Innovative use of technology has often put Kjus a step ahead of the pack.
Norwegian Olympic ski champion, Lasse Kjus, knew his way down a mountain at full speed and understood the benefit of technology in sportswear.
So it’s no surprise that the brand that bears his name is out to push the boundaries of technology.
And the Kjus spring/summer 2016 collection is further evidence that golf can reap the benefits of using the tech fabrics which are more commonly found on the ski slopes.
There is clearly scope to carve up the fairways – in both fashion and functionality – with lightweight, bold items which use high-quality stretch fabrics.
There is enthusiasm and vision in their collection as Kjus continues to set the benchmark for the future.
The pro 3L jacket (£349) is a striking three-layer, four-way stretch rain jacket which is at the forefront of waterproof sportswear.
Made from 100-per-cent polyamide, the unique shoulder inserts extra stretch properties to allow maximum movement for the swing, while there are added features to make the minor adjustments for the perfect fit.
It is lightweight, yet 100-per-cent water resistant.
The mateo jacket palau blue /Atlanta blue (£129) is another lightweight, technical mid-layer with a brushed interior for extra comfort and insulation.
Made from 92-per-cent polyester and eight-per-cent spandex, it combines mobility and warmth with a stylish look.
There are more bold colours in the shelter DWR polo (£109).Made from 100-per-cent polyester, there is excellent wicking performance and a seamless underarm for comfort and freedom.
The technology has been pushed to the limit in this and many other items in the Kjus range and here at TrendyGolf, we think it points to a bright future for an exciting brand.
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