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Adidas Golf launches puremotion Tour apparel collection

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When golfers look for merchandise that will help lower their scores, they generally visit the clubs isle in their local golf shop. Or maybe they’ll pick up a new putter. Or try the latest training aid to help improve their swing.

They probably don’t think of clothing when it comes to game improvement. But the new adidas puremotion Tour apparel may change that thought process.

adidas Golf has released its' new puremotion Tour apparel collection, designed with the golfer’s body in mind to deliver maximum performance with minimal restriction during the swing.

adidas Golf designers utilized high-performance, maximum-stretch, moisture-wicking fabrics developed to keep golfers cool in warmer conditions. adidas Golf Tour staff professional Dustin Johnson debuted the puremotion Tour collection at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions in January, and the rest of the adidas Golf tour stable will be outfitted in the collection throughout the 2014 PGA TOUR and LPGA season.

Utilizing advanced engineering technologies throughout the development process, puremotion Tour polos provide a bonded, precision fit designed to keep athletes distraction-free and swinging to their fullest potential throughout the course of play.

Said Johnson, eight-time PGA TOUR winner, “puremotion apparel is incredibly lightweight and fits great. It moves with my body and keeps me cool, and that allows me to concentrate on my game.”

The puremotion Tour collection includes four men’s polos and two women’s polos with an MSRP ranging from $70-$90 at retail.

Visit adidasgolf.com to view the entire puremotion Tour collection and the rest of the adidas Golf range featuring puremotion technology.

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