Adidas’ Travel Capsule
Adidas Golf has announced the release of the new men’s travel capsule apparel collection.
The new collection promises to combine style and versatility with elements of travel and performance.
The men’s travel capsule is comprised of tees, polos, a lightweight wind jacket, climawarm layering pieces, shorts, pants and a matching heathered travel bag
Comprised of seven distinct pieces, the collection features an understated color palette of mid grey, vista grey and black, while also including key pieces in intense teal.
Engineered with lightweight, performance fabrics, each piece within the collection offers the versatility to be worn both on and off the course with no sacrifice in style or comfort.
“The genesis of the travel capsule was to build products that golfers wear before, during and after their rounds,” said Davide Mattucci, Global Director of Apparel Marketing.
“Our Tour professionals are continually on the road mixing in workouts, range time, air travel and more, and that was our inspiration for building a collection that could really do it all – both on and off the course.”
Visit adidasgolf.com to view the entire collection.
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