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PING Unveils SS21 Women’s Performance Apparel Collection

23 March 2021

Designed to inspire female golfers to both look and play their best, PING has unveiled details of its Spring/Summer 2021 women’s apparel collection, which features bold floral prints to celebrate the transition into the warmer summer months.

Combining premium performance fabrics with the latest seasonal print and colour trends, the collection is centred around the bold and striking ‘Rose Garden’ colour story that features feminine and romantic shades of pink, offset with the luxurious tone of royal purple. This is combined with PING’s innovative Sensor platform, which is designed to ensure every garment is specifically engineered to respond to the body’s requirements and demands of the game.
Striking and stylish in equal measure, the ‘Rose Garden’ palette centres around two key tones; ‘Rosebud’, which provides a strong, confident shade of pink, and ‘Royal Purple’, which offers a sophisticated and darker tone. These are evident throughout the collection, with a statement ‘Rose Garden’ print and subtle Wild Rose Jacquard pattern, ensuring a modern twist to a classic design, providing a fresh update for the season.
The key colour story is epitomised by the Rose Garden polo, sleeveless polo and skort, which are all engineered with SensorCool® technology and feature the striking and stylish ‘Rose Garden’ printed fabric.
Also new for SS21, Bronte comes in a choice of Rosebud or Royal Purple and features the Wild Rose Jacquard pattern throughout, while Penelope is a stylish colour blocked Wild Rose Jacquard polo, available in White/Royal Purple or White/Rosebud. The polos all feature SensorCool® technology for moisture-moving comfort in all conditions.


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