Kicking off the FootJoy range is the DryJoys Select rain jacket (Â£295) and rain trousers (Â£200), the most technologically-advanced category the brand has ever created with 25,000mm of waterproof protection, while remaining incredibly lightweight.
The DryJoys Tour XP range (rain jacket Â£200; rain shirt Â£185; rain trousers Â£165) has been updated and, along with the DryJoys Select range, now has a patent-pending StaDry Collar, which FJ designers created from feedback received from players at all levels of the game.
FJâ€™s tour-proven DryJoys Tour XP and HydroLite suits complement DryJoys Select in FJâ€™s fully-waterproof outerwear offering for 2015, each featuring fresh patterns and all-new colourways.
The water-resistant FJ Hybrid Jacket and Vest are also carried into the 2015 line, while the FJ Thermal Fleece Jacket (Â£120) is an exciting introduction with fleece-insulated panels that have been placed in specific areas of the upper body.
Brand new for this year is the FJ Performance Wind Shell Mid-Layer (Â£90), offering the functionality of a wind-resistant, woven garment with the feel of a knit. Further additions to the mid-layer category are the Berkeley and Jupiter Collection Performance Shirts (Â£45-Â£55), available from mid-summer, allowing golfers to freshen up their wardrobes for the second half of the season.
Just as important for the winter months is a base layer and in the ProDry Performance Thermal Base Layer (Â£40) and ProDry Performance Seamless Base Layer (Â£55), both play a crucial role in maintaining body temperature, while hoping to increase comfort and breathability.
The FJ Essentials Collection is back and stronger than ever, while the Womenâ€™s Essentials range sees the return of the FJ HydroLite Suit (rain jacket Â£140; rain trousers Â£90), and the FJ Quilted Jacket (Â£90) along with four new Base Layers (Â£40) and new options in the Full-Zip Knit Sweaters (Â£55-Â£80).
Originally published on bunkered on August 12, 2015.