Layer up with the Sunice Superlite Pullover
I didn’t just test the new Sunice Superlite Pullover.
I trashed it as best I could - playing golf in a monsoon at Ballyliffin, hurricane force winds at RosaPenna and ferocious 5-minute squalls at Portsalon. I survived all these raging storms during a three-day span on a recent trip to the northern coast of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Only the Irish weather can be so cruel. Just check out my earlier post if you don’t believe me.
Thankfully, the pullover held its own through it all. It’s still alive and well in my closet, ready to become a regular part of my golf trip rotation.
The people at Sunice understand wicked weather. They’re based in Canada and originated as a ski apparel company. I profiled the company last year – visit this blog - as it began selling more products in America.
Part of the new Sunice Layers Collection, the Olie Superlite Pullover delivers warmth and security in even the harshest conditions without feeling like a straight jacket. The super lightweight Olie acts as a blanket, barricading out cold and damp air of early mornings or late afternoons. Its turtle-neck collar keeps body heat in or can zip down to release it. The material is a polyester and spandex blend that stretches to accommodate the worst of golf swings (believe me, I know).
It almost looks like a wet suit for golfers because its style is so simplistic. I especially love the unique look of having a pocket with reflective zipper tape so high on the chest. The solid colors are highlighted by stitching across the shoulders, arms and torso that make even the frumpiest-looking guys look more athletic. It comes in black and midnight with shadow stitching, pure white with royal blue and a cool charcoal with lime accents, all retailing for around $100. The women’s version, the Jada Women’s Superlite Pullover, has similar features and retails for $90.
As fall descends upon us, it’s the ideal time to layer up by visiting sunice.com for all sorts of fashionable, yet functional pullovers, vests and jackets.
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