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Wolsey's apparel goes high tech at 2014 PGA Merchandise Show

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You wouldn't expect a clothing company founded all the way back in 1755 to be sporting some high tech duds in 2014.

But Wolsey is not your average apparel company when it comes to outfitting golfers around the world. As they are about to demonstrate at the 2014 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando.

Wolsey uses traditional British menswear colors in, as you would expect, a clean and subtle manner. Pair the colors with minimal and strong textual patterns to create a “less-is-more” theme that really makes this line stand out.

This new Wolsey line not only has a great look but it world because the material is breathable, waterproof and multi-layered. This makes great fitting and utilitarian outerwear, along with performance merino polo’s, base layers, knitwear and pants. Invista THERMOCOOL technology is embedded and it dual regulates body temperature to make sure the sportswear is “fit for purpose," and fit for you.

This year's PGA Merchandise Show is the perfect venue to make this announcement.

“The PGA Show is a great place for us to launch our inaugural collection, and to formally welcome Johan in his role as our Ambassador,” says Wayne Webster, Wolsey’s Golf Sales Director. “It will be the beginning of the latest chapter in the Wolsey story that stretches continuously back to 1755.”

Current players wearing Wolsey include European Tour players Robert Rock, Tom Lewis and James Heath. Also at the show, Johan Lindeberg will be making an appearance for Wolsey.

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