Galvin Green Lawson bodywarmer review
Our Galvin Green Lawson bodywarmer review took place on the course at Bradley Park in Yorkshire
Galvin Green Lawson bodywarmer review – First impressions
This is another piece of kit which shows Galvin Green are far more than a waterproofs company.
We were introduced to the fantastic Interface-1 products last spring when we tested the Lance jacket out at Royal Portrush.
And this Lawson bodywarmer shares some of that fantastic technology.
But the Lawson is very much aimed at adding more warmth which you feel as soon as you put it on.
It has a couple of front pockets too to keep your hands warm on those frosty mornings.
And again this doesn’t look like a golf garment to you can get plenty of use out of it away from the course.
Galvin Green Lawson bodywarmer review – The technology
The 2.5 layer Interface-1 fabric is totally windproof, water repellent and highly breathable.
It combines a tight-knit Polyester outer layer with a polyurethane membrane and a soft comfortable inside.
Galvin say their Interface-1 products provide exceptional versatility as a high-performance link between the mid-layer and outer layer.
If you’re selecting one golf jacket, then the many dimensions built into the Interface-1 tech make it the obvious choice.
Galvin Green Lawson bodywarmer review – The results
The beauty of a jacket like the Lawson bodywarmer is it keeps your upper body warm but still keeps your arms free.
I found wearing this jacket and the Diego pullover to be a fantastic combination.
With a great piece of kit like the Diego on underneath you don’t have to worry about your arms being cold or having any restrictions on movement.
The Lawson looks stylish and fashionable too so you’ll get plenty of wear out of it away from the golf course.
Galvin Green Lawson bodywarmer review – NCG verdict
I had never been a massive fan of bodywarmers or gilets until I tested out the Lawson.
The fabric feels soft, light and ultra premium.
But it’s just the way it makes you feel cosy while still being able to swing a golf club properly which is really impressive.
And between shots, those front pockets will keep your hands nice and toasty.
More information can be found on the Galvin Green website.