Galvin Green Insula Jacket
The fit is one of the keys to making this jacket function so well as a golf layer. It fits fairly snug which is designed to trap the heat close to your body so you stay warm. I’ve used this coat for few rounds that started around 40* and I ended up taking it off once it reach 70*. I felt comfortably warm the whole time. The other benefit of a tighter fit is the ability to swing naturally. Bulky coats impede the swing and feel like you either have to adjust the jacket in order to swing normally or you just simply can’t. The ample stretch on the Galvin Green Insula jacket allow for a full turn on every swing, with no bulk to get in the way.
I spent most of my life in the midwest that sees temperatures go sub-zero for months on end and when not freezing it generally has a much smoother temperature transition each day. This jacket is ideal for spring and fall rounds that don’t reach 70*. For the southern golfer, these massive swings in temperature each day require good layering. The Galvin Green Insula Jacket is that perfect AZ layer for golfing. It’s been my “go-to” apparel piece for this winter as it fits perfectly, keeps me warm, and allow me to swing normally. Regardless of location, this is a great layering piece that just about every golfer could use at some point during the year.
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