26 May Adidas Golf Clothing 2016 | Collection One | Drive the Green
Whether it’s seasoned Tour Pros like Sergio Garcia, or amateurs just starting out – Adidas golf clothing covers all bases. Need something stylish that performs?
Decades of experience in outfitting athletes means that the German giants know how to deliver comfort, which they blend with dynamic colour schemes and designs. The 2016 collection of Adidas golf clothing keeps up their usual standards and has plenty to offer every level of golfer.
If you have any gaps in your apparel collection, and you are preparing for the new season, have a look at their 2016 offerings, here at the Function18.
“Drive the Green” With the Adidas One Collection
This year’s first selection of three Adidas golf clothing range centres on a colour story around EQT green and EQT blue. The collection includes a broad array of attractive shirts and trousers, in trademark performance fabrics, in a bold colour scheme that suits golfers to a tee. Check out EQT green polos with camo patterns, big logos, aero knit designs and engineered stripes, and you will surely find a top that suits your style.
The 2016 Spring collection from Adidas golf clothing also includes plenty of technical mid layers. Garments like the ClimaWarm Hybrid Jacket which will combat the cold through Feb and March, or the striking design of the ClimaCool Coloublock Zip pullover which will be perfect to wear through the cooler Summer evenings. For more flexibility, there is also the ClimaCool Competition Vest – a lightweight sleeveless pullover that ensures mobility and body core warmth.
It all adds up to a collection of apparel that works brilliantly in changeable weather. With a few pullovers and polos from this year’s Adidas golf clothing collection, amateurs can be ready for spring, summer and autumn golf.
Tee Up Like Sergio and Dustin with Adidas Golf Clothing
Adidas go out of their way to make sure that their outfits are streamlined, eye-catching and stylish enough to interest the World’s top golfers. That’s why Sergio showcased the firm’s 2016 range during the recent Desert Swing, showing off the wide variety of colours and styles available.
You can kit yourself out just like the fiery Spaniard by assembling a full outfit of Adidas golf clothing, from Adi 3 stripe trousers, to a ClimaCool polo and baseball cap. And Sergio isn’t the only leading pro embracing the 2016 range. You’ll see Dustin Johnson and Jason Day sporting the company’s latest designs as well, when the season really gets going in earnest.
Having the right clothing will not add fifty yards onto your driving average, but it will add confidence when you hit the first tee. Modern golf is as much about fashion as big hitting, so cover that side of your game with the 2016 range of Adidas golf clothing, in stock now at Function18.