Galvin Green were the official outerwear suppliers for Team Europe at the 2018 Ryder Cup.
Both jackets feature two front pockets and adjustors on the chest and collar to help with the fit and keep out the rain.
There’s also the Up Wind Interface-1 jacket which was a popular choice on those chilly mornings.
The waterproof trousers, The Judges (15th), also come in Gore-Tex fabric with the C-Knit backer for a smooth ‘slide & glide’ experience when worn over other trousers.
We take a look at some of the best images from Le Golf National in Paris where Thomas Bjorn’s team were victorious wearing the premium items.
Rory McIlory relaxes with a coffee ahead of the official photocall wearing the Albatros jacket.
Tommy Fleetwood was another wearing the Albatros jacket on a chilly morning in Paris.
Team Europe in the full Galvin Green suit with Albatros jacket and Judges trousers.
Captain Thomas Bjorn enjoys the atmosphere on the first tee during Friday’s morning fourballs.
The skipper gets down to business as he puts in place the plans which would lead to a thumping 17.5-10.5 victory.
Paul Casey and Tyrrell Hatton both opt for the Up Wind jacket on Friday morning while Casey adds the Judges trousers.
The beauty of the Up Windjacket, as worn by Tyrrell Hatton here, is that it’s so light and stretchy you can wear it during almost any conditions.
Sergio Garcia, who became Europe’s all time leading points scorer during the 2018 matches plays a shot wearing the Judges trousers. The extended zip makes getting them on off extremely quick and easy.
It wasn’t just the players who relied on the Galvin Green Ryder Cup Albatros jacket. Justin Rose’s caddie Mark Fulcher also opted for the fantastic lightweight protection.
The vice-captains were very much par of the team too. It was a nice touch to add the European flag on the back of the Albatros jacket as shown off by Robert Karlsson here.
More information can be found on the Galvin Green website.