Berghaus Gloves - various styles mens+ladies £7.50 collect instore Debenhams
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Berghaus Gloves - various styles mens+ladies £7.50 collect instore Debenhams

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Found 7th Jan 2015
Been scanning the Debanhams blue cross sale and came across Berghaus gloves in the sale.

There are 5 different styles on offer , some are for women , some for men. But all in stock. If you collect from store then £7.50 is all you will pay.

There are also various colours Berghaus beanies for £7.50 and there are various Berghaus skiing type hats for £9.

Grab them while they are available.

Very god price for Berghaus gloves

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Not bad, pity about the delivery cost.

Banned

Has the berghaus brand been sold off to the chinese or something

sounds like a good price

Original Poster

WillieGallimore

Has the berghaus brand been sold off to the chinese or something



No. It is still owned by Ponteland - who use China to manufacture their products but Ponteland staff are in the factories to ensure that quality is maintained.

WillieGallimore

Has the berghaus brand been sold off to the chinese or something


These are fleece gloves, warm in the dry but all but useless in the wet without an outer layer of some kind .A good price but not exactly goretex.

Looks like another quality brand going down market.
Edited by: "errrr2" 8th Jan 2015

Original Poster

TrevT

These are fleece gloves, warm in the dry but all but useless in the wet … These are fleece gloves, warm in the dry but all but useless in the wet without an outer layer of some kind .A good price but not exactly goretex.



Why bring goretex into the discussion.. They are never going to be goretex for £7.50 - some people's comments baffle me

gusco

Why bring goretex into the discussion.. They are never going to be … Why bring goretex into the discussion.. They are never going to be goretex for £7.50 - some people's comments baffle me



at this time of year that comment about gortex and getting wet is very relevant. I have several fleece gloves which are fine in the cold but the least rain and they take two days to dry unless you tumble dry them.

You may not have liked williG's comment but there is no need to give what sounded like an aggressive response. btw, I bought one of my thinsulate fleece gloves for £3.50 last year !

good price, good gloves and a great brand. nice find op. I bought some last year and they are fine for the current weather.

kintheuk

good price, good gloves and a great brand. nice find op. I bought some … good price, good gloves and a great brand. nice find op. I bought some last year and they are fine for the current weather.




all I can think is that you walk in your garden shed !!! Fine for the current weather ?!?! Are you in Australia ? oh, hold on, is your walk from your front door to the car perhaps ?

I walk my dog daily for at least an hour a time so perhaps more than most people but I assure you these gloves are not fine for the rain in the UK in the winter.

jonnithomas

all I can think is that you walk in your garden shed !!! Fine for the … all I can think is that you walk in your garden shed !!! Fine for the current weather ?!?! Are you in Australia ? oh, hold on, is your walk from your front door to the car perhaps ?I walk my dog daily for at least an hour a time so perhaps more than most people but I assure you these gloves are not fine for the rain in the UK in the winter.


No I walk for 30 minutes every day rain or shine and I personally do not have a problem with them, they are not waterproof and they are not £100 so don't expect them to be goretex and suitable for climbing mountains or scuba diving or arctic missions but I use mine when I walk the dog as well.
Edited by: "kintheuk" 12th Jan 2015

kintheuk

No I walk for 30 minutes every day rain or shine and I personally do not … No I walk for 30 minutes every day rain or shine and I personally do not have a problem with them, they are not waterproof and they are not £100 so don't expect them to be goretex and suitable for climbing mountains or scuba diving or arctic missions but I use mine when I walk the dog as well.





ahh OK, well perhaps you don't walk in the rain then ? Who knows.

All I can say is I have three pairs and they take two days to dry when they are wet unless I tumble dry them. I cannot understand how yours stay dry tho. Did you walk in the recent storms at all ? My gloves were soaked and I could wring them out when I got in..

So no, not for mountain climbing. Simply walking my dog on the coast in Brighton.
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