Are women's golf jackets good for winter golfing?
KINONA boasts about the versatility behind our women's golf jackets and their flexibility under any weather condition. If you're looking for a jacket to keep you warm in the winter or warm in colder weather - you cannot go wrong with our jackets.
What materials are used in women's golf jackets from KINONA?
Nylon/Lycra blend is our secret sauce in our women's golf jackets and primarily ALL KINONA products. This material blend is a magical shape-shifting material that conforms to your body and reacts to your temperatures.
Which KINONA golf jacket is the most sold golf jacket?
Our Quilted and Cozy Golf Jacket is currently the top seller - however this product is in our final sales collection and soon will be unavailable. If you're looking for the next best seller - any of our shrugs rank #2 by far in amount of sales.
What benefits do your women's golf jackets have over others on the market?
Our women's golf jackets have many of benefits - the top three benefits of our golf jackets is: #1. They are UPF 50+ sun resistant meaning you won't have to worry about sun-sickness, or fatigue as quick as others. #2. Our unique fabric combination is moisture wicking and designed to keep you cool under harsh conditions, and not cold in cold situations. #3. KINONA is women founded and women led and we've dedicated our business to serving our female customer base which means we've perfected the craft.
What do you recommend I wear under my women's golf vest?
Our women's golf vests are designed to be compatible with the majority of KINONA products. If you're looking for a quick solution here, we suggest any of our women's long sleeve golf shirts.
What season is your women's golf vests best in?
The cool part of KINONA and all of our clothes (not only our vests) is that they're adaptable to each season. The vests in particular can be worn in the summer if you wish but they are best for colder seasons such as winter because of their adaptability, the fabrics used in the vests adapt to your bodies temperature. In the summer, they're moisture wicking and can keep you cool. In the winter, the radiant fabrics attack the coldness of your body with a warmer experience.