Equipment review: Nike Golf HyperAdapt Jacket
This Nike Golf HyperAdapt jacket is perfect for any type of weather.
I got a nice little surprise in the mail a few weeks ago when Nike sent me its new HyperAdapt Golf jacket. I love getting new golf equipment and especially when I don't know it's coming.
You can see how sharp it looks above but let me tell you a little bit more about it with a quick equipment Q&A.
What's your favorite thing about it?
Somehow it's both light and heavy at the same time. I would wear it in 65-degree weather and 30-degree weather. It's flexible and waterproof so you're good to go for pretty much any kind of weather you incur on the course.
Does it look good?
Absolutely. I'm a pretty traditional guy when it comes to style on and off the course (not a big fan of Rickie Fowler's closet) and this fits the bill. The jacket Nike sent me is actually the most modern of its three designs and I think all three are really strong looks.
Do you have more photos?
Yes, let's jump in.
Here's the box Nike sent it in. It's really heavy and a created a strong first impression.
This is at the top of the zipper part, up by the beck. It's my favorite part of the jacket.
I love the neon outlines.
Like I said, any kind of weather.
Where can I buy it?
How much does it cost?
$280, and worth every penny.
So how would you rank it?
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