Andrew Noyce
By Andrew Noyce

Ping brought its apparel back in house last year to focus on combining the latest high specification fabrics with a commitment to craftsmanship and quality.

Ping Autumn Winter 2016

This ethos continues with the launch of its latest Autumn/Winter performance apparel collection which again centres around the Ping Sensor Platform of Sensor Dry, Sensor Warm and Sensor Cool with clothing options designed to match the body's requirements and the demands of the game.

For Autumn/Winter 2016 the focus is on Dry and Warm with both ranges boasting new gear. Sensor Dry continues to incorporate the outdoor industry proven performance fabric Pertex Shield+ into its garments making lightweight, breathable stretch fabrics that are cut to move with the body with guaranteed waterproof protection.

Sensor Warm focuses on lightweight, low-bulk, zoned warmth in four-way stretch fabrics that give complete comfort and freedom of movement on the course.

Ping Frontier Waterproofs - Sensor Dry

The new Frontier waterproof suit has a jacket available as a full or half zip and accompanying waterproof bottoms. Constructed from a high performance three-layer stretch it offers superior waterproof protection that Ping guarantees for three years.

Ping Autumn Winter 2016

The fabric is highly breathable (15,000gm/24h) and highly waterproof fabric,withstanding 15,000mm of water before it permeates through the fabric.

In layman's terms, wind driven rain exerts approximately 1,400mm of pressure whilst hurricane force rain equates to around 7,000mm, so the latest addition to Sensor Dry will stand up to any conditions you will find yourself facing on the course.

Ping Latitude Jacket - Sensor Warm

The Latitude is engineered with a lightweight, insulated, ultrasonic quilted front panel that provides an excellent warmth to weight ratio.

Ping Autumn Winter 2016

The knitted, brushed back fleece body and sleeves provide insulation and ensure ultimate freedom of movement during the swing and a water resistant finishes adds to the garments versatility.

Ping Kendrick Jacket - Sensor Warm

Using merino wool, which is the go to material for a lot of sports performance wear, the Kendrick zip-through jacket combines thermal insulation and a water resistant finish. A woven overlay on the front provides additional protection from the wind without adding bulk.

Ping Autumn Winter 2016

Ping Verve Trousers - Sensor Warm

The Verve trousers are constructed using a Thermolite fabric whose hollow-core fibre technology provides an excellent warmth at a very light weight. The hollow-core fibres trap warm air for greater insulation at the same time as wicking moisture to keep the player dry and comfortable.

Ping Autumn Winter 2016

Ping Zero Gravity Ladies Hooded Jacket - Sensor Dry

Headlining the ladies apparel range is the Zero Gravity Hooded Jacket that Ping say is a breakthrough in waterproof technology for women’s apparel.

Ping Autumn Winter 2016

An ultra-lightweight, fully sealed waterproof jacket that has a concealed hood in the collar the Zero Gravity is made from Pertex Shield+ fabric that provides an impressive waterproof protection of 20,000 mm.

Soft, quiet and supple, the Zero Gravity ‘packs down small’ to fit in the golf bag, meaning golfers will be ready to beat even the heaviest of downpours.


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