This season’s J.Lindeberg golf clothing collection is the brand’s lightest offering to date and we are proud to range it for the first time. With improved new fabric technologies for Spring/Summer 2021, JL take the next big step into the future, cementing themselves as an innovative leader in golf wear.
The overall theme of garment lightness is defined around product innovations in their bestselling categories, including J.Lindeberg golf shirts, poly mid-layers and knits. There are products across the collection that are highly technical, but also a good selection of products which fall into a more lifestyle look.
The Spring/Summer 2021 will be released in 3 drops, split by colour story and tech story, and brand ambassadors Erik Anders Lang and Tour Professional Viktor Hovland will feature heavily in the brand’s communications.
Gradient Tech / Ocean Blue Drop -
Released across January and February, the Gradient Tech products excel in performance, using innovative 5 yarn technology with a gradient density. A lightweight fabric towards the hem, which becomes increasingly dense at the top, with coverage where it’s most needed and ultimate breathability and lightness where possible.
Active Mesh / Lava Orange Drop -
Available now, this program offers a new type of performance mesh detailing, integrated into the fabric, to improve air flow and transport moisture. With the addition of 4 way stretch it provides flexibility in all directions and excellent ventilation for a highly cooling effect.
Featherweight / Thyme Green Drop -
Launching in May, these J.Lindeberg golf polos couldn’t be more comfortable or easy to wear in peak season temperatures. Ultra lightweight feel but with excellent fabric coverage and protection from the sun. These temperature acclimated golf polos offer maximum mobility, in a fabric that won’t cling, providing extreme comfort and 4-way stretch.
We love the style that this JL collection brings to our store, so we hope you are as impressed as us. Take a look at the new S/S 2021 J.Lindeberg golf collection by clicking here.