Sunice's Ultimate V6 jacket uses silver fibers

Tiger Woods plays his second shot to the 3rd hole during his singles match against International Team's Ernie Els of South Africa on the last day of the Presidents Cup 2003 Golf Tournament at Fancourt Golf Estate in George, South Africa, Sunday, Nov. 23, 2003

Sunice's Ultimate V6 jacket uses silver fibers


Sunice's Ultimate V6 jacket uses silver fibers

Sunice’s X-Static fabric technology in the Hurricane Collection Ultimate V6 Jacket is the company’s unique element in rainwear.

The X-Static stretch lining is silver fiber woven into the fabric to kill bacteria. Thus, the jacket never retains odor. The silver technology is exclusive to the Montreal-based company’s golf attire.

The jacket also uses Gore-Tex Paclite Technology, which allows perspiration to escape the inside.

“(We wanted) to create a piece that had everything that a true, core golfer would want in a performance standpoint,” said Derek Faith, vice president of sales. “It’s really a player’s jacket. It is functional, and Sunice is different because of the fashion we put into our clothing.”

The back of the Ultimate V6 jacket has stretch panel inserts to increase mobility and breathability during a golf swing, as well as a cinching system at the waist.

The jacket, available in S-XXXL, comes in two colors: black and blue. Cost: $500.


More Golfweek