Friday, December 16, 2011
Cutter & Buck's Fall '12 Men's Line Introduces Warm Yarn Technology
Offering a lightweight double-faced fabric, hollow core fibers recycle body heat to create an insulating layer between the body and garment. Designed for performance, the Warm Yarn Technology’s outer layer moves moisture away from the skin, helping to ensure comfort and performance. The Warm Yarn advantage will be featured in the CB DryTec Fairview Polo, Hudson Bay Mock and Birch Bay Fleece for Fall 2012.
Beyond the Warm Yarn Technology fabrics, the Fall 2012 Men’s CB Collection is marked by performance fleeces, styles that extend beyond active, outdoor use, and performance outerwear that places an accent on lightweight fabrics, steering toward almost “whisper weight.”
Beyond the Course
With high yarn counts, fine wovens, luxurious details, and meticulous craftsmanship, these premium styles were created in true Cutter & Buck fashion. Inspired by the company’s Pacific Northwest heritage where urban life meets the great outdoors, each style exudes causal confidence—from the Kestrel Full Zip Cardigan and Dry Valley Argyle Half Zip to the Benton Corduroy Pant, Performance Point Grey Ombre Stripe and Wilridge Bomber.
Advanced Performance Outerwear
Cutter & Buck’s ProTec Collection features CB DryTec and CB WeatherTec with moisture management, and the ultimate in wind and water protection. The water and wind-resistant CB Weathertec Andren and Sequim jackets are perfect for the fall season.
Cutter & Buck will be an exhibitor at the 59th PGA Merchandise Show, Jan. 26-28 in Orlando, Fla., and can be visited at booth #5657.
For additional information, contact Cutter & Buck at (800) 713-7810 or visit its web site at www.cutterbuck.com.