The premium quality PlayBrave Chester track jacket can be combined with the Leon pant to create a stylish and elegant tracksuit. The garment is both breathable and water-resistant and ideal for use in various conditions.
Launched in 2010, PlayBrave is a privately owned British company based in Essex that produces luxurious high performance sportswear, which can be found in some of the most prestigious establishments and finest clubs in the world such as The Queen’s Club, St. George’s Hill Lawn Tennis Club, Stoke Park Country Club, The Hurlingham Club and Meadowood in California.
All of PlayBrave’s garments are made with the finest quality materials and have been designed to give you optimal freedom of movement by positioning each panel to stretch and move with you – thereby avoiding any “pull” effect on your natural swing.
The PlayBrave Philosophy
Life is all about right now, the moment, this very second and the instinctive choices we make – and sport is the epitome of this philosophy.
When you are break point down in a tough match and you have the chance to play a winner, do you take that chance with the confidence of a champion or do you play it safe – and give your opponent the chance to play a winner against you?
Do you take the shot at goal when you have that fleeting chance or do you pass to a team mate? Do you try to run out of your own 22 to set up an attack or do you kick for touch? Do you drive for the green or lay up short to avoid the bunkers?
Sport is all about being as good as you can be throughout each and every moment and having the concentration and confidence to use your skills to their full extent in spite of the pressure.
This philosophy requires bravery - the bravery to control your fear and to play freely without the tension that fear imposes, to PlayBrave.
• Breathable design
• Water resistant
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