Glenmuir, the Scottish golf clothing brand, has placed a focus on sustainable performance fabrics and natural performance for its SS20 collection, being told through its #GlenmuirCare campaign.
Glenmuir is pioneers in golf clothing in natural fibres, which are renewable and environmentally friendly. The new double mercerised cotton polos use a technical process that removes stray fibres from the cotton yarn and fabric resulting in lustrous silk like handle, luxurious drape and outstanding colour retention.
The men's seasonal g.Crieff and g.Oban (RRP £60) and classics g.Tarth, g.Larkin and g.Hamish are all available in the new SS20 colours.
Seasonal knitwear looks strong, made from 100% pure combed premium cotton from renewable resources, with the men's g.Fergus, g.Eliot, g.Roxburgh and ladies' g.Uma, g.Bella, g.Kady and g.Milly (all RRP £70).
Glenmuir's signature 100% extra-fine Italian Merino wool, Touch of Cashmere and 100% British Lambswool which are all natural, renewable and biodegradable sees new SS20 colours added.
When making performance products Glenmuir's factories ensure all chemical discharge from dyeing and manufacturing processes go through a Waste Water Treatment Management System, which returns the discharge to its original water state before discharging back into the sea or river.