Galvin Green has announced the launch of their latest premium collection, the G-Force capsule. This line features sleek and modern patterns that draw inspiration from the waves that golfers often see when playing close to the ocean on links courses.
The Swedish brand has expanded its popular Cool Collection, which was launched six months ago. The latest line of clothing includes two new additions, the Luciano Interface-1 jacket and the Dillon Insula sweater. The collection is further enhanced by the Mathis and Matteo Ventil 8 Plus shirt designs, along with the Scorpio cap.
“I really wanted to push the boundaries with this trendy range and produce something totally different to our core collections. There’s a clear emphasis on placing the jagged Galvin Green logo at the centre of almost every garment while ensuring it marries up perfectly and almost melts into the wavy striped patterns. Navy is such a popular colour with our customers, so we made sure it was complimented with lighter shades to deliver a superb all-round look.”
Designer Batur Raza Muhammad
The Luciano jacket is said to be designed to be both windproof and water-resistant and is available in navy and white colour schemes. It's crafted with Interface -1 stretch fabric, which aims to provide comfort and flexibility. Additionally, the jacket features a drawstring at the hem and elasticated cuffs said to ensure freedom of movement during your swing. The jacket also has two convenient front pockets, so you can stash your essentials while you're out on the course.
The crew-neck Dillon sweater is aimed for those cooler days on the course, aimed to deliver warmth and a soft, stretchy feel to offer comfort and breathability. Made using Insula fabric crafted from recycled fabric, the sweater features the brand's logo surrounded by stripes in a pattern that is similar to crashing waves.
The Mathis shirt is crafted in Ventil 8 Plus fabric, including a bold logo at the centre of the apparel, compared to the Matteo shirt, which sees the ‘G’ logo across the front and back of the garment. Both shirts are available in navy and white, indigo bunting and navy, cool grey and white and navy colourways.
Both shirts in the collection are said to provide moisture-transportation properties and breathability to keep the body dry while offering UV 20+ protection in warmer temperatures. The shirts are aimed to be designed to be easily maintained and are said to dry quickly and without the need to iron.
The final part of Galvin Green's G-Force capsule collection is their Scorpio baseball cap, which features an adjustable width and is designed with Ventil 8 Plus fabric that is said to dry quickly for comfort. The cap comes in navy and white colourways.
If you enjoyed this, you may also like:
Galvin Green Unveils Garments For Unpredictable Weather
Ping Sensordry 2.5 Graphene Jacket