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Leggings from Tail Activewear – They’re Not Just for Tennis

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OK, Tail Activewear’s leggings are not exactly made and marketed for golf. They are actually part of their tennis apparel collections. However, lady golfers get cold too, especially in the early spring and late fall golf seasons. We sampled five pair of leggings from Tail Activewear; some had side pockets, which are perfect by themselves for golf. Others had no pockets, meaning they are great paired with a matching skort. All are available in sizes XS – XXL.

Tail’s Alsey Leggings are made from their compression jersey material. Dot mesh inserts on the bottom half of the legs help keep you cool in warm weather. The flattering brush space dyed fabric has just the right amount of stretch making them an instant favorite for wearing around town or a round of golf.  The side pockets are large enough for all of a golfer’s necessities. There’s also a small pocket on the inside of the waistband. The Alsey Leggings are available in a Light Grey Space Dye fabric. Retail price is $63.

Tail offers several other pair of leggings with pockets including the Danvers and Casey Leggings. The Danvers Leggings are available in an Agility Grey Print with White and Black. They are sewn from Tail’s compression performance jersey fabric and the 87% Polyester/13% Spandex material has all of the stretch a gal needs. UPF 50 sun protection keeps the sun’s harmful rays at bay. Retail price is $63.

The Casey Leggings are also sewn from a black compression jersey material with a performance heathered fabric sewn into the side of the legs. Two mesh inserts in each leg keep you cool on hot days and a small inside pocket is suitable for a ball, marker and tee. The compression fit will help you keep it all together. Retail price is $63.

The Miley Leggings are also sewn from Tail’s 87% Polyester/13% Spandex compression jersey fabric and feature mesh inserts just below the knee to help keep you cool. Galaxy print panels of Purple, Black and White are sewn into the sides creating a cosmic look. Retail price is $63.

Another pocketless leggings design is the Charleston Leggings. These compression leggings are sewn from a performance jersey material which wicks moisture away from the body quickly. UPF 50 keeps you protected from the sun. The Charleston Leggings are available in a Deco Neutral color with Black and Begonia. Retail price is $59.

Now that you’ve added all of these new leggings to you golf wardrobe, you’ll want some new tops to go with them. The Nelly Top comes in a Lavender color and pairs well with the Miley Leggings. The short-sleeved Nelly Top features no collar and a zippered placket. This semi-fitted top is sewn from Tail’s performance jersey fabric and the mesh inserts on the chest keep you looking and feeling cool. The Nelly Top is available in sizes XS – XXL and has a retail price of $63.

The Palmer Top from the Cut Outs collection is a long sleeve top with faux halter detail. The 90% Polyester/10% Spandex performance jersey material has sensational moisture wicking capabilities to keep you dry when things heat up and the UPF 50 provides all the solar protection you’ll need.  It’s available in sizes XS – XXL and in Sunrise with Black. Retail price is $63.

While Tail’s leggings will keep your lower body warm on chilly days, you’ll need something to keep your top half warm. Tail offers several jackets including the Leilani Jacket in a brilliant Red Pepper color. This dashing garment is sewn from Tail’s plush jersey fabric and with 6% Spandex, you’ll have all the stretch you’ll need to get through your golf swing. The full-zip Leilani Jacket features a mock neck and zippered pockets; all three zippers are stainless steel and shine brightly against the background of the red fabric. Ruched trim and rivets on the shoulders add a nice touch. The Leilani Jacket is available in sizes XS – XXL and retails for $89.

The design of Tail’s Shay Jacket is sure to please just about any woman. The Performance Jersey material is 91% Polyester/9% Spandex, giving it enough stretch for any golf swing. The Shay Jacket features a high neck and full-length zipper and front pockets. Sewn in side panels create the ultimate in a slimming effect, giving this garment a great fit. UPF 50 keeps the sun’s rays at bay. The Shay Jacket is available in White with Black inserts and retails for $65.

The Prestine Jacket is made from a compression jersey material that is 87% Polyester/13% Spandex and has all the stretch you’ll need, with no pinching or binding. A zippered placket and pockets keep both you and your valuables safe and secure and the ribbed hem, collar and cuffs help to keep the warmth in on chilly mornings. The Prestine Jacket is available in sizes XS – XXL and in a Boa print with Black & Aurora accents.  Retail price is $89.

If sleeves aren’t your thing, check out the Lee Vest from the Better than Basics collection. It’s sewn with Tail’s quilted fabric and has a UPF of 40.  The Lee Vest features a full-length zipper and zipped pockets and two snaps on each hip allowing you to cinch the vest in for a better fit. It’s available in sizes XS – XXL and in Black only. Retail price is $95.

These are just a few garments that we thought were suitable for either tennis or golf. Who knows, they may become your go to cool weather pieces. Check out both the tennis and golf sections of the website and determine for yourself what other pieces could transcend into the other sport. www.tailactivewear.com.

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David Theoret
David Theoret has been in the golf and golf travel industry for over 12 years, primarily selling online advertising. For the past seven years, he has also been a golf writer, reviewing golf courses, resorts, destinations, equipment, golf apparel, and training aids – the latter of which never seems to help. What started as a dream years ago, by God’s grace, became a reality in 2015 when The Golfin’ Guy editorial marketing company was founded. Working togetherabout-golfin4 with golf course designer Ron Garl; David’s articles and reviews have been posted on many golf travel, equipment, and apparel websites.

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