Sunice Golf Shirt’s Silver Technology is Best in the West for Arizona Golf Weather
From the Arizona Golf Authority Golf News Desk
Want to play golf in a comfortable and stylish golf shirt whether the temperature is 58 or 108?
Just slip into a Sunice Silver Polo, from their 2012 Collection, and you’ll experience the best performing “technical-fabric” golf shirt you’ve ever worn.
And while you’re at it, congratulate Ted Potter, Jr. on his first PGA Tour victory.
Ted charged to victory at the 2012 Greenbrier Classic sporting Sunice Silver golf apparel and a final round 64, thanks to his strong birde-par-eagle-birdie finish.
Ted secured his first victory, in a playoff against Troy Kelly, with a birdie at the third playoff hole on the Old White TPC Course at the Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.
Why is the shirt so comfortable? Silver and simple science.
You see, Sunice has permanently bonded a layer of pure silver to the surface of each textile fabric of the shirt. And one inherent property of the element silver is that it’s the single most thermally conductive element on earth.
That means when it’s hot, the fabric carries your body heat away from you and delivers it to the atmosphere. And conversely, ambient heat in the atmosphere will be delivered to you when it’s chilly outside, especially when you layer up with Sunice’s selection of attractive outerwear garments.
Sunice calls this technology X-static Fabric® and it also accelerates evaporation, so moisture is transported away from you as well. And because the silver fibers won’t give bacteria and microbes a place to grow, odor can’t get a foothold here.
Science and technology have revolutionized every facet of the golf industry, from clubs and balls to GPS yardages and turf agronomy.
Ask any Champions Tour player why he’s driving it farther today than he did in his prime years and he’ll tell you, “Science and technology work.”
We concur, and the Sunice Silver X-static Fabric® Golf apparel line is more proof.
Sunice, the Canadian based industry leader in sport-specific technical fabrics, was founded in 1976 in Calgary, Alberta and quickly emerged as the dynamic skiwear “must have” brand.
The company grabbed the national spotlight when they outfitted Canada’s first Mount Everest summit team, and took the international center stage when named an Official Supplier to the 1988 Winter Olympics held in Calgary.
When the golf industry turned to “sport-specific” fabrics, Sunice introduced their first golf product lines in 1992.
Sunice is now the Official Supplier of outerwear for the 2011 and 2013 U.S.A. Solheim Cup Teams. Sunice is owned and operated by Montreal based Fletcher Leisure Group, Inc.
Click Sunice.com to view their full golf and ski product lines.
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