SUNICE ANNOUNCES 2016 GOLF APPAREL LINE

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The spring of 2016 golf apparel line for Sunice has been released. For this coming year the line has been divided into five categories, Rain, Wind, Thermal, Layers and Sportswear.

“it is always our goal at Sunice to make garments that function flawlessly on the golf course and deliver in style. 2016 is no different. We are very proud of our 2016 line up,” said Conrad Tappert, President of Sunice. “It covers all possible golf weather conditions, from cold and wet, to dry and hot.”

The Sunice Rain category is once again available in three different technologies and in three price ranges: GORE-TEX, FlexVent and Zephal. All styles have been updated with new color combinations.

Sunice Carleton

Sunice Carleton Rain Category see Sunice.com

The GORETEX is considered the top of line fabric and offers incredible performance in even the toughest conditions.

The Wind Collection will still be available in two different technologies. Shield 3L and X20. Shield 3L offers a soft knit on the outside, and a water repellent laminate and mesh finish inside.

A new lightweight Wind Collection features the X20 fabric, made from a fine densely woven denier yarn to give optimum wind protection but also breathability.

Sunice Franz jacket

The Sunice Franz Jacket of the Thermal Collection, see more at Sunice.com. In the Thermal Collection the Franz Jacket

“In the Thermal Collection our Franz Jacket and Ingo vest have been updated and now features 3M Thinsulate. This new synthetic insulation stays warm even when it’s wet so it was an easy decision,” said Anita Sanches, Director of Product Creation.

The bestselling Sunice Allendale pullover has four new colors: Scarlet Flame, Toxic, Charcoal and Aquarius. The Allendale Pullover continues to be a top seller because it has a great look and delivers ultimate comfort.

The 2016 men’s Sportswear category features styles with Silver X-Static and XT2 technology. New styles of Sportswear include the Eastwood and Wyman polo’s. The Women’s 2016 Spring collection, features the same five categories and their respective technologies.

Sanches says, “that new vibrant colors are dominant this year and we are loving it. Our design team had a lot of fun working with these colors. The Elan waterproof jacket includes a Plumberry and Precious Purple combination.”

Sunice is a leading designer in outerwear and apparel for golf and snow activities. Sunice is a leading name in the world of professional golfers and skiers.

Sunice was selected by the International Team of the 2015 Presidents Cup to be it’s outerwear supplier. Team Captain Nick Price took a team vote to pick the outerwear and Sunice came away the winner. The 2015 Darrell Survey the leading independent arbitrator of equipment and apparel on the PGA Tour, found Sunice to be the leading outerwear brand used by PGA Tour members.

17 year-old Brooke Henderson won the LPGA Cambia Portland Classic this past August wearing Sunice apparel.

For more information on Sunice apparel and outerwear, visit Sunice.com.

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