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Thursday, March 13, 2014

Galvin Green Introduces Ultralight Rain Gear

Galvin Green has introduced Aron, its latest ultralight men’s full zip jacket featuring GORE-TEX Paclite Technology.  Aron is totally waterproof and engineered using sophisticated techniques that ensure ideal freedom of movement. It's also guaranteed to keep you dry.

The company says features include:
GORE-TEX Stretch Fabric – Ergonomically applied to maximize playability and comfort, the stretch effect is used in different directions in distinct regions of the garment
Adjustable Chest Width – Tabs on each side of the back with touch-and-close fasteners
Angled Side Seams – Styled to avoid unnecessary fabric at the front that could impede the swing
Rain Channels – Wrist cuffs with an integrated rain channel that leads water away from the front of hands

“Aron is at its best when weight and space are critical yet you need to make certain to stay dry even in a driving rain,” says Martin Nilsson, President of Galvin Green USA. “Combine that with the exceptional release of excess body heat and moisture and you’ve got the perfect outer shell in our Multi-Layer Concept.”

Said to be extremely durable, hard wearing and long lasting, Aron (MSRP $460) is available in five colors, sizes S-3XL. It can be maintained via machine wash and tumble dry.

An approach pioneered by Galvin Green more than a decade ago, the Multi-Layer Concept uses leading-edge fabric technologies to ensure the dry comfort, thermal regulation and outer protection that helps players optimize performance. Details on this and other elements of the company’s “We Never Compromise” approach can be found at the new GalvinGreen.com.

Among many other books, Dave Donelson is the author of Weird Golf: 18 tales of fantastic, horrific, scientifically impossible, and morally reprehensible golf

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