KINONA Women’s Golf Apparel Adds New Styles and Prints To Their 2022 Collections

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Add flair and style to your golf wardrobe and look good at the same time? It’s a yes with KINONA’s Smooth Your Waist Crop Pants. These pants are stylish and provide a perfect shape flattering fit. These pants are sewn from their Italian fabric with a nylon/lycra blend that finds the thin line between compression and comfort as you move. They’re fashionable enough for a day on the links or for everyday activities. The UPF 50+ sun protection keeps the sun’s harmful rays at bay and the moisture-wicking and antimicrobial properties keep you dry and fresh as a daisy. The Smooth Your Waist Crop Golf Pants are currently available in sizes XXS – XXL and in Navy Blue, Black, or an eye-popping Picnic Plaid.

KINONA’s On Par line has been around for a while; after all, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it! The latest iteration of this classic sleeveless golf top has a great sporty look with a high V-neck and johnny collar that looks great on its own or layered under your favorite long sleeve top. The top features KINONA’s Italian fabric with 4-way stretch and all of the great garment technology you’ve come to expect from KINONA along with some sporty piping detail. The On Par Sleeveless Golf Top is currently available in sizes XXS-XXL and in Lemon Yellow, Navy Blue, and Go Go Gingham.

Looking for a super flattering easy-to-wear dress? Sculpting and comfortable describes KINONA’s new Walk in the Park sleeveless golf dress. The dress is made from KINONA’s Italian fabric with 4-way stretch, and is antimicrobial, has UPF 50+ protection, and is moisture-wicking. It also features a 1/4 zip closure and two zippered pockets with built-in tee holders. All KINONA golf dresses come with a mesh shortie in grey or white with leg grippers to keep everything where it should be, and a built-in ball pocket. The Walk in the Park Sleeveless Golf Dress is currently available in sizes XXS _ XXL and in Go Go Gingham and Navy Blue.

KINONA’s new Tough in the Rough Short Sleeve Golf Shirt has a snap front closure and can be worn tucked in or out. The princess seaming gives you great shape and the 4-way stretch of KINONA’s Italian fabric moves with you through every phase of your golf swing. It will also help keep you smelling fresh, dry, and protected from the sun The Tough in the Rough Short Sleeve Golf Shirt is currently available in sizes XXS – XXL and in the Vinca Print and Picnic Plaid.

If you prefer to be a bit more buttoned up, the Tailored and Trim Golf Shorts are a perfect match. The 8″ inseam on these golf shorts look like classic fly-front shorts but are actually a pull-on design. The 4-way stretch fabric moves with you and has all of the garment technology you’d expect from KINONA. The crisp seam down the front will have you looking great and feeling put-together, even on the hottest days. The Tailored and Trim Golf Shorts are currently available in sizes XXS – XXL and in Go Go Gingham, Cherry Red, Lattice Navy Blue, Navy Blue, and Black.

With its 1/4 zip collar and Navy Blue trim detail, KINONA’s Gimme Putt Golf Top presents a great alternative to that every day, run-of-the-mill golf polo. Made from KINONA’s Italian fabric with 4-way stretch, the top has built-in UPF 50+ sun protection, is antimicrobial, and is moisture wicking. The top is currently available in sizes XXS – XXL and in Fairway Green and White.

These are just a few of the new pieces available this year from KINONA. To see the entire collection, visit them online at www.kinonasport.com.

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The Golfin’ Guy aka David (or Dave, but never Davey) Theoret grew up in Southwestern Ontario, Canada, where it was naturally assumed he would play hockey. Beginning at the age of 3 and continuing into his late 30's, he did just that. However, after one too many pucks to the head, he realized that golf was a lot easier on the body and took the game up. Whoever said hockey players were slow? Since that time, golf has become his passion – just ask Belinda. From 2003 until 2009, David ran the sales and marketing department of TravelGolf Media and took his team to over $1M in annual advertising revenue. While at TravelGolf, an editor told him he had a flair for writing and the lightbulb came on. He started writing articles about anything golf related: courses, destinations, resorts, shoes, apparel, equipment and training aids and sending them to websites and magazines. At first, his articles were picked up by a few golf websites and magazines, but the number steadily grew – enough that he could call it a career. Most days he’s on a course somewhere, either working or playing. Actually, to him playing IS work. Occasionally you’ll find him on the practice range reinforcing bad habits. David plays to a 12 handicap - unless there is money involved in which case it goes considerably higher. He currently resides in Lakeland, FL with his wife Belinda and their two "kids", Louie and Molly.

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