You know what it’s like when you’re packing to go on a golf trip, you not only want to look good on the course but you also need a change of clothes for the evenings out and with the measly baggage allowance on offer by some airlines it’s tough getting the right balance.
Imagine my delight when I received the package of three shirts, one cardigan, a sleeveless cardigan and a pair of trousers through from Sub 70 apparel and found that they weighed about the same as a pair of Chinos from a well known high street chain.
If you think the quality must have been poor think again, the shirts use Sub 70 Climitac® moisture management 100% breathable fabric. The knitwear uses 100% double mercerised cotton and the Noah golf trousers used a Wool/Viscoe Blend fabric, so as you can see there is no compromise on the quality of their apparel.
As for the styles I had plenty of American golfers wanting to know where I got the trousers from and both the cardigan and sleeveless cardigan got a lot of thumbs up. I must admit for those who suffer a bit with lower back problems, I loved the sleeveless cardigan as on hot days I still kept this on over the polo shirts, which helped keep my back warm and loose.
I loved the styling of the clothing and the shirts coped with the heat of the Californian sun very well, as did the trousers and being lightweight you didn’t get that claustrophobic feeling and they obviously protected my legs from the sun.
Most of all I liked the idea that with Sub 70s range of clothing I could pack plenty of golf apparel which would not only look good out on the course but great in a bar/restaurant/club at night.
Where they looked even better was on the weighing machine at the airport and for any travelling golfer that is a massive bonus.
Sub 70 Golf Apparel www.subseventy.co.uk