Equipment: Waterproof heated golf outerwear
Published on Friday, May. 24, 2013 09:43PM EDT Last updated on Monday, Oct. 22, 2012 09:33AM EDT
It used to be that when the calender turned from summer to fall and the temperature started to drop, golfers had very few options for extending the golf season. One could always book a trip to a sunny destination to continue getting that golf fix but a company called Mobile Warming Gear has an alternative - and slightly less expensive - solution.
The world’s leading maker of heated golf outerwear, Mobile Warming Gear has just launched its first-ever collection of waterproof jackets which combines with company’s proprietary heating technology to further extend playing opportunities in colder temperatures.
Each garment features a micro-alloy heating elements built into the chest and back areas powered by a rechargable 7.4-volt lithium battery, about the size of a cell phone, which can provide up to 10 hours of comfort on the lowest setting. Precisely crafted from breathable, washable performance materials, it provides complete freedom of movement via a golf-specific cut and Windshark 4-way stretch fabric, eliminating the need for bulky layers. Four adjustable heat settings (90-degrees up to 130-degrees) ensures a player’s core stays warm which helps enhance comfort and flexibility.
Designed by PGA Professionals, these golf-specific garments come in three styles for men and five styles for women, are windproof and showcase waterproof pocket zippers, Velcro cuffs and a hem cinch cord for easy adjustment.
For more information, check out mobilewarminggear.com