Under protectionthe last ColdGear Golf kit apparel drop combines the best of the brand’s innovative winter technologies to keep you warm and dry without restricting any aspect of your swing.
The mercury has already taken a turn on the downside, but Under Armor is determined that the lower temperatures shouldn’t deter you from shooting lower scores.
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The new ColdGear features Under Armor’s exclusive ColdGear Infrared 2.0 technology, an upgrade to the printed pattern inside the garments that captures your body heat and sends it back to you when your body begins to cool down.
The CGI 2.0 print introduces break lines into what used to be a solid pattern, allowing for a more natural stretch and greater comfort without compromising protection from the elements.
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Insulation technology is present in a new base layer and it is also present in an update to the Daytona golf collection from Under Armor, which is intended to be worn as a mid layer. It comes in three options, a half-zip sweater, a vest and, unsurprisingly given their growing popularity, a full zip with hood.
The new winter hats, gloves and mittens also feature ColdGear Infrared 2.0 and UA Storm technology.
When conditions really deteriorate, the Cold Gear outer layer option features Under Armor’s exclusive thermoregulating Active Reactor insulation to provide the greatest warmth on colder days. This innovative outerwear also includes CGI 2.0 and UA Storm insulation technology.
The ColdGear Golf Kit pants are also made with ColdGear Infrared 2.0 on the inside and UA Storm on the outside, making it easy to remove dirt and water. They eliminate the need to wear traditional rain gear over regular pants, allowing more freedom of movement in your swing.
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The ColdGear Golf Kit is complemented by a full line of apparel and accessories featuring iconic Under Armor manufacturing and technology. These include the Storm SweaterFleece, which features a new Pile Fleece look, updated styles in the Playoff Polo franchise, and a full line of Match Play pants.