Ping brought its apparel back in house last year to focus on combining the latest high specification fabrics with a commitment to craftsmanship and quality.
This continues with the 2016 Spring/Summer range incorporating the performance driven Coolmax fabric added to the Sensor Cool category.
Andy Solheim, Executive Vice President, explains:
At Ping we continually strive to engineer every single product to deliver maximum performance in all conditions. We are particularly excited about the introduction of Coolmax fabric technology into the 2016 apparel range and believe it has enabled us to take garment engineering to the next level, while maintaining exceptional quality and refined visual appearance.
Coolmax is a dual function fabric assisting the body's natural thermoregulation using Channel and Hollow Fibre technology. The fibres with a channelled surface move heat and moisture away from the body in warm and dry conditions whilst the fibres with a hollow core give insulation on cooler days.
The polo shirts using Coolmax include the Atlas Heather and Radar Striped, which have a tailored fit and attention to detail such as the hidden, button down collars. They also contain some Lycra fibres that give an excellent bi-directional stretch for freedom during the swing and help the shirts shape retention and comfort.
Also in the range are the Midas Half Zip and Sierra sweaters that combine Coolmax with natural Merino wool to create a high performance technical garment. The fibre technology works with the natural breathable and odour performance of Merino in a classic knitwear design.
The 2016 apparel collection is now available to purchase in store and at www.pingcollection.co.uk.