Gear up for fall with Cutter & Buck's Warm Yarn Technology
It’s been above 90 degrees for what seems like forever here in Michigan.
But don’t let this hot, dry summer fool you. A cool fall is creeping up fast. My son has already started football practice and school is less than a month away from starting again. Today’s 70-degree day was another reminder.
I will miss playing golf in shorts and short sleeves, but my golf wardrobe is stocked and ready for the change in the weather thanks to Cutter & Buck, the innovative Seattle-based apparel company.
Late last year it announced the debut of its new Warm Yard Technology for its Fall 2012 Men’s CB Collection, which is incorporated into the CB DryTec Fairview Polo, the Hudson Bay Mock and the Birch Bay Fleece.
Here’s how the technology works: A lightweight double-faced fabric with hollow core fibers recycles body heat to create an added layer of insulation. The outer layer moves moisture away from the skin. These fabrics are lightweight and flexible, two musts for performance clothing.
True to Cutter & Buck, their high-yarn construction and traditional styles are also high priorities. My Hudson Bay Mock is red with black stripes, featuring a half-zip neck. Although less exciting color-wise, my favorite piece is the gray Birch Bay fleece. It’s so soft and breathable. It’s also got the half-zip neck.
I don’t look forward to the chill of an early morning tee time, but at least these will help keep me looking cool and feeling warm. For more, visit cutterbuck.com.
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