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Galvin Green Golf Clothing: Review and rate

Galvin Green is a clothing company from Sweden specialising in golf clothes. Galvin Green is top-quality designer golf wear and is specifically designed with golf is mind. Although the price of Galvin Green is up there with the other top golf apparel, you are guaranteed comfortable, long-lasting and trendy golf gear.

Range of apparel

Although Galvin Green may be famous for its waterproofs, it also produces a huge array of other top-quality golf wear for both men and women. Galvin Green has everything from belts, to golf towels, large mitts and golf gloves. Colour The clothing range is quite colourful and trendy though you can still find plain colours amongst all the brightness. They also have a range of wind stoppers and ‘body warmers’ for those windy days out on the course. The range of clothing is second to none and all come with a guarantee for quality.

Waterproofs

Galvin Green is famous for its quality waterproofs. These are the most popular garment from Galvin Green and they offer a lifetime waterproof guarantee on their products. Focus The main focus in designing the waterproofs was not to restrict your swing with bulkiness. These waterproofs are becoming more and more popular with professional golfers who are looking for an advantage on the competition. Cost The only disadvantage of Galvin Green’s waterproofs is its cost. It is among the most expensive brands. However, if you are looking for quality and durability, it is better to buy a trusted brand.

Overall rating

When rating Galvin Green as a relative newcomer to the golf apparel market, it must be treated with slight caution. Customers are always loyal to their brand usually because it has certain qualities that appeal to them such as price, quality, or looks for example. Try Galvin Green Galvin Green must at least be tried before dismissing it. All their products come with a guarantee: If you don’t like it, you can return it and the reports so far have all been positive.
Target Galvin Green has targeted the new generation of trendy golfers but it has not forgotten the most important qualities involved in golf clothing. For relatively new clothing apparel, Galvin Green is a definite winner in golf shops around the world.

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