Staying warm when the wind starts to howl is no issue ... just put on a sweater or coat. Problem solved. Same dilemma, but throw in the want/need to post a decent score on the golf course? Now we’re talking about possible trouble.
No more worries about feeling constricted, because the half-zip Hyper Adapt jacket allows for a natural range of motion through 18 holes, while featuring a transparent nylon construction and stretch panels for protection against the elements. A mesh panel in back delivers breathability, while an adjustable hem creates a customized fit.
The body of the jacket is made from 100 percent nylon. The mesh is 100 percent polyester. Side zip pockets and windproof fabric make the Hyper Adapt jacket both practical and functional. Being from Nike Golf, you know it’s stylish.
You probably carry anywhere from $1,000-$2,000 of equipment and may have dropped an additional $50 on golf balls. Start griping about being cold with no jacket or - even worse - a jacket that restricts your swing, and your expensive equipment won’t stop your game from going south. When the wind begins to blow, you’ll appreciate the $100 you spent on the Hyper Adapt jacket.
* Mock neck that zips up to the chin for warmth
* Mesh panel in back for ventilation
* Translucent fabric and contrast panels for style
* Adjustable hem and stretch cuffs for enhanced fit
* Bonded seams for reduced irritation and extra protection from the elements
* Stretch panels for wide range of motion
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