US Solheim Cup team kept dry at Gleneagles with Zero Restriction outerwear
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US Solheim Cup team kept dry at Gleneagles with Zero Restriction outerwear



If you had a chance to catch the thrilling 2019 Solheim Cup, you probably quickly realized the conditions in Scotland at Gleneagles Resort were a little challenging at times.

The temperature ranged substantially, being pants weather for some players while Lexi Thompson decided to wear shorts at times. The wind was practically omnipresent, and there was almost always a threat of precipitation. It made for truly great team match-play golf.

Juli Inkster's American team came to Scotland prepared, wearing Jofit apparel throughout the weekend and sporting Zero Restrcition outerwear to have their bases covered no matter what weather came their way. The American team wore special pieces, available through Zero Restriction's website, for the event.

Credit: Gabe Roux/LPGA

The Sloane Z2000 jacket ($555) and pants ($495) are both rated at 15,000 mm, putting them squarely in the rating range perfect for golf under pretty much any conditions shy of a tropical system.

The jacket is waterproof, windproof and yet breathable, featuring a three-layer Z2000 stretch shell. All the seams are sealed and the zippers themselves are waterproof. There's a comfy hood with wind flap and adjustable cuff closures, with a drawstring at the bottom for comfort and fit.

The pants have an adjustable waistband and the same YKK AquaGuard zippers from the jacket. The pockets have an internal pass through, and the leg zippers have gutters to dispose of any water. The garment is guaranteed waterproof for life.

Of course, the Solheim renditions of this outerwear has the logoing from the event, but the quality behind the product is what drove the partnership.

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