Ping are leaning on their own heritage as inspiration for their new SS23 Apparel collection, with plenty of options for both men and women to make sure they look and play their best on the golf course.
The new men's range focuses on two different design capsules and is engineered with a focus on performance, comfort and style.
The Split Ball capsule draws inspiration from the classic two-tone golf ball design that was first introduced by Ping founder Karsten Solheim back in 1983.
The capsule is made up of a range of performance garments featuring colours, patterns and prints which pay tribute to the two-tone golf ball.
The second capsule features the iconic Mr. Ping logo, which was originally crafted in clay by John A. Solheim back in 1967. The new men's collection will use this symbol within a capsule of technical polos, shorts and other accessories.
The collection also introduces three new colour stories for the season - Fresh spring blues, greens, and a pastel purple.
Ping have broadened their trouser offering with three different models to offer more silhouettes and fabrics. The new Ping Tour Trouser is a tapered leg which is cut to fit loosely around the hips and thigh, and tapered to a slim fit from the knee down to the hem. The trouser uses Ping's four-way stretch knitted fabric to give golfers freedom of movement in a modern silhouette.
The Bradley provides a straight leg traditional fit, while the Alderley offers a slim leg alternative with a five-pocket design and Ping Eye logo on the back.
Ping's new SS23 apparel range seeks to confirm their commitment to supporting the women's game. The new range is the largest to date and puts outfit choice and versatility at the forefront.
There are four new print stories and products across a variety of colour and patterns, giving increased choice to women golfers and supporting the technology that goes into the development of these products.
The Split Ball Polka Dot story is a fun design which comes with a simple palette of black, white and Cool Lilac. The Laguna Beach collection sees textured prints with aqua tones and a contrasting hot Flamingo pink for a fresher look.
The Mono Flower print collection utilises a timeless flora print, updated with a stencil design, using mono tones and Lilac for a striking effect.
The final print - Op-Art - is designed to make a statement with psychedelic graphic lines and shapes.
New for this season is the Carla dress, which is engineered for comfort and freedom of movement out on the course. The dress has an open ribbed V-neck and mandarin style collar for a feminine feel, along with detachable undershorts, for a modest and graceful look.
The Vic trouser is cut to 7/8 length and features an elastic waistband detail at the back, finished with press creased fronts for a smart tailored silhouette.
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