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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
My 12 year old niece is going skiing in 4 weeks time and wants to know where to get all her "gear" from................

As I have no idea, can any of you guys point me in the right direction ???

Thanks in Advance.....

Dino.
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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1 Like #1
Lots of places inc. Blacks, Decathlon even TK Maxx
She should be able to hire the boots and skis out there
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h and m
1 Like #3
snow and rock, TK maxx, Sports direct (for gloves),

Also like post above says, best to hire boots and ski's out there before getting a set.
1 Like #4
M&MDirect might be worth a look :)
1 Like #5
As others have said TK Maxx always have quite a good selection
1 Like #6
Both these companies are flogging ski stuff at the moment.

It looks reasonable.

If it's the first time skiing then don't spend a bomb in case they do not like it.

Skis and boots you must definately get out there.

Goggles and (and) sunglasses are a must.

Once again Aldi had some good double lens ones
1 Like #7
my sister got all the familys stuff from TK Maxx.

If you don't mind second hand Ebay might be worth a look?
#8
You guys are just awesome.....................................

Will add rep to you all when I can.......... Thanks for a speedy response :D
[helper]#9
Try [url]www.tchibo.co.uk[/url]

If you have an Aldi or Lidl nearby check them as well.....
http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/html/offers/2827_8393.htm
#10
Got some brilliant stuff from TK Maxx as others have said - great gloves, waterproof warm and lightweight jacket, and some cool comfy socks too...all for about £40. The jacket on its own should be over £100, and well worth it, as I did a week's skiing without needing any thermal t-shirts/vests/jumpers to keep warm.

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