The Sunice Typhoon Waterproof jacket holds a hidden treasure
The thing I love about Sunice gear is the attention to detail. Sunice, a Canadian company that has been creating all-weather golf and ski apparel since 1976, just gets it better than most manufacturers.
Of course, all the major parts of my Sunice Typhoon Waterproof jacket are great (pictured above is the Typhoon Zephal Waterproof jacket). The colors are cool on mine, a black and gray look with red mixed in. It kept me warm during a recent fall trip to play golf in Myrtle Beach. I used it during the cool mornings then peeled it off as the sun came up. It is both breathable and windproof.
Thankfully, I didn’t have to test its three-year waterproof warranty and its WxTech waterproof finish in South Carolina. Considering how often I travel in the golf shoulder seasons, I’m sure it will be in the line of fire soon enough. I like the adjustable cuff tabs on the sleeves near the wrist, so I can lock out rain if necessary.
The thing I love best, though, is the tiny fabric inside the pocket. This little treasure functions as a miniature towel. It was made to clean off your golf ball on the green, but I used it wipe my hands and clean off my sunglasses, too.
I can see this versatile jacket staying in my playing rotation for seasons to come. The jacket also comes in short sleeves as a waterproof pullover (see picture below). For more visit Sunice.com.
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