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Oscar Jacobson’s autumn / winter 2017 collection

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When the weather turns for the worse, the 21st-century golfer seeks apparel and outerwear that can cope with the harshest conditions. But functionality should not come at the expense of style. Thanks to its 114-year heritage in tailoring, and 40+ year history of kitting out players on the European Tour, Oscar Jacobson is better placed than many to help golfers perform in style when the temperature drops.

Oscar Jacobson’s autumn/winter 2017 collection hits the performance mark like never before thanks to innovative technologies like the new ZIP-IN system and ever-popular Primaloft®, both of which are features of the excellent Caleb vest. As an outer or mid-layer, Caleb delivers versatile protection together with Oscar Jacobson’s renowned Scandinavian style.

Worn alone on cool, crisp days, or seamlessly zipped into an outer layer when conditions demand, the Caleb vest is one of the most versatile pieces in Oscar Jacobon’s collection for Autumn Winter 2017.

Caleb is a lightweight vest in a semi dull, woven fabric with an insulating Primaloft® padding, which works equally well on its own on cooler, dry winter days but also performs under a jacket when the rain comes down or the cold wind whips. Featuring ZIP-IN technology, Caleb can be combined and zipped in with the wind and rain-proof Lawrie Pro jacket for the ultimate in protection against the elements.

Available in a range of colours, including a camouflage pattern, Caleb is one of the most versatile pieces in Oscar Jacobson’s AW17 collection; with its subtle branding offering use beyond the golf course.


The ingenious new ZIP-IN system from Oscar Jacobson cleverly combines a wind- or rainproof outer layer – the new Lawrie Pro three-layer waterproof jacket – with different insulating mid-layers to help when the temperature drops, from the new Primaloft ® padded Brick jacket and Caleb vest, to the Kerry stretch fleece zipped cardigan.
The autumn/winter 2017 collection from Oscar Jacobson will perfectly prepare any golfer to meet the demands of off-season golf with an ideal blend of performance, function and style.

To find out more about Oscar Jacobson and its autumn/winter 2017 golf collection, please visit www.oscarjacobson.com.

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