Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Cool Dunning(s)

(Photos the property of Dunning and the Associated Press)

We really like the philosophy behind Canadian manufacturers Dunning Sportswear - prep lineage infused with the latest performance technology and crafted using the best materials out there.

The clothing really looks great on the back of Zach Johnson, their posterboy on Tour. (Who can forget the royal blue tech-vest layered over a polo and performance top at the Masters in '07?)
Zach's look is always clean, crisp and trim, without stepping too far into the 'fashion' fold.

As Dunning might tell you, he retains that "classic country club heritage." This philosophy can be found in their trousers collections, which showcase materials ranging from cashmere/wool blends to performance stretch cotton/poly/lycra.

For the new spring 2010 collection, we've been given yet another reason to choose Dunning: their 1960's inspired Performance Tour Slim-Fit Polos. ($75)

We have yet to try one on, but these look like real winners. They come in an array of cool-hued solids - definitely check out the 'Palmer' - an ode to Arnie in vibrant lavender. Dunning describes the cut as "narrow in the shoulders and torso, while featuring a mid-bicep sleeve length and Tour logo details."

The best way to pick up Dunning products in the U.S. is through their online store. The S/S 2010 collections are now available for purchase and the prices are very reasonable for the quality of the materials and construction.


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