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Peter Millar Merge Elite Hybrid Jacket review

Craving comfort and style in one jacket? Mike Robertson has put the Peter Millar Merge Elite Hybrid Jacket to the test
 

Peter Millar is a brand that stands for classic sophistication and style. The Merge Elite Hybrid jacket is one of their latest autumn winter pieces. So how does it perform?

Peter Millar Hybrid Jacket: NCG Summary

Peter Millar Merge Elite Hybrid Jacket review
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NCG SUMMARY

The Merge Elite Hybrid jacket is one of the comfiest and most stylish jackets I have reviewed. I love the soft comfortable fabric and it is very easy to swing a club while wearing it. This is the perfect addition to your winter golfing wardrobe.

PROS

  • Extremely comfortable material
  • Great fit and look
  • Doesn’t restrict your swing at all

CONS

  • Not the warmest jacket available so may need to layer underneath on very cold days

Peter Millar Merge Elite Hybrid Jacket

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First Impressions

The Merge Elite Hybrid jacket has a very smart look to it while also being incredibly comfortable and lightweight. The colour scheme is very clean, and the fit is modern and stylish. As with all Peter Millar clothing, there is a luxurious feel to the finish. I’ve not always found it easy to swing in a jacket, so I was looking forward to taking it onto the course.

Peter Millar Merge Elite Hybrid Jacket review

On Course Testing

I am 6ft 2, and usually wear a medium or large depending on the fit. I found the large size fitted very nicely, especially as I had a couple of layers underneath. The thing I instantly liked about this was how stretchy the fabric was; I didn’t feel restricted at all.

It was also warmer than I anticipated, despite being quite a lightweight jacket, so it was ideal for chilly days out on the course. You also don’t need to worry about wind or the odd bit of rain, as the jacket is both wind and water-resistant.

The front zip pockets were very handy and the zips meant you could easily store tees or a ball marker and nothing would fall out. The mock-neck was also useful as it was a cold day, so I could zip up to the top for extra warmth.

Peter Millar Merge Elite Hybrid Jacket review

As you would expect from Peter Millar, all the little details are done well. The additional chest pocket is probably more for style than substance, but looks very smart. I’m not a huge fan of big logos, so appreciated the subtlety on this jacket.

The 19th hole

The jacket could easily be used off the course as well, as there are no big logos or anything that gives it away as just a golf jacket. You could easily pop it on under another coat on a very cold day.

Peter Millar golf jacket testing

Peter Millar Merge Elite Hybrid Jacket

Now: £180.00

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Fit: True to Size
Comfort: 9/10
Value for Money: 8/10
Sizes: S-XXL
Colours: British Grey/Gale Grey, Blue Poppy/Navy and Balsam

Peter Millar Merge Elite Hybrid Jacket: The Details

Available: Now
RRP: £180
More info: Peter Millar website
Buy now: Here

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Mike Robertson

Mike is a mad keen golfer, and you will often find him travelling the country playing the finest links courses he can find. His love of golf courses has landed him a spot as an NCG Top 100 panellist. He is a member at Moortown Golf Club and has a handicap of 3. Mike is keen on niche-golf merch and is a single strap MacKenzie bag type of guy – we call him woke but he just thinks he’s cool. He’s currently gaming a set of Callaway Apex CBs, PING G420 Driver, 5 wood and hybrid and an Odyssey White Hot putter.

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