Glenmuir Barnton Hi-Cool Performance Golf Shirt Review
I was more than a little excited to receive a golf shirt from Glenmuir in the mail about a month ago. Having supplied the European Ryder Cup team with shirts and knitwear for the last 25 years I've always been impressed seeing their products but I needed to try it out myself. I was real curious and excited to test out their Mens Barnton Hi-Cool Performance shirt in Black/White.
When I first wore the Barnton Shirt on the golf course I was very impressed with the softest of the fabric, a blend of cotton, polyester and Hi-Cool. I was a little skeptical about how this cotton blend golf shirt was going to keep me cool in Ottawa's hot Summer. Glenmuir's shirt got top marks in the "keeping cool" department. The Hi-Cool moisture management system is amazing. It keeps the moisture away from your skin and you stay comfortable for your whole round.
I really was impressed with fit of the Glenmuir Barnton Golf Shirt. At 6'5" 205lbs I don't want a baggie shirt that fits good in the shoulders but is too short or vice versa. A large fit perfect with a more fitted feel which is perfect for my frame.
The Little Things
Glenmuir really did a good job with the contrasting accents of this shirt. Around the neck, arms, back and down the front of the shirt really makes the shirt more stylish but not to bold. Love the Glenmuir 1891 logo that sits above the right sleeve cuff, nice touch.
You really can't go wrong with Glenmuir's Barnton Hi-Cool Performance Golf Shirt it's both comfortable and stylish and the fit is perfect for someone looking for more of a fitted golf shirt. Top marks to Glenmuir for their well designed golf shirt. I look forward to seeing them on the European Ryder Cup Team this month.
The Glenmuir Barnton Hi-Cool Performance Golf Shirt comes in three different colors and sizes S to XXL. It retails for £44.00. Glenmuir will deliver worldwide and their website operates a currency change system so the customer may view and buy products in their. currency.
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