In need of new waterproofs this winter? Nicola Slater has put the Sunderland Killy Ladies Waterproof Jacket to the test...

Sunderland are known for their great outwear products. The Killy Ladies Waterproof Jacket is one of their latest autumn-winter pieces. So how does it perform?

Sunderland Killy Ladies Waterproof Jacket review: NCG summary


As waterproof jackets go, this one is pretty great. The full zip design looks stylish and has a great range of colours.

The adjustable waist, neck, hem, and cuffs mean it can be altered to suit your needs.

Most importantly, it’s easy to swing in!


  • Extended material at cuff
  • Easy to swing in
  • Great quality


  • Adjustable toggles in pockets fall out

Killy Waterproof golf jacket

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Sunderland Killy Jacket

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First impressions

Sunderland are renowned for their great waterproof products, and I had never tried any, so I was excited to get my hands on one.

Straight away from unpacking, you could tell this was of excellent quality. The jacket has an inner mesh lining which is lightweight and designed to enhance breathability. There is also a handy inside pocket!

underland Killy Ladies Waterproof Jacket review

The Killy waterproof jacket adopts Sunderland’s Never Weather Beaten protection. This includes features such as thermoplastic tape, which stops water from entering the seams. As the jacket is a full zip, this is seen down the front and on the pockets.

Sunderland offers this jacket in 6 different colourways meaning there is something for everyone. The colours range from bright pinks and purples to more neutral all-black (as shown in the photos) and blacks with pink detailing.

On course testing

As a UK12 and being 5ft 8, I got this jacket in a medium. I really liked how it fit. It was long enough in the body and arm, and there was enough room in it for it not to affect my swing. The jacket can be adjusted at the cuffs, neck, waist and hem, meaning that you can alter it to suit your needs.

My favourite feature of this jacket must be the cuffs of the sleeves. Under the outer layer of the jacket is a tighter material piece to stop the cold or rain from going down your sleeves. I thought this was a great little touch, as I hate constantly having to pull my sleeves down to stay warm.

Sunderland Killy Ladies Waterproof Jacket

The jacket also offered zipped-up pockets which were fleece lined for added warmth between shots. The zips were also coated to prevent water from entering.

My only slight criticism I have about this jacket is that the toggles that adjust the waist are in the pockets and often came out when I got something out of my pocket. This is nothing major and certainly doesn’t take anything away from the overall quality of the jacket.

The 19th hole

I have really enjoyed wearing this piece. It’s so lightweight and easy to swing in and has all the great features you’d want from a waterproof jacket. I think this jacket also works really well off of the course, having worn this to the supermarket several times it definitely is multi-purpose!

Sunderland Ladies Killy waterproof

Now: £84.15
Sunderland Killy Jacket

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Sunderland Killy Ladies Waterproof Jacket review: The details

Fit: True to size
Comfort: 9/10
Value for Money: 9/10
Sizes: S-XXL (UK)
Colour options: Solar Pink White, Navy Tropics, Purple White, Navy White, Navy, Black

Available: Now
RRP: £130
More info: Sunderland of Scotland

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Nicola Slater

Nicola recently graduated from Stirling University where she studied Sports Studies, she wrote her dissertation on barriers to participation for women in golf. Nicola plays her golf at Hickleton and Woodsome Hall Golf clubs, she currently plays off +2. She plays for Yorkshire Ladies and has represented England at junior and senior level.

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