Andrew Noyce
By Andrew Noyce

FootJoy have long lived by the mantra of "Making Every Day Playable" and as another golf season heads into the more challenging months weather-wise their Autumn/Winter 2014 Performance Apparel Collection is geared to performance protection.

FJ Hybrid

An addition to the FootJoy range in the 2014 Autumn/Winter collection are the FJ Hybrid modern jackets and vests. Designed with warmth in mind they feature strategically placed insulated panels within a durable woven outer shell.

With the same four-way stretch technology that is found in the DryJoys Tour XP and the FJ Hydrolite jackets, the FJ Hybrid has a DWR finish capable of shedding light rain so players can swing comfortably in cold and damp conditions.

The FJ Hybrid Jacket has an RRP of £105 with the FJ Hybyrid Vest yours for £90.

FootJoy FJ Hydrolite Waterproof

DryJoys Tour XP

Tough conditions demand tough players and tough gear. For those golfers willing to play whatever the weather the DryJoys Tour XP had been designed to help you play your best.

Mobility for the golf swing is aided by the three layer construction and the innovative FJ four-way stretch shell whilst protection is ensured by the Xtreme DWR finish that provides a 20,000 mm waterproof barrier.

This means the fabric can stand a pressure of 20,000 millimetres of water before permeates through the fabric. To give this context wind driven rain exerts approximately 1,400 mm of pressure whilst hurricane force rain equates to around 7,000mm so you can be sure the DryJoys Tour XP will keep you dry.

The Xtreme DWR finish is combined with waterproof seam-sealed zippers to ensure rain is also kept out from any vulnerable areas.

A breathable outer shell combined with a brushed line interior will keep you comfortable as you play and the 2014 range has introduced a range of colour combinations designed to reflect fashion trends.

The DryJoys Tour XP jacket has an RRP of £200 and the trousers an RRP of £160.

FootJoy DryJoys Tour XP Waterproof

FJ Hydrolite

As the name suggests, the FJ Hydrolite range has been developed to offer a lightweight performance garment that still packs the punch in weather protection.

A 2.5 layer bonded fabric construction coupled with FJ's four-way stretch technology is protected with a DWR finish guaranteed to keep the golfer dry and comfortable on the course.

The FJ Hydrolite half-zip rain shirt has an RRP of £130 and the Hydrolite rain trouser has an RRP of £90.

FootJoy FJ Hydrolite Waterproof

FJ Tour Compression Sock

FootJoy's apparel division haven't just been thinking about what keeps you warm and performing at your best in the traditional outerwear markets. With the release of the FJ Tour compression golf sock they've shown that attention to a player's feet does not end with the golf shoe.

With the foot instrumental in the golf swing to give stability and mobility this innovative sock, worn by both Adam Scott and Lee Westwood, provides a targeted compression fit that is designed to support the leg, ankle and foot.

The compression element of the sock is placed in key areas offering additional arch support, helping to circulate blood through the foot to reduce foot swelling and fatigue during the round.

With a mesh construction that aids breathability, increasing ventilation and air circulation, the FJ Compression Sock gives serious players an extra option to keep them comfortable and help them perform.

The FJ Tour Compression is available in Hi-Crew and Sport Models with RRP's of £13 and £12 respectively.

FootJoy FJ Hydrolite Waterproof


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