Firm on course to take big strides in golf wear market.
A BRIGHOUSE-based business is taking big strides in the world of golf wear.
Family-owned firm Stromberg Golf now designs the UK's bestselling golf trousers, the Wintra.
The company, which has been designing golf wear for more than 15 years, has made its mark in the sector by designing the Wintra trousers specifically for winter golf. The fabric features three different layers ideal for winter golf - the outer layer boasts a water resistant finish while the middle layer acts as a windproof, breathable and waterproof membrane preventing water getting through the fabric. The inside acts as a thermal layer keeping the wearer warm in the winter months.
The Wintra has been designed to be an alternative to waterproof over-trousers - allowing the wearer to go straight from course to clubhouse.
Director Richard Taylor said: "We are thrilled with the performance of our Wintra trouser which has become one of the bestselling golf trousers on the UK market.
"As a keen golfer myself I wanted the trouser to be the ultimate winter trouser. It needed to keep golfers dry, warm, be breathable but also act as a windproof.
"The feedback that we have had to date has been fantastic and we are excited about the launch of our new season colours this month."
The Wintra is endorsed by Hudders-field-born challenge tour professional Chris Hanson, who described it as the ultimate golfing trouser.
Stromberg Golf was formed in 1977 as a clothing manufacturer, designing and producing menswear ranges for well known designer brands.
In 2000, the company has been based on golf - providing trousers, shirts and jumpers for men, women and youths as well as accessories such as belts and socks.
Huddersfield golf professional |Chris Hanson wearing the Wintra
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|Publication:||Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)|
|Date:||Sep 29, 2015|
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