Though we are slowly cycling out of summer, the weather continues to be mostly warm and dry in much of the golf world, which means that outerwear remains very much out of mind for most players. But fall is on the way, and drops in temperatures and increases in precipitation usually accompany that impending change of season. That’s why it is also a good time to start thinking of ways to keep warm and dry on the course, and two of the latest offerings in that realm are DryJoys Select and DryJoys Tour XP rainwear collections, both from FootJoy.
DryJoys Select Rainwear utilizes a lightweight, specially engineered fabric that features three-layer bonded construction and an ultrafine Tricot liner – and is designed to provide waterproof protection up to 25,000 mm of water column pressure. In other words, it is made to keep golfers bone dry in even the fiercest torrents.
A StaDry collar is made to improve fit and comfort around the neck while keeping water out.