Chervo unveils autumn/winter 2022 collection

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Latest collection has taken inspiration from nature’s diverse elements.
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October 4, 2022
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Premium Italian brand Chervò’s eagerly awaited Autumn-Winter 22/23 luxury collection has everything you need for staying warm and dry on the golf course over the coming months.

Chervò has aimed to push boundaries for 40 years. Combining comfortable clothing with increasingly technical and innovative materials, the Italian brand has always offered a unique take on golf wear.

The Autumn-Winter 22/23 collection is no different. Released with autumn here and winter on the horizon, the latest collection has taken inspiration from nature’s diverse elements.

Combining the latest in aqua-block, stretch, wind-lock and pro-therm fabric technology, three new lines - Snow Leopard, Marmorized Saxum and Golf Vibes - see a range of products released that every golfer needs as the weather continues to change, including warm sweaters, waterproof jackets and stylish gilets.

Agile and magnetic with its spotted coat, the snow leopard inspired the most iconic items for women in the Snow Leopard collection. The line features warm garments with nature-inspired colours extending from black to white and rosewood to grey, without shying away from more daring custom animal prints. Touches of gold and fur textures are the ultimate emblems of luxury, while the sporty details, fabrics and performance-driven cuts are Chervò’s own stamp of guarantee for the collection’s practicality.

The challenges of winter and the search for absolute comfort and movement inspired Chervò to design the Marmorized Saxum men's mood, a collection that carries all the technical requirements of great golfing sportswear, in addition to a combination of textiles, colours and patterns that draw inspiration from a strong, powerful natural element such as marble. Countless combinations are possible, with green and gold meeting the more understated hues of black and grey, ensuring golfers can express their own unique style.

The third and final new collection, technical performance and unlimited comfort are the soul of the Golf Vibes range – available to both men and women. The women’s line is all about colour with pink taking the centre role, complemented by varying nuances such as cerise or Pompei pink. Touches of brightness and colour blocking are matched with unique fabrics and knits, enabling the more exuberant golfer to introduce a sparkly pop of colour to a more classical style such as blue or vanilla. A more delicate palette also finds its space in a muted line of garments, where neutral nuances find their home with iconic looks which guarantee high performance and sportier outfits.

A similar idea is brought to the men’s collection. Light blue stands out as the prominent feature of this modern colour scheme, whilst blue navy and dark grey embody the ever-lasting coolness of Chervò’s sportswear.

Chervo unveils autumn/winter 2022 collection

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Aqua-block technology ensures Chervò’s garments are both water resistant and windproof, protecting you from the traditional British wet weather

The nature of the pro-therm material ensures that Chervò’s garments help you stay warm through extremely high levels of thermal insulation while also not being bulky and limiting movement.

 

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