In a week dominated by debate about Tyrrell Hatton’s hoodie, adidas Golf reveal their COLD.RDY winter golf clothing collection, including the BMW PGA champ’s much debated jumper of choice, to keep you warm on the course.
To ensure you’re ready for winter golf, adidas have introduced their new COLD.RDY clothing line.
Specifically built to provide golfers with the warmth they need to stay loose and focused so they can play well through the cold months, adidas’ new range focuses on layering and lightweight warmth.
The innovative materials have been designed to retain heat, but allow the body to breathe, protect golfers from the wind and, thanks to a water-repellent finish, keep players dry should it start to rain.
“How a player feels over a shot – that confidence and focus – shouldn’t change if it’s a hot summer day or there’s a sudden wind chill,” said Shaun Madigan, global director of apparel, for adidas Golf.
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“Knowing golfers rely on layers this time of year to keep their seasons going, we wanted to give them the maximum amount of warmth possible without adding weight so that they could get the most out of every swing. COLD.RDY is our best technology and material innovation that accomplishes this to date.”
While the collection is anchored by jackets and vests for both men and women, there are some more versatile options, including the COLD.RDY hoodie worn by Tyrrell Hatton at Wentworth.
The now infamous COLD.RDY Hoodie features a jersey-lined hood with a drawcord along with a slight droptail hem for a modern finish.
The women’s line includes a COLD.RDY long-sleeve crewneck that offers her a sleek and athletic silhouette, along with a COLD.RDY legging made with body-contoured seams and a ‘stay-put bonded waist’.
All of the products come with UV 50+ sun protection for those autumn and winter days when the sun is out, even if the warmth hasn’t joined it!
The new COLD.RDY collection is available here