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Fleecy does it this winter with Sub70
November 15, 2011

Sub70Trendy UK golf clothing brand Sub70 has launched a golfing fleece which is guaranteed to keep you warm as the temperature drops.

The classic fleece design, made from 96 per cent micro-polyester and four per cent Lycra, is designed to stretch and move with the golf swing, not hinder it.

Available in four colours – black, grey, army green and navy – and a range of sizes, it comes with an oversized contrasting zipper to add that touch of Sub70 we’ve all come to expect.

It’s classy, comfortable and cosy and has already been seen on the European Tour. And retailing at just £39.99, there’s no danger of feeling you’ve been er, fleeced...

To discover more about Sub70, visit www.subseventy.co.uk








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