Bright performance fabrics that will help you look, feel and play your best in the heat

Summer Clothes
Schecter Lee
 

Puma Duo-Swing Fair Isle Stripe, $85; puma.com
"CoolCELL" technology combines moisture management with strategically placed airflow features, while the "Duo-Swing" construction reduces friction on the shoulders. The shirt has a UPF (ultralight protection factor) of 40+. (Top left in photo.)

Nike UV Ultra, $70; nikegolf.com
Nike's Dri-FIT jersey material keeps skin dry and cool by enabling sweat to escape to the top of the garment. Added stretch qualities increase freedom of movement during the swing, while UPF 30+ bolsters protection from the sun's rays. (Top right in photo.)

Callaway Chev Piped, $60; callawaygolf.com
The polo shirt has anti-microbial properties, UV protection and vents along the shoulders, back and underarms. Its wicking material is designed to draw moisture to the outer surface of the garment so it dries more quickly. (Middle left in photo.)

FootJoy ProDry Performance Lisle, $66; footjoy.com
In addition to UV sun protection and moisture-wicking properties, the Lisle has an anti-microbial finish that inhibits odor buildup and a stretchy polyester-spandex fabric blend that's wrinkle- and shrink-resistant. (Middle right in photo.)

Cutter & Buck CB DryTec L/S Powell Sun Protection, $76; cutterbuck.com
The moisture-absorbing, 100 percent polyester shirt has long sleeves and UPF 50+ so you'll be burn-free. Side vents and an "action pleat" along the back contribute to the cooling properties. (Bottom left in photo.)

Adidas ClimaCool Faded Plaid Print, $65; adidasgolf.com
Made of 100 percent polyester "ClimaCool" interlock fabric, this stretchy polo features underarm mesh panels for increased ventilation, a modern graphic design, a rib-knit collar and an open-hem sleeve. (Bottom right in photo.)

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