design.

Tornado Collection

The standout category for 2015 is the Tornado collection featuring our exclusive FlexVent™ fabric - breathable, extremely lightweight and ultra-quiet stretch knit jackets backed by a four-year waterproof guarantee.

These features are all a call out to Sunice’s commitment to performance outerwear allowing the golfer to focus on their game rather than the weather - with its uniquely soft hand feel and super quiet stretch laminate and competitive pricing FlexVent has the potential to be the future of waterproofs.

Typhoon Collection

The Typhoon category - now a full-stretch, waterproof category with a three-year waterproof guarantee - encompasses all that a well-designed, lightweight rain suit should be. Zephal™ is a quieter-performance lightweight fabric that now has the added benefit of full stretch.

The silhouette design of jackets in this collection is now more streamlined and benefits from less cut and sew and more laser cutting. This category still has all the game enhancing features that Sunice is famous for such as laser cut welding detail, ergonomically designed laser cut welded pocket frames and the Sunice patented V collar design.

To keep in tune with this commitment to a bolder and edgier collection Sunice has introduced bright, fun patterns that deliver a perfect blend of fashion and sport.

Visit www.sunice.com/uk/golf for more info and the full range!





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