Galvin Green Unveils Caddie-Inspired Jacket For 1st 2022 Major

Ahead of this year’s opening Major Championship, leading high-performance apparel brand Galvin Green is introducing a limited-edition waterproof jacket inspired by the iconic boiler suits worn at the eagerly anticipated event.

Paying homage to the timeless outfits worn by caddies at one of golf’s most traditional championships, the predominantly White ARVIN GORE-TEX jacket also features shades of Yellow and the fitting Golf Green tone in honor of the famous flagsticks and tournament emblem for a special touch.

“We have placed a great focus on replicating the unmistakable outfit worn by caddies during the first Major of the year in this standout garment,” said Designer Batur Raza Muhammad. “The ARVIN jacket encapsulates the bright white boiler suits and radiant colors that our eyes absorb during the prestigious tournament, plus features the latest waterproof technologies to ensure it performs at the highest level in the most demanding weather conditions.

“The refreshing White color scheme is perfectly complimented by the instantly recognizable colors of the Yellow flagsticks and tournament emblem to offer the modern golfer an exceptional jacket that will turn heads for all the right reasons. It’s only right that we included the aptly named Golf Green color in this limited-edition garment that we’re certain will catch the eye of golf fans across the world during one of the most exciting weeks of the golfing calendar,” he added.

The full-zip ARVIN GORE-TEX Paclite® is constructed using Bluesign®-approved fabric to deliver 100% waterproof and windproof capabilities, plus excellent breathability. Designed with lightweight fabrics for unrestricted freedom of movement, the jacket weighs just 250 grams (in medium size) and features a repositioned side seam and elasticated drawstring at the hem for optimum comfort, plus front pockets to keep hands warm and dry.

The ARVIN jacket from Galvin Green is available in sizes S-3XL from leading stockists and can be viewed at