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Fila Ski Pants / Salopettes for £30.00 @ SportsDirect from £149

£30.00 @ Sports Direct
Anyone off to the slopes? Sports Direct have a few bargains on their site, particularly in Fila and Airwalk clothing. Jackets are reduced from £199 to £40, and the trousers from £149 to £30! Great dea… Read More
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Anyone off to the slopes? Sports Direct have a few bargains on their site, particularly in Fila and Airwalk clothing. Jackets are reduced from £199 to £40, and the trousers from £149 to £30! Great deals and lots of sizes at the moment. Spend over £50 to get free standard delivery, otherwise, it's £3.95.
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#1
Picture of sample jacket should anyone be interested. Not me modelling.

http://www.sportsdirect.com/images/products/40606090_m.jpg
#2
Don't Believe The Hype, these were NEVER £149 (except at the obscure Sports Direct HQ at Shirebrook)
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Tom Pickering
Don't Believe The Hype, these were NEVER £149 (except at the obscure Sports Direct HQ at Shirebrook)


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#4
This is true as they always have Airwalk ski jackets and Skiwear at cheap prices around Dec/Jan, yet always say the original price was unbelivably high when in reality nobody would pay that.

You could get a cheap Spider or Soloman for £200 so would hardly buy Airwalk.

Saying that £40 is a good a price for a ski jacket as long as it has the proper linings and breathable materials.
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Tom Pickering;7692121
Don't Believe The Hype, these were NEVER £149 (except at the obscure Sports Direct HQ at Shirebrook)

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You get what you pay for, and I personally wouldn't pay for these. I got a bargain on some O'Neill snowbaording trousers for £80 a couple of years ago and they've kept me nice and toasty and looking good for a few holidays. I've also worn them to work a few times this winter!
With these cheap ones, I wouldn't trust them to keep the cold/water out. They could end up ruining your holiday.

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