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8y, 1w agoPosted 8 years, 1 week ago
Hi all, off skiing and need a few items of clothing

i've already got a jacket and goggles, i just need the rest!
salopettes, gloves, and maybe even thermal clothing for underneath.

help would be appreicated, i dont know where to look! google is infested with web pages for this and all of it is too expensive!
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8y, 1w agoPosted 8 years, 1 week ago
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#1
TK Maxx has loads of cheap skiwear!
#2
I would second Chunky's recommendation - TK Maxx. One problem of buying skigear online is you don't get any idea of the weight or quality and to some degree size of the stuff till it's been delivered.
M and M direct is worth a try online.
#3
Tk Maxx it is, got one in town center. damn woulda gone today but bit too late now
#4
[url]www.skiwear4less.com[/url] is good
#5
theyv got a decent price for a thermal set so i might go for that. dont know anything about the make of the stuff they sell so couldnt tell if its quality, although im not too fussed about that
#6
went to tk maxx, so glad i went because its true ud never be able to tell the difference on a website. i paid a normal price (£30, reduced from £80) for a decent pair of salopettes, but probably much better than a £30 pair from the internet! and they had loads of jackets, scarfs hats and gloves to choose from
#7
where are you going......tk max stuff is fine if your doing "tourist" sking in france or something....but im a scottish fan, and go off piste, and climb too......if thats the case....you'll be wanting to save up some serious cash... gore tex all round !
#8
yer erm no im not good enough for quality, definately need cheap to start off with
#9
thats fine then....tk max will do the job. where i live there is a ski sale every year in a school hall.....all second hand stuff.....you can kit out for £100 - clothes, boots, and ski's.....its great for begginners - and pro's too - lots of last seasons race kit sells there........anyway, this isnt helping you.

In my opinion, most important things are socks, gloves, and goggles.......socks are 100% the most important...to tight, and your legs will go to sleep...they need to be "tubes" and wrinkle free....preferibly wool...

Gloves...2 part gloves are good, i.e a waterproof outer, with a fleece inner.

Googles...these will be your best friend...too sunny, GOGGLES, too cold GOGGLES, too windy GOGGLES, misty GOGGLES, snowing GOGGLES....you getting the idea......

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/286124/oakley-o-frame-ski-goggles-19-57-de/

these are decent enough for you !

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