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PING Introduces Sensor Cool polo-shirts

May 22, 2014

PING today introduces a family of polo-shirt designs incorporating new Sensor Cool technology.

Engineered to be worn next to the skin, PING's Sensor Cool technology holds moisture movement which draws excess perspiration from the skin. This will keep the golfer dry for the duration of a round and beyond, guaranteeing exceptional comfort levels in all conditions. Each Sensor Cool garment is crease resistant and formed from stretch fabrics designed to complement the athletic movements made during a golf swing.

"Our Sensor platform is a real forward step in fabric technology. For spring/summer, we've incorporated the Sensor Cool variation into four forward-thinking polo aesthetics, offering a multiplicity of golfers cutting edge performance that'll enhance their experience in all conditions," said Mike Forsey, PING's Global Merchandise & Strategic Planning Director.

The four designs; Beacon, Reef, Wylie and Rockaway, offer serious golfers genuine performance in Tour inspired colour ways, as worn on the global circuit by PING staff players Louis Oosthuizen and Brandon Stone.

PING's Sensor (Warm/Dry/Cool) platform is an innovative technological system designed to ensure that every garment worn is specifically engineered to respond to the body's requirements and the demands of the game, whatever the conditions.

Product Information and Specifications
Beacon

Colours: Ash, Black, Navy, White

Sizes: S-XXXL

RRP: £41.99

Reef

Colours: Black/Watermelon, White Multi

Sizes: S-XXXL

RRP: £49.99

Wylie

Colours: White/Watermelon, White/Green, Black/Green

Sizes: S-XXXL

RRP: £41.99

Rockaway

Colours: White/Plum, Black/Watermelon, Black/Green

Sizes: S-XXXL
RRP: £54.99

 




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