Aldi winter cycling men's jacket heavy reduce in-store today £3.99
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Aldi winter cycling men's jacket heavy reduce in-store today £3.99

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LocalFound 3rd Jan
While at Aldi Castleford store I noticed winter cycling jackets reduce to £5.99 from original price £16.99 but at the tills scanned further reduce to £3.99 I got the men's jacket in large notice some stock left in men's size small medium and large and plenty ladies version of winter cycling jackets I have few Aldi cycling gear very happy why paid more not sure if available other stores
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Team tarn...Hmm... You get around a bit don't you... Nike Castleford...then Aldi Castleford....where is the Aldi in Castleford?
Hot for price but all black isn't a great choice with the early nights. Has some reflective detailing but you aren't going to be very visible so pair with some decent lights of you want to be seen. Not voted either way.
Robjh3rd Jan

Team tarn...Hmm... You get around a bit don't you... Nike …Team tarn...Hmm... You get around a bit don't you... Nike Castleford...then Aldi Castleford....where is the Aldi in Castleford?



Next to the train station.

I agree with w0nky - not a good deal as cycling clothing should make you visible to other road users. Anyone more concerned with fashion than their own safety shouldn't be riding a bike!
Aldi clearance reductions like this are store specific.
Any reflective material on the back, please? Most of the Aldi (Crane?) stuff has some detailing if it is cycle wear.

Unfortunately, the reflective dots on my prior Aldi jackets have worn off!
This might be okay to wear for commuting though no good for wearing if you intend cycling long distances. I actually bought this top at the full price in September, I've only wore it once since buying it. I cycled round Richmond Park a few times when the weather started to get a bit colder. When I got home and took the jacket off I noticed my base layer was absolutely saturated, almost as if someone had thrown a bucket of water over me, I couldn't believe what I saw. I was sweating like a chicken.

It states on their website: Breathable fabric with Bionic Finish® for moisture management. My arse it is.

I also dispute about what people are saying about wearing black during the dark winter nights. I generally wear black all the time. I find it's not what you wear, it's how you cycle, after all carelessness costs lives. Also, in general, most motorists are very courteous in my experience, those who aren't are in the minority. In my opinion what keeps you safe are well charged bright lights and not necessarily the clothes you wear. The only time I had issues with motorists, near misses, was when I was using my CatEye Cube for a short while, which is a load of rubbish incidentally and not very safe to use, not the brightest of lights, when waiting for my current light to arrive.

This is anecdotal of course though this is what I've experienced.
Edited by: "LemonHead" 3rd Jan
fishwibbler3 h, 56 m ago

Any reflective material on the back, please? Most of the Aldi (Crane?) …Any reflective material on the back, please? Most of the Aldi (Crane?) stuff has some detailing if it is cycle wear.Unfortunately, the reflective dots on my prior Aldi jackets have worn off!


Yes, the back is the same as the women's jacket which is still available on their website.

aldi.co.uk/ladies%27-winter-cycling-jacket/p/077558168731801
Edited by: "LemonHead" 3rd Jan
I nearly forgot to mention, I was in Kingston Upon Thames Aldi store Christmas Eve, I noticed there were quite a few of the women's winter cycling jackets on offer as well. Can't remember how much they were selling for though were reduced in price.
Edited by: "LemonHead" 3rd Jan
Reduced in my local Aldi (Dunston) to £11.99. No idea of what they are scanning as because I didn't buy after finding out they are slim fit (and I am not!).
UncleWilly3rd Jan

Next to the train station.I agree with w0nky - not a good deal as cycling …Next to the train station.I agree with w0nky - not a good deal as cycling clothing should make you visible to other road users. Anyone more concerned with fashion than their own safety shouldn't be riding a bike!


Simply answer I wear a visible yellow vest I always carry
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