Sun Mountain Tour Series+ Rainwear

Sun Mountain, a leading brand in outwear, has a new brand for the all-weather golfer or anyone who enjoys the great outdoors year-round called Tour Series+.

ORLANDO, Florida – Sun Mountain steps up again to help golfers’ oncourse comfort with the new Tour Series+ Rainwear with pieces that are waterproof, comfortable and offer 4-way stretch.


All pieces are waterproof and have 4-way stretch


2-way front zipper

Body temperature regulating material

Packable hood

Scalloped cuffs

Three color combinations choices



Deep leg zips & snap system at hem shortens pants 2.0″

Body temperature regulating material

Silicon grip pattern inside the waistband

Velcro® cinch system at cuff




2-way front zipper

Body temperature regulating material

Adjustable cuffs & waist

Four color combination choices



Body temperature regulating material

Zippered pass-through pockets

Belt loops

Deep leg zips & snap system at hem shortens pants 2.5″



Playing golf in the cold and rain drops the “Fun Meter” to the bottom of the scale so if it’s raining or even if you think it’s going to rain it’s a good idea to have rainwear that will keep you as dry as possible. Sun Mountain has years of experience making rainwear and knows sometimes the little things that move a jacket or pants from “it’s OK” to “you gotta buy this.”

The new Tour Series+ accomplishes that with several features. Pants and jackets are made from waterproof fabric that contains activated coconut shell carbon and volcanic sand in the fibers. Called 37.5 Technology, the fibers can absorb moisture and heat energy which controls body temperature for the entire round. Wearers will also like the nice long zipper on the legs allowing them to be pulled easily over golf shoes plus the pant legs have built-in hem snaps to shorten the length thus eliminating the problem of the leg bottoms dragging on the ground.

“The combination of top-of-class waterproof protection and breathability plus the 4-way stretch make our Tour Series+ the most playable rainwear on the market,” said Mark Heydon, Vice President of Outerwear at Sun Mountain Sports. “The added temperature control of the 37.5 is icing on the cake.”

Ed is a national award-winning golf journalist and has carried on a lifelong love affair with the game. His work covering the business of golf, equipment, golf personalities and travel is prominently featured in numerous print and electronic publications. He has competed in tournament golf both as an amateur and senior professional and though his competitive days are behind him, Ed still plays regularly and carries a handicap of 4. He lives on a water hazard in suburban Orlando. His email address is

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