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Tesco Direct ; Mountain Warehouse Ashbourne Mens Fleece £9.99 collect. (Sold by Mountain Warehouse)

£9.99 @ Tesco Direct
Designed in luxurious microfleece, the Ashbourne Fleece from Mountain Warehouse is perfect for layering up with. Thanks to its lightweight nature, it's quick to dry and highly breathable making it gre…
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Designed in luxurious microfleece, the Ashbourne Fleece from Mountain Warehouse is perfect for layering up with. Thanks to its lightweight nature, it's quick to dry and highly breathable making it great for colder excursions, such as hiking in autumn. With a zipped security pocket for your valuables, the Ashbourne is a soft to the touch, anti-pill fleece that's great for keeping in your rucksack when outdoors in windy weather. Microfleece - Very lightweight fleece which provides warmth without weight. Ideal for layering Breathable - Highly breathable fabric lets moisture out, making sure you stay dry on the inside Anti-Pill - The fleece will remain soft and smooth, even after washing Quick Drying - Quick to dry thanks to its absorbent fibres Half Zip - Opens at the neck for more comfort, extra ventilation and a great look Pockets - One zipped security pocket Layer It - Perfect for layering. Anti-Pill.

£14.99 on MW website...£9.99 looks a good buy to me.

https://www.mountainwarehouse.com/mens/fleece/mens-micro-fleece/ashbourne-fleece-p11121.aspx/blue

original price £29
- jonnithomas
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#1
https://img.cdn.mountainwarehouse.com/rs/productimages/021/021405_BLA_ASHBOURNE_MENS_FLEECE_SS14_1_l.jpg?w=175
https://img.cdn.mountainwarehouse.com/rs/productimages/021/021405_BLU_ASHBOURNE_FLEECE_WAR_SS15_1_l.jpg?w=175

Edited By: mykaloen on Dec 05, 2016 12:42
#2
Thanks op
#3
thanks
#4
Cheers OP. Hot and ordered.
#5
Thanks OP.
#6
Only in 3XL and Blue now.
#7
Thanks op hot.ordered 1 blue lrg 1 black lrg just ordered 10 min ago...comes up as blue xxxl but change options to your size/colour bit slow but eventually comes up.
#9
Are these like the Trespass ones that shrink 2 sizes after a wash?
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neoboy
Are these like the Trespass ones that shrink 2 sizes after a wash?

Only if you're terrible at washing clothes properly, or tumble dry them on high heat, etc...
I have a couple of Trespass fleeces, and the only difference between them and the Berghaus/North Face ones I have is the price (they are all made with polyester). I reckon you need to learn how to use your washing machine.

Edited By: horsepills on Dec 05, 2016 16:41
#11
Also available at same price on Amazon if it helps
#12
Thanks, ordered - most sizes are available at the moment
2 Likes #13
44p Quidco cashback too..."every little helps" (_;)
#14
Bargain good fleeces but.. insisted I change my password. Went through process few times wouldn't accept changes. Gave up.
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horsepills
neoboy
Are these like the Trespass ones that shrink 2 sizes after a wash?
Only if you're terrible at washing clothes properly, or tumble dry them on high heat, etc...
I have a couple of Trespass fleeces, and the only difference between them and the Berghaus/North Face ones I have is the price (they are all made with polyester). I reckon you need to learn how to use your washing machine.

Cheers for the judgement and presuming chap/chapette, signifies the community spirit of HUKD.
#16
neoboy
horsepills
neoboy
Are these like the Trespass ones that shrink 2 sizes after a wash?
Only if you're terrible at washing clothes properly, or tumble dry them on high heat, etc...
I have a couple of Trespass fleeces, and the only difference between them and the Berghaus/North Face ones I have is the price (they are all made with polyester). I reckon you need to learn how to use your washing machine.
Cheers for the judgement and presuming chap/chapette, signifies the community spirit of HUKD.

Ooh, sorry - did I hurt your feelings with my awful comments about your washing skills? Terrible, ain't I?

Edited By: horsepills on Dec 05, 2016 20:11
#18
good find
#19
good find op
#20
horsepills
neoboy
horsepills
neoboy
Are these like the Trespass ones that shrink 2 sizes after a wash?
Only if you're terrible at washing clothes properly, or tumble dry them on high heat, etc...
I have a couple of Trespass fleeces, and the only difference between them and the Berghaus/North Face ones I have is the price (they are all made with polyester). I reckon you need to learn how to use your washing machine.
Cheers for the judgement and presuming chap/chapette, signifies the community spirit of HUKD.
Ooh, sorry - did I hurt your feelings with my awful comments about your washing skills? Terrible, ain't I?

Nope more amused by a presumptuous and unhelpful comment that then goes on to sweeping generalisation that all of fleeces are the same because they use polyester. Talk about irony ;)
#21
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Verbal, dramatic, and situational irony are often used for emphasis in the assertion of a truth. The ironic form of simile, used in sarcasm, and some forms of litotes can emphasize one's meaning by the deliberate use of language which states the opposite of the truth, denies the contrary of the truth, or drastically and obviously understates a factual connection.[2]
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#22
Bought these from Ebay. Tesco wouldn't accept my order.Two arrived today, well packed. Look good, are fairly warm . Great for price.
#23
Ordered on ebay lastnight £9.99 free next day delivery.

Got it this morning. Decent quality, lightweight, comfortable. Not very thick at all, but quite warm
#24
Picked mine up today and will be returning them, very thin, shapeless, not nice tops
#25
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