Andrew Noyce
By Andrew Noyce

Canadian's know about the weather. In a country stretching over 4000 miles east to west, with the world's longest coastline and extreme changes in temperature, they get their fair share of it.

It's therefore no surprise Canadian company Sunice has the know how when it comes to the worst mother nature can throw at you.

Sunice 2015 Outerwear

Just the names of the different categories in their 2015 Golf Outerwear collection show you how seriously they take the business of stopping the elements messing with your golf: Hurricane, Tornado and Typhoon.

Aimed at bringing a combination of style and technical excellence to golf performance outerwear there is something for every individual taste, with a big focus on look and colours to back up their technical expertise.

Jon Camp, Managing Director of Sunice Europe, explains:

We did not just stop at function in our design - in colour there is no other in golf that can compete. Bold brights are mixed with classic core colours to bring a new vibrant palette to the game.

The true essence of the collection this year is bringing unlikely colour pairings together in harmony and unison to create a colour palette that is both striking in its appearance yet commercial enough to be worn by the most discerning of golfers.

Sunice Hurricane Collection

The Hurricane collection sees the seventh adaptation of the popular Albany jacket, utilising the full force of Gore-Tex technology to provide a "Guaranteed to keep you dry" promise.

Sunice 2015 Hurrincane Outerwear

Designed specifically to allow you to play your best golf it includes and X-Static stretch lining, the Pro-Trim waist tightening system as well as some handy features like an in-pocket ball cleaner.

Built with the attention to detail and quality you would expect, the garments in the Hurricane collection feature laser cut designs on the sleeves and body, laser cut and welded pockets as well as Sunice's patented collar design.

Sunice Tornado Collection

The Tornado collection sits in the middle of Sunice's protection offering using their exclusive FlexVent fabric to create breathable, extremely lightweight and ultra-quiet stretch knit jackets backed by a four-year waterproof guarantee. Sunice 2015 Tornado Outerwear

The FlexVent gives the jackets a soft feel to the hand and being an extremely quiet stretch laminate that can be produced at a competitive price point it should prove to be a popular option.

Sunice Typhoon Collection

Of course you don't get typhoon's in Canada, but we'll let Sunice get away with this one as the weather involved, steamy rain and wind, is precisely when you need a fully waterproof yet lightweight rain suite.

Sunice 2015 Typhoon Outerwear

The fabric Sunice use in the Typhoon range is called Zephal and it is a quieter performance lightweight fabric giving the benefit of full stretch in all directions.

The jackets in the Typhoon collection are streamlined and have been constructed using less cut and sew methods and increased laser cut welding.


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