Mizuno is most famously associated with its high quality MP range of forged irons, wedges and metal woods.
These are played by European Tour star Chris Wood who also takes to the fairways in Mizuno apparel and you'll see him this summer in the 2016 collection that incorporates striking blues, greens and pinks.
All the polo shirts are based around Mizuno's Drylite technology that helps wick moisture away from the body to keep you comfortable and dry as you play in warmer temperatures.
The eight shirts come in either polyester or mercerised cotton fabrics and are complemented by trousers and shorts that are available in either plain colours or a fine check design.
The ultra-soft polyester shirts include the Origami Polo with contrasting colour panels on the sleeves and back, the X-Tint Argyle Polo that has the eponymous design across the chest and a classic Plain Polo that is available in White, Pearl Blue, Magenta Haze and Methyl Blue.
A 100% double-mercerised cotton is used for the the Piquet Stripe Polo which features a single contrasting stripe across the chest and a button-down colour. This shirt is available in Total Eclipse, White and Magenta Haze colourways.
Mizuno's thermal mid layer uses Warmalite technology that captures heat to enhance the garment's thermal insulation properties by while still allowing the body to breathe. This is put to use in the 1/4 Zip Top which is a polyester flat-knit garment featuring contrast sleeves and a subtle origami print on the back of the neck. It is available in White/Total Eclipse, Pearl Blue/Castlerock, Methyl Blue/Castlerock, Classic Green/Total Eclipse and Magenta Haze/Total Eclipse colour schemes.
The outer layer options in the 2016 collection are a windproof vest and a windproof jacket that incorporate Mizuno's Windlite technology that brings wind and weather protection in a featherweight design. Both garments are available in Black/Charcoal Melange, Royal/Black. Classic green/Charcoal Melange and Pearl Blue/Black.