Mizuno’s apparel range for autumn/winter combines refined, soft-touch materials with the brand’s proven core technologies to help golfers play through the winter in comfort and style.
Mizuno apparel boasts a wide range of fabric technologies that are designed to help golfers carry on playing in winter conditions. To combat wet weather, Nexlite Flex offers complete waterproofness and incredible flexibility, while warmth is delivered by the company’s Breath Thermo Technology, a fabric that captures and generates heat from escaping body vapour.
Thermal Plus is a material technology which regulates the dissipation of body heat, while dynamic movement comes through Biogear, which reduces muscle and joint fatigue due to stretch, pressure and shape. Move Tech is an anatomically-patterned, four-way-stretch fabric that enables golfers to swing with complete freedom of movement.
Nexlite Flex Jacket £150
Available in coral red, Black, dark navy and grey, the Nexlite Flex Jacket is so lightweight and free moving that you might forget to take it off when the rain stops. Water resistant to 20,000mm, breathable at 25,000g/m2, and with 15% additional stretch, the jacket remains water repellent even after multiple washes.
Nexlite Flex Trousers £140
Available in dark navy and black, Nexlite Flex Trousers feature all the same technologies found in the Nexlite Flex Jacket, and they come with an elasticated waistband for maximum comfort.
Breath Thermo Move Down Jacket and Gilet £140/£118
Both the jacket and the gilet offer absolute warmth and comfort courtesy of Breath Thermo warming technology. Available in three colours – grey, black and red – the garments instinctively fit snugly to the body, trapping warm air but providing a high level of movement and flexibility due to Move Tech lining.
Breath Thermo Polos £63/£71
Offered in white, black, purple and red, and made from a heat-generating Breath Themro fabric, the Breath Thermo ST (£63) is a soft touch, substantial weight polo which will keep you warm throughout those winter rounds. It features a striking chest stripe line with contrasting bold colours. The Breath Thermo Graphic Polo (£63), offered in white, black, red and blue, features a unique graphic pattern design running across the chest. The Breath Thermo Long Sleeve Polo (£71), available in white, black, blue and olive, is also constructed from heat-generating Breath Thermo fabric.
Winter Breeze Block Midlayers £80
Available in grey, blue, olive and purple, the Winter Breeze Block ¼ zip is a mid-weight garment with a comfortable, relaxed cuff offering a bold, contrasting and athletic design. The Winter Breeze Elite ¼ Zip, in grey, blue, black and purple, delivers classic golf style with an athletic design. It’s a mid-weight garment featuring a comfortable relaxed cuff. It offers contrasting shoulder piping and the Runbird logo on chest and yoke. The Winter Breeze ¼ Zip features a contrasting colour combination on the back and front. It’s a mid-weight garment with a comfortable, relaxed cuff providing functionality and style.
Winter Elite Trousers £92
Available in grey, black and deep navy, these cold weather trousers feature Move Tech four-way stretch fabric for ease of movement and have a brushed lining for warmth and comfort.
Breath Thermo Biogear Base Layer £59
An essential winter garment, this base layer’s Breath Thermo and Thermal Plus technologies help maintain a consistent body temperature, while BiogGear fabric also helps to reduce muscle fatigue through its snug fit and pressure.
Breath Thermo Beanies £34 for 3
The Breath Thermo Graphic Beanie is made from heat generating Breath Thermo fabric to keep you warm in the coldest conditions and is available in grey, black, blue and olive. The Breath Thermo Pom Pom Beanie offers an old-school look in heat-generating Breath Thermo Fabric. It is available in grey, black, blue and red. Both beanies come in packs of three.
Players Belt £50
Completing the AW22 apparel line-up is the Players Belt, which is available in charcoal grey, black and deep navy.
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