Trade in old waterproofs to a Benross retailer to raise money for cancer research. You will also get a discounted price on a new set of Benross XTEX waterproofs.

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Benross is running a ‘trade in, trade up’ promotion on waterproofs

Benross is running a ‘trade in, trade up’ promotion on waterproofs to raise money for cancer research. Those trading in an old set of waterproofs will get a discount on a new set.

Golfers who trade in old waterproofs to participating Benross retailers will receive £30 off a brand new Benross XTEX Waterproof suit.

This promotion runs until July 30, 2015.

Benross will donate all traded-in clothing to Cancer Research UK shops across the country.

Having the latest, best golf clothing can make a huge difference to your enjoyment of a round of golf, and a good set of waterproofs can be a key component. For the weather and golf have always gone hand-in-hand.

Some of our greatest courses are links layouts which were deliberately designed with the weather providing the course’s main protection. The sea breeze is often a links course greatest defence and a golfer’s greatest challenge to overcome, as Andy Sullivan demonstrates in this video.

Even on glorious still, cloudless days, golfers’ minds turn readily to the matter of the weather, as our own Jeremy Ellwood’s entertainingly rambling weather-related musings have demonstrated.

Benross XTEX Waterproof suits promise to be 100% waterproof and breathable. They incorporate a two-way stretch material to increase freedom of movement and on-course comfort for those swinging in the rain.

The suits also come in a range of colour combinations.

Martin Thompson, Benross Golf Sales Director for the UK and Europe says: “We are really excited to be able to launch this win-win promotion to our UK retailers. The golfer will get £30 off a brand new Benross waterproof suit and at the same time knowing that any garment he/she trades in will be raising money for fantastic cause.”

“I believe this is a real first in the UK golf industry and it will be a tremendous success for all involved,” Mr Thompson adds.