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Posted 21 February 2024

ADIDAS Terrex Skyclimb Gore-Tex Infinium Ski Touring Women's Jacket / Terrex Gore-Tex Infinium Shell Ski Touring Trousers - each W/Code

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Reduced from £220 to £44, get adidas Terrex Skyclimb Gore Soft Shell Ski Touring Jacket Womens for £35.20 with code OUTLET20

Reduced from £220 to £44, get adidas Terrex ski touring trousers womens for £35.20
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adidas | Terrex Skyclimb Gore Soft Shell Ski Touring Jacket Womens
Size: XS- L

Hit the slopes in style with the adidas Terrex Skyclimb Gore Soft Shell Ski Touring Jacket. This jacket is designed for the adrenaline-seeking skier, with its windproof and water-resistant GORE-TEX INFINIUM soft shell construction. Crafted from 100% nylon plain weave, this jacket is both durable and lightweight, allowing you to conquer the mountain with ease. The fitted and elastane hood ensures a snug fit, while the stretch woven inserts provide freedom of movement for those daring twists and turns on the slopes.

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With its slim fit and full zip with a fitted hood, this jacket provides a sleek and stylish look. The elastane hem and cuffs offer a comfortable and secure fit, keeping the cold air out and the warmth in. Featuring zip pockets on the front, you can safely store your essentials while staying focused on the slopes. To complete the look, the adidas Terrex logo is proudly displayed on the chest. Composition: 100% Nylon, Machine washable, follow care instructions.



adidas | Terrex ski touring trousers womens
Size: XXS-3XL

Explore the rolling hills and enjoy blankets of snow in the comfort of these adidas Terrex ski touring trousers. Expertly made from 100% polyamide these ski pants enhance your comfort with the GORE-TEX INFINIUM™ soft shell making these ski trousers both wind and water-resistant blended with the stretchy woven fabric, helping you keep put the cold and stay covered from the stormy weather, perfect for your explorative ensemble.

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Fusing fashion with function these ski trousers feature large front zip pockets with beacon pocket security feature adjustable cuffs these trousers are compatible with a wide range of ski boots, for further convenience. Featuring zip vents on the sides these stretchy ski trousers offer on-demand cooling whilst their eye-catching panelled design makes for a vibrant addition to your active attire whilst the subtle adidas branding creates a touch of quiet luxury for a distinctive finish.

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  1. ThisIsFitz's avatar
    £35.20 each
    parisp's avatar
    Agreed think the title is misleading and don’t believe it would be half the heat if people realised it was per item
  2. Xippi's avatar
    Seen far, far worse looking gear than this on the slopes. In any case, ski gear is to ski in not be seen in. Great price for what is good quality technical clothing
  3. daveB67's avatar
    Note - These are Gore-Tex infinium - not fully waterproof Gore-Tex. There is a major difference - these are not designed to be completely waterproof - you ski in these in the snow/rain you will eventually get wet. Great for blue sky days and mild flurries and the price is a real bargain.
    For a weeks on-piste skiing in average weather these will do just fine, but if you are heading into deep powder, or skiiing in heavy snow or (agghhhh) rain it will get in.

    And I like the colour scheme - Think it should be renamed marmite cos its a love it / haye it look :-)
    lolcatmaroon123's avatar
    Goretex is no longer a material but a brand because of the forever chemicals it left behind. Essentially it was like teflon. Regulation etc has made it basically just a brand with some DWP.
  4. Freecyclist's avatar
    Are they purposely made this bad? To be seen in snow?
    CardboardCutout's avatar
    Seems alright on a person in my opinion52243123-0oG29.jpg
  5. shanemaxell's avatar
    Reminds me of the kind of outfit a character would wear in a generic sci fi game
    EugeneVictorTooms's avatar
    I believe I said I have a similar outfit in Starfield the last time this was posted.

    Generic sci fi game, checks out!
  6. vornstar13's avatar
    Can see why it's cheap.
    JoShmo's avatar
    Was it the price that gave it away?
  7. Clay92's avatar
    Imagine hitting the slopes in this then bumping into other HDUK users wearing the same. You'd have to give them the nod wouldn't you?
  8. Fernando_Medeiros's avatar
    Oh so the 80s and 90s Wind Suits are coming back?
  9. underrated33's avatar
    Arrived but unfortuately (and as expected) these are thinner than paper.....
    lolcatmaroon123's avatar
    They are cheap AF and for ski touring though, so great for some cross country mild journey in Scandinavia and so forth
  10. bogzy's avatar
    Ordered, got them this week.
    firstly size seems really small so had to send them back.
    secondly, they charge another fiver to send them back, I'm now £10 out of pocket.
    Never again HOF

    and yes they are cheap af
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