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FootJoy Cap Sleeve Print Interlock polo review

FootJoy Cap Sleeve Print Interlock polo review

Looking to update your summer wardrobe? Nicola Slater has put the FootJoy Cap Sleeve Print Interlock polo to the test…

 

FootJoy has just realised their new spring/summer collection. The Cap Sleeve print interlock polo is one of their latest women’s pieces. So how does it perform?

FootJoy Cap Sleeve Print Interlock polo review: NCG summary

4 star review
NCG SUMMARY

The FootJoy Cap Sleeve Print Interlock polo is a slight twist on a standard sleeveless polo. With slightly extended sleeves that cover the top part of the shoulder but still allow some sun on the upper area a regular polo would miss.

The silky polyester feel is lightweight and easy to care for being crease-resistant and quick drying.

PROS

  • Silky feel
  • Tame pattern, not too in your face
  • Quick drying and crease resistant

CONS

  • Limited sizing options

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FootJoy Cap Sleeve Print Interlock polo review: First impressions

As a fair-skinned female golfer, I always love the idea of getting some sun on my shoulders during a round of golf. Unfortunately, this often ends with painfully burnt shoulders having baked in the heat for hours. I love the concept of shorter capped sleeves, which shows a little more skin yet provides a little more shoulder coverage than your regular sleeveless polo.

It took a couple of examinations to work out the design of this polo. Is it an animal print? Is it floral? The answer is that I’m not 100% sure but it looks great regardless and it is offered in four different colourways they all follow the style. I liked the block colour on the collar and the button area, rather than the whole shirt being patterned.

FootJoy Cap Sleeve Print Interlock polo review: On course testing

I wore this a couple of times on different occasions so I feel like I’ve got a good mixture of testing under my belt before writing this.

The first couple of times I wore this I actually never ended up with it on show as the weather was too bad and I had a jumper on top. On those occasions, I very much enjoyed this polo and never felt too sweaty with it on. I also never really questioned the fit until recently when I wore it on its own. Being 5ft 8 I’m quite a tall female and this an overly long polo meaning I did have to keep re-tucking it into my trousers.

Much like my other FJ tops I wore this in a UK12. I enjoyed the silky feel of this shirt but I did feel at times that it was clingy to me. I don’t think that the shirt was too small but that the material just fell that way.

This polo is made from 100% polyester meaning that it is very lightweight. It also washes really well and dries almost perfectly crease-free. The cap sleeve design means that your armpits aren’t confined by sleeves and so they can breathe a little better. The fabric includes moisture-wicking technology making it a great addition to your summer wardrobe.

FootJoy Cap Sleeve Print Interlock polo review: The 19th hole

As someone who often avoids sleeveless golf polos, I enjoyed this hybrid shirt. Whilst it was great out on the course I can’t see myself wearing it off of the course but that’s a personal preference.

FootJoy Cap Sleeve Print Interlock polo review: The details

Fit: True to size
Comfort: 7/10
Value for Money: 9/10
Sizes: XS-XL / 8-16 (UK)
Colour options: White, Navy, Blush Pink, Blue Jay


FootJoy Cap Sleeve Print Interlock polo

Now: £29.74

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Available: Now
RRP: £50
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Nicola Slater

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 Golf Club and has recently started her professional career on the LET Access Tour. Having played for Yorkshire Ladies and has represented England at junior and senior level.

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