Clothing & Footwear
When you peek out the window or check the forecast in the morning and see it looks like a chilly day, you might throw on a sweater. If it looks like rain is coming, you might top it off with a jacket. But have you ever thought about your ‘comfort combination’?
Since they’re the expert, it’s not surprising that Glenmuir has thought about you getting the right layers. But what does that actually mean? How does it work? We’re going to find out…
Glenmuir Paloma Polo Shirt
Obviously, on a sunny summer’s day, you want things like UV protection and breathable material (check and check!) in your polo, but that’s a bit different if it’s going under a mid-layer. The active smart fibre is key in the Paloma polo as it adjusts to climate changes to stop you feeling hot and sweaty underneath those warm outer-layers.
Glenmuir Nika Mid-Layer
This layer is all about warmth, even using a touch of cashmere in the Nika mid-layer to keep you warm for longer by retaining body heat (with the added bonus of premium comfort, of course!). Combining this with the breathable polo beneath lets you stay warm but never stuffy.
Glenmuir Samara Jacket
If the skies are looking particularly gloomy when you leave for the course, you want to be protected. Storm Bloc technology does a brilliant job of repelling wind & rain, with the added bonus of soft-feeling fabric. If you’re in the market for a new golf jacket, there’s simply no reason to look beyond Glenmuir’s Samara design.
That gives you three layers to cover you on a cold and rainy day from course to clubhouse and even out & about in your daily life. Nobody gives you that level of premium performance through the entire wardrobe quite like Glenmuir.