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Ping winter golf clothing review

Review: Ping’s latest cold weather golf gear

There's an undeniable quality to the materials and the construction involved in Ping's latest range writes equipment editor James Savage...
 

New Ping winter golf clothing: The results

When it comes to outerwear for golf, I am prepared to take absolutely anything that technology can offer.

For half of the year, we’re out there for several hours in temperatures hovering little above zero. And that’s before you factor in the wind chill factor and rain.

Golf is a demanding sport when it comes to this kind of clothing.

Not only do we need to be warm and dry, we also need to be able to move freely.

And that’s why PrimaLoft is such an exciting innovation for Ping to include in their apparel. You feel the warmth as soon as you put it on. But you can swing without restriction.

We are both massive fans of the Norse PrimaLoft Zoned Jacket. It’s the perfect autumn, winter and spring garment.

But when it gets really cold, you can reach for the Norse PrimaLoft jacket. The whole of the jacket features PrimaLoft so you are simply not going to get cold in the upper body.

Given the choice, we’d rather wear the Zoned version for maximum freedom of movement on the golf course.

Perhaps the most versatile garment in the line is the Norse PrimaLoft Fleece.

It’s a mid-layer, so wear it as your jumper throughout the colder months and relish its comfort, warmth and the unhindered movement it allows.

New Ping winter golf clothing – NCG verdict

This new range of winter apparel really elevates the Ping range – it offers the same kind of performance values as Ping clubs.

There’s an undeniable quality to the materials and the construction.

There’s a quiet confidence about this range which is everything we have come to expect from Ping in recent years.

Their equipment is really good and more often than not it speaks for itself without the need for the sugar-coating we sometimes get from other brands.

In this new range the colours are fairly plain which is exactly what some people are looking for through the winter months.

Ping are focussing on the performance first and foremost but that’s not to say this range isn’t stylish.

It’s not going to make you stand out on the first tee but it will keep you warm and ‘playing your best’ until the 18th green.

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James Savage

Former equipment editor of NCG. Inconsistent ball-striker and tea-maker.

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