Winter golf wear can be quite elegant with an EP Pro ensemble. The Melbourne collection is especially sophisticated. Body slimming black designs pack a fashion punch when interspersed with blue hues. In fact, their most stylish jacket on the market is called Poly Faux Punch. It appears to be light leather with a perforated pattern that almost looks creative hole punches. The short sleek fit with mesh lining simply feels good on whether swinging the clubs or swaggering down a resort hall. The jewel collar style lies pretty, whether open or zipped up. Zipper positioning is attractive low or high to the neck or completely undone.
EP Pro Essential Pants are designed with roomy flare while the Stretch Micro Twill pants highlight the derriere. Remove the golf shoes and the pant leg slips right in your heeled boots for dinner after play. The Snake Skin Jaquard pant brings a fun pattern to the foundation. Mix and match with a plain white shirt underneath or any Tour Tech combination of soft blue and snakeskin blocking, such as the Sleeveless print polo with the blocking around the collar and sleeveless trim. The front bodice is solid blue. Multiple options of the blue and blocks in varying sleeve lengths; pullovers and even a cardigan make for versatile pairings of elegant ensembles.
EP Pro is a division of Summit Golf Brands, which is also parent to Fairway & Greene sportswear, Zero Restriction outerwear, and the Summit Golf Corporate Sales Division. EP Pro is available in golf shops across the world and they are “Happy to Help You” at www.epprogolf.com , where you can see all the Collections and select a personal ensemble.WHAT'S YOUR REACTION?