March '17

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Performance wear is also excellent for re- sorts in warmer locales. The category makes for ideal base layers that wick away sweat, provide odor control, and offer UV protec- tion while guests participate in strenuous activities or explore their sunny destinations. Performance polos are a particularly strong fit for the golf course, offering a more formal vibe so golfers can tee off without worrying about overheating. For cooler locations or spots where tempera- tures dramatically shift, outerwear and jackets are top choices. John Perez, Tri-Mountain, says that three-in- one jacket styles are always great options for ski and mountain resorts. The top layer is remov- able for a light wind- and water-resistant shell on mild days, a fleece jacket for early-morning cold snaps, or all three layers can be worn at once if the weather takes a turn for the worse. Opposite: Lightweight, flowing styles are per- fect for warm-weather resorts and as cover-ups for swimsuits. (Image courtesy Bella + Canvas) Right: Raincoats, pon- chos, and three-in-one styles are ideal for re- sorts in mountainous or rainy areas. (Image cour- tesy alphabroder) 2 0 1 7 M A R C H P R I N T W E A R || 47

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