Keep your rain gear handy - Sunice product review

If you have been on the golf course in Florida over the last few weeks you have experienced some dramatic weather changes.

One day it's warm and sunny — the next day you think the roof will blow off the clubhouse due to the nasty squall lines and cold fronts sweeping through the region.

Weather has been rough not only here but across the country. That's why it's always good to have an umbrella in your bag and some dependable rain and wind gear.

One of the most dependable names in the rain and wind gear business is Sunice® and their 2011 line of golfer rain and wind gear embodies the perfect fusion of science and fashion-forward style.

redjacket.jpgThe new Pro Sport and Sport Layers Collections feature high-end performance Windstopper®, and basic, lightweight, fashion-driven layering pieces blending science and style in soft shells, sweaters, lightweight layering, thermal layering and wind gear.

It is important in the Florida humidity to have a fabric that is lightweight and will breathe. Sunice's® most breathable, 100 percent windproof, water-repellent WindStopper® styles include the new men's Burnham Soft Shell and high-performance Limmen Active Lightweight Shell designs in sporty colors such as Royal Blue and White, and a bright white with gray and red.

The moisture-wicking Otaki SuperLite FX Pullover-with an invisible chest-pocket zipper-can be added as an extra layer without extra bulk or weight.

The Ladies’ Alexandra collection offers the same high performance technology along with a color palette of luxurious lapis blue, crisp white and black; while the Anniedale collection sports a classic argyle pattern in the same bold colors but also offers soft pink variations in Rose Dust and Dolce.

An Asian-inspired Kimono Print for women and geometric plaids offer Sunice’s® usual variety and style. bluejacket.jpg

The ultra lightweight construction and extreme water repellency of Sunice products makes it a must have in every Florida golfer's wardrobe.

An added bonus is that the jacket looks good even after being stored in your golf bag, but you probably won't store it because  you will want to wear it both on and off the course.

Since the Old Farmer's Almanac is predicting more rain and wind, I'd suggest you visit your local golf store or get more information on staying dry and happy at http://www.sunice.com>

 

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