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With the Open Championship taking place this week in England, the weather will become a big talking point in the days leading up to the start of play. You will hear a lot about which side of the draw guys are on, which side has the better weather and inevitably, you’ll see some pros layering up or down depending on the conditions.
While the pros will be sporting the latest and greatest in weather gear, how does your personal wardrobe of gear for adverse conditions stack up? If you’re not immediately confident in what you have, it may be time for an upgrade.
PING’s Osbourne rain jacket and pants are the right mix of quality products at a good price. Coming fully equipped with the Sensor Technology Platform, the PING Osbourne jacket and pants are made to make the golfer wearing the rain gear as comfortable as possible. The technology, which was developed by Pertex, ensures that regardless of the weather, the garments react to the body’s needs.
The jacket is waterproof and mechanically stretches to fit the player while not constricting the natural flow of the swing. Both the jacket and the pants are made of 100% polyester material with stretch mesh polyester lining.
Don’t get caught out in the rain and let it affect your game. The PING Osbourne rain gear collection will keep you swinging smoothly while dry in even the most adverse of weather conditions.
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