Want To Stay Warm And Still Look Cool On The Golf Course?

For our recent golfgurls.com travel to Ireland, my golfing partner, Noreen, was outfitted for our trip by the great people at 4all. They sent her samples from their recent line of women’s golf apparel to test out in the Irish spring weather. Not only did Noreen look great, but she stayed warm and dry in spite of the rain and chilly winds that are so much a part of golf on the emerald isle. Her review follows.

Q. You look like you were having fun playing golf in Ireland.
A. Absolutely had a great time thanks to our tour leaders, The RedTees.ie and my outift from 4all.

Q. Which outfit did 4all send you?
A. They asked me to try out three separate pieces; a jacket, golf pants and a wind shirt.

4all by jo fit windshirt

Q. How well did they hold up in the chilly Irish spring weather?
Our first day was at the Mount Juliet just outside of Kilkenny and the weather kept changing all day. We started with overcast, then sun, then overcast, then rain, then brilliant sun! And the clothing kept me warm and dry all day.

Q. How was the fit?
The fit on both the jacket and wind shirt was great. Lots of room to swing easily. Both pieces allow for a lot of movement and they feel great on. You can tell they are made for golfers by golfers.

Q. Tell me about that thumbs-up style jacket. It looks like you have half gloves on.
A. Those are actually extensions of the jacket sleeve and they go over the palms of your hands. It’s a great idea because they really keep the wind out.

Q. What about the pants?
The first time I tried them on, they felt a little tight, but that’s because I usually wear a simple pair of chinos that are not designed for golf. These pants felt like a second skin. They are really comfortable.

Q. What about the styling and quality of the clothing?
A. What impressed me most is how well the clothing is made. You can tell a lot of care when into each piece. They are made to last. I got a small stain on the pants during the trip, washed them and the stain came right out. No problem. As far as styling goes, I think all three pieces look great together, but are simple enough to go well with a lot of different styles that golfers are wearing today.

I only have one complaint and it’s a minor one, and I’ve found the problem with a lot of other clothing manufacturers. They add a small icon tag to the zipper pulls, I guess to help with their branding. But it kept falling off and was a bit annoying. I don’t see any real purpose in it except to add to the brand recognition and would recommend they do away with the zipper pull tag.

Q. Would you recommend this line of clothing to your friends?
Absolutely. Each piece is comfortable, made extremely well, and will last.  Well worth the cost.

So there you have it. A great review for a great product line of women’s golf clothing.

We give 4ll 5 Tees!

  5 comments for “Want To Stay Warm And Still Look Cool On The Golf Course?

  1. May 30, 2011 at 12:40 pm

    The outfits look great. I was wondering what they were made of? Were they microfibers? Would the jacket work in a real downpour or is it better suited for a drizzle?
    It looks like you are having a wonderful trip.

    • Pat Mullaly
      June 1, 2011 at 3:32 pm

      The material was a blend … and held up well in the drizzle, though not a rain jacket… you can get the details at this website: http://www.4allbyjofit.com/

  2. May 19, 2011 at 8:52 pm

    It looks like the trip was awesome! I love the outfits too. Warmth w/out the bulk and the thumbs-up jacket…. so cool!

    • Pat Mullaly
      May 20, 2011 at 3:26 am

      We had a great time. The two women of The Red Tees were wonderful hosts. They took us everywhere, connected us with the best golf courses—they could not have been more generous! If you want to play golf in Ireland I highly recommend them. We are thinking of putting a golf trip together for next year. Let me know if you would be interested.

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