PowaKaddy introduces its new and improved range of winter accessories, the brand-new electronically heated ThermaMitts and PowaKaddy’s Winter Wheels, aimed at fulfilling the needs of any golfer during those chilly winter rounds.
With the winter golfer in mind, the newest addition to PowaKaddy’s winter accessories range are the electronically heated ThermaMitts.
Heated by microwire technology, heat is evenly spread throughout the mitts to distribute warmth onto the hands and offer the ideal combination of comfort and warmth, they also include a control button that allows you to have control over three different heating levels. The new ThermaMitts come as a retail price of £79.99.
"Our winter accessories range has been carefully crafted to suit the needs of the golfer who continues to play throughout the year,” commented. This latest collection covers all bases, as it is of the utmost importance to us that we enable our trolley users to get out on the course all year round."
David Catford, PowaKaddy CEO
PowaKaddy’s Winter Mitts have been designed to keep your hands warm and snug in this winter season. The Winter Mitts have been designed for easy left-and-right-handed use, and attach quickly and easily onto your trolley handle.
The Winter Mitts cost £19.99 RRP.
Developed in association with greenkeepers, course managers, and BIGGA, Winter Wheels are a classic in PowaKaddy's selection of winter accessories. Golfers can continue playing year-round thanks to the patented design without damaging the golf course.
The Winter Wheels RRP have an RRP of £79.95
The final product in their newest winter accessory range is the PowaKaddy Rain Cover. This waterproof bag cover has been designed to keep your golf bag and equipment dry, featuring an external storage pocket allowing you to enjoy the game no matter the weather. If you’re already an owner of PowaKaddy FX, CT, FW and C2 trollies, these accessories are compatible.
The Rain Cover comes at a cost of £39.99 RRP.
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