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Montane Men's Featherlite Down Pro Pull On - medium £124.99 @ Go outdoors (Price Match)
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Montane Men’s Featherlite Down Pro Pull On size medium. Go Outdoors pricematched https://www.sportsshoes.com/product/mon1015/montane-featherlite-down-pro-pull~on-jacket-~-aw17/ … Read more
Cold on deals from here and matalan
aonlet me get this straight you went me to pay upjust to walk through the door
ThanksForThat2 m ago

That's cheap for a down jacket- I was expecting them to be synthetic for …That's cheap for a down jacket- I was expecting them to be synthetic for that price, but they're not. Nice find


Definatly down as I have one for walking the dog and it does lose the odd feather now and again.
paulj486 m ago

The ones in decathlon are ok if you don’t mind the no name ‘brand’ various …The ones in decathlon are ok if you don’t mind the no name ‘brand’ various ones around £30 to £40.


That's cheap for a down jacket- I was expecting them to be synthetic for that price, but they're not. Nice find
mgregory06 m ago

Can anyone recommend a cheapest alternative, please!


The ones in decathlon are ok if you don’t mind the no name ‘brand’ various ones around £30 to £40.
Can anyone recommend a cheapest alternative, please!
Vango ultralite 200 sleeping bag. D of E bargain. Go Outdoors instore - £52.19 Any store using price match system
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Needed a sleeping bag for daughter had to be compact, light and 3 season. In go outdoors they are £79.99 but a quick Google shows a shop called summit outdoors in Paisley with st… Read more
ThanksForThat13th Feb

You're talking about one specific incident- 3rd-hand experience gained …You're talking about one specific incident- 3rd-hand experience gained from kids on their first camping trip under the supervision of professionals in a semi-controlled environment- and applying that tiny bit of knowledge to an entire world of locations and situations of which you haven't the faintest idea of what you're talking about because from your own admission you've never done it- which to be honest makes you a total moron. If you carry on dishing out advice like that, at some point someone will get hurt or worse. You remind me of these people who are constantly draining the resources of Mountain Rescue because they got stuck up the side of a mountain without the foggiest idea of what they were doing. I don't think I've ever seen anyone openly admitting to having no knowledge or experience on a subject while simultaneously proclaiming to be an expert on the matter. That really is a new one on me!


Well said. Common sense isn't that common these days.......
A £50 sleeping bags is not always better than a cheaper one. it is like saying a £50 Adidas t-shirt is better quality than a £10 unbranded one.

If you are is pathetic tent, you may be cold. If you are in a well insulated and erected tent then it is different. It is not just about the sleeping bag. There are other factors, including what you wear when you sleep in the bag.

The OP did not state he was going up a mountain and did not have a decent tent. The mention is for DoE.

I repeat a £50 sleeping bag is not required for a basic DoE trip. Not one single child at my son's grammar school had such an expensive bag. We were told at the meeting it was not necessary.

Ask the school!
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 13th Feb
ThanksForThat1 h, 31 m ago

You're talking about one specific incident- 3rd-hand experience gained …You're talking about one specific incident- 3rd-hand experience gained from kids on their first camping trip under the supervision of professionals in a semi-controlled environment- and applying that tiny bit of knowledge to an entire world of locations and situations of which you haven't the faintest idea of what you're talking about because from your own admission you've never done it- which to be honest makes you a total moron. If you carry on dishing out advice like that, at some point someone will get hurt or worse. You remind me of these people who are constantly draining the resources of Mountain Rescue because they got stuck up the side of a mountain without the foggiest idea of what they were doing. I don't think I've ever seen anyone openly admitting to having no knowledge or experience on a subject while simultaneously proclaiming to be an expert on the matter. That really is a new one on me!


I couldn't have put it better myself - though I suspect that he/she is actually just intending to wind people up with their comments. Surely nobody is that clueless...

"A £10 bag was fine for my son and his mates on a DofE trip, so nobody should ever need to spend more than £50 on one"! I mean..what??!
Common.Sense19 m ago

It depends how good the tent is as well.It was -5 when mine went and they …It depends how good the tent is as well.It was -5 when mine went and they were not cold in the £10 bag.They also had a mat and wore warm bed clothes.Not one child spent £50 on a sleeping bag.Ask the school what they should buy.We can all afford a £100 bag, but it is not required.


You're talking about one specific incident- 3rd-hand experience gained from kids on their first camping trip under the supervision of professionals in a semi-controlled environment- and applying that tiny bit of knowledge to an entire world of locations and situations of which you haven't the faintest idea of what you're talking about because from your own admission you've never done it- which to be honest makes you a total moron.

If you carry on dishing out advice like that, at some point someone will get hurt or worse. You remind me of these people who are constantly draining the resources of Mountain Rescue because they got stuck up the side of a mountain without the foggiest idea of what they were doing.

I don't think I've ever seen anyone openly admitting to having no knowledge or experience on a subject while simultaneously proclaiming to be an expert on the matter. That really is a new one on me!
horsepills12th Feb

Saying that it's "not required" is such a sweeping statement though. It …Saying that it's "not required" is such a sweeping statement though. It might not be required for you personally, but there are plenty of people who absolutely need to spend £50 or considerably more than that on a sleeping bag. If you do a fair bit of wild camping in winter, you're likely to want a down filled bag or similar - £50 would be a minimum for one of those. So no, it is not "common sense not to spend £50 on a sleeping bag" in those circumstances - it's downright lunacy.



It depends how good the tent is as well.
It was -5 when mine went and they were not cold in the £10 bag.
They also had a mat and wore warm bed clothes.
Not one child spent £50 on a sleeping bag.
Ask the school what they should buy.
We can all afford a £100 bag, but it is not required.
Freedom Trail Men's Essential Baffled Jacket £25 including discount card (free C+C) @ go outdoors
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£20 is the price with a discount card(£5 per year) so all in all £25.
What's a baffled jacket? What do you wear with it - confused trousers????
I have one of these. Whilst the quality isn’t the best it does a good job of keeping you warm and is fine in showers etc! £20 or £25 with the discount card is good value. Hope this helps
Been this price for a while now. Tried one on - nice jacket, synthetic fibre, and no water resistance, but really struggled with the fit so couldn't keep it. A down jacket in their range is only £10 more, which might be a better buy for some people.
kramvic3 h, 28 m ago

OK no problem, let me know when you post your 1st deal so I can look and …OK no problem, let me know when you post your 1st deal so I can look and decide if to vote hot or cold.


Pretty sure this was sarcastic
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Five ten impact low mountain bike shoes £50 @ Go Outdoors
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These mountain bike shoes are highly rated and RRP is £100. GoOutdoors are selling at half price with store card. Store card cost £5 if you don't have one. Still £55 all-in, bargai… Read more
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these things are proper chunky. I like them, really solid. Maybe a bit too much for summer but right now they are perfect.
w0nky8 h, 9 m ago

Think u were unlucky, had mine 2 years, occasionally hose them down with …Think u were unlucky, had mine 2 years, occasionally hose them down with the bike and they are like new...ish


Nope it’s a common issue
Just had a pair of these replaced after just 2 months when the heel padding 'collapsed', meaning the shoe would just fall off your heel when riding or walking. I also find them clunky (ride flats) - miss the Exum Guide's I rode for years before they were discontinued

Took ages to get my replacements too, as the dealer said 5 Ten were 'swamped' with warranty requests. Not sure that's encouraging, but at least they replaced them and it's a great price OP
Think u were unlucky, had mine 2 years, occasionally hose them down with the bike and they are like new...ish
I might have just been unlucky but the soles starting peeling off my vxi (using DMR Vaults) Minimal use 10-15hrs maybe. Putting me off buying again.
Kona Jake 2017 CX (Tiagra) £539.99 price matched at Go Outdoors.
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I just picked up the pretty decent spec Cyclocross for £539.99 from Go Outdoors when price matched with Winstanley Bikes. Winstanley have the bike for £599.99 - Go Outdoors will m… Read more
Did anyone get this bike? if so is it worth it?

They have 1 in stock in my local store

I'm tempted
How is this a price glitch?
shame they only stock L and just in two shops from what i've seen (it's collection only)
Great deal.
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Looks ace for the price @sbchilton
Go Outdoors - Karrimor Bodmin Low Brown £10 - in store only
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Just been to Go Outdoors Oxford today and they had limited stock of Karrimor Bodmin Low walking shoes, in brown. When I left they had 7 and 9's left in the store. Maybe worth call… Read more
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youngrobbo6 m ago

Damn, could’ve done with that today. Renewed mine, which pushed 2 pairs of …Damn, could’ve done with that today. Renewed mine, which pushed 2 pairs of walking shoes to a massive £12.50 each


Not everyone is minted like you
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guttediam1 h, 11 m ago

Sometimes they do this …Sometimes they do this https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/milton-keynes-go-outdoors-discount-card-is-free-until-september-2762235& I want one


Damn, could’ve done with that today. Renewed mine, which pushed 2 pairs of walking shoes to a massive £12.50 each
guttediam2 h, 48 m ago

Still waiting for a free discount card grrrrrrrr, Heat Added

How do you get it for free & not £5?
Still waiting for a free discount card grrrrrrrr, Heat Added
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Salomon Quest 4D 2 GTX - £107 Price match at GoOutdoors with pricematch @ Go Outdoors
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Salomon Quest 4D 2 GTX Normally £125 at Go Outdoors sale. But on Salomon's web site it is priced at £119, or even better on sportsshoe.com it is £102. GoOutdoors has a price beat g… Read more
Got these for £97 a year ago so not gr8 £101.99 at sportsshoe.com then 10% off Go outdoors price added so many many better deals than this includes gaynors
My partner and I both have these boots and they are substantially better than the Berghaus boots we had prior. They have managed snow, torrential rain, sodden boggy ground, slippery rock and sub zero temperatures in the Lake District and have kept our feet warm and dry. They tend to be small fitting, in my case one size up although She Who Must Be Obeyed found a perfect fit at her usual size. Both pairs are still going strong after a year.
I've been looking at these for the past couple of days and pricematched them this morning as well. The only reason I didn't buy them was the reports of water ingress after a short while. Check it out on Google
Calibre Gravel bike at Gooutdoors reduced to £555
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Including membership at a fiver, I've put it down as £555, but a penny under £550 if you are already a member. A very decent bike as a fast commuter or all-rounder. This would be g… Read more
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As ever in internet debates we will agree to differ but will look again when carbon forks start getting long warranties to match steel and forum posts about carbon forks failing become a rarity.
bonzobanana11 h, 24 m ago

I understand the weight upgrade but surely with chromoly forks often …I understand the weight upgrade but surely with chromoly forks often having up to lifetime guarantees and carbon forks mostly having short guarantees it can hardly be described as a strength upgrade. It's pretty clear many carbon forks fail.Just look at Decathlon and their bikes which is typical of many suppliers. Lifetime warranty on steel forks, 2 year warranty on carbon. Why would a stronger more durable product have a short guarantee compared to lifetime for a weaker product. It's clear Decathlon know the steel forks won't fail. No one offers a lifetime warranty on something unless they are pretty sure it is almost unbreakable under most situations. Same with carbon frames vs steel, lifetime on steel/aluminium but 5 years on the main frame for a carbon frame. So even the carbon frame warranty is much longer than the forks. Also Decathlon have very low weight limits compared to competitors. They set it at 100kg minus the weight of the bike, accessories etc. For a 15kg bike that is 85kg or less which is 50kg less than the full recommended 136kg/300lb weight limit of the bicycle safety standard for non-performance bikes. Their warranty is voided anyway if you ride above their weight limits. You'd think Decathlon having such low weight limits they could extend the warranty on their carbon forks if such forks were stronger. Also remember with carbon its far easier to show abuse and prevent warranty claims too due to the way carbon breaks or shows damage. Steel can hide abuse much more easily. I'm not saying that a carbon fork can't be stronger than a steel fork but there is a huge amount of evidence on the side of steel especially with people still riding steel bikes 70-80 years old, many post ww2 bikes still on the road.https://www.decathlon.co.uk/triban-100-road-bike-id_8377732.htmlhttps://www.decathlon.co.uk/triban-500-se-road-bike-id_8306187.htmlLastly saw this about a Saracen bike;http://www.bikeradar.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=40012&t=13086820Same stable as Genesis both from Madison. The older Saracen frames before they went to the wall were made by Merida but don't know who makes the Madison Saracen bikes but that looks really dodgy the way the frame has fractured. Prefer good old over-engineering myself. The Carrera and Voodoo range at Halfords may not be the lightest frames but they rarely break where as the more performance focused and lighter Boardman range has had some frame failures and recalls.



Beg to differ on manufacturers offering lifetime warranty on products they know will not fail - prime example is Cannondale who had the nickname for a while of crack and fail - mainly as they put their tolerances to the limit a decade ago - all original purchasers still with those frames have their lifetime warranty (25 years if I remember correctly).

Second what is lifetime - different manufacturers will use this term differently - under consumer protection if not explicitly stated it is 6 years - Giant, for example, give 10 years on all rigid forks regardless of material and plenty of others out there that quote. The interesting bit is which quote Framesets or just frames (Cervelo for e.g.).

In decathlons case it could be quite easily they are looking at weight with carbon and therefore engineering to more fine tolerances for that. Whereas their demographic for steel they know weight is less of a factor. This bike on the other hand is on the heavier side.

As to strength - feel free to look it up - the term is tensile strength - gave you the prop shaft above with Hammond - that only survived 3 fold to its steel counterpart- the difference in tensile strength between the two materials is closer to 8 fold but less material is also used in that prop example to still hit the projected tolerances.

Of course prop shafts, airplanes (got to love the new wing designs not possible with alloys fatigue), F1, top end cranks on bikes all use carbon for very good reasons and as I have stated would, imo, would be a positive in this bikes example - albeit if you want a pre war design feel free to fill your boots, you will certainly get plenty of exercise going that route. Suspect the hub and wheels will be your biggest issues using those off-road.

As to a known material and 70/80 years - now come on how do you propose carbon hitting that requirement? Apparently there are some examples out there at 20 years but how carbon is being utilised has also evolved.

Feel free to browse the forums on those who have had hidden rust and fatigue that have failed with steel, plenty of examples out there. Reality though, the probability of fork failure is still slim plenty of other things are far more common in failures (getting away from carbon's first introduction that is).

The fork manufacturers themselves state the inspection for all types should still be the same - the difference is in a crash under carbon on failure is that it is a catastrophic event. The important bit to note there though is you are already in a crash situation.

Also not too sure why you are bringing up a Saracen Tenant 3 with a alloy frame failure when the Croix de Fer is a steel frame with some noted pedigree, like having the record for circumnavigating the globe for a short period. Although you seem happy with alloy frames but dubious on the carbon fork!

Anyway bored now so bobbing on - the only summary I have if anyone looking at this deal is it seems fair albeit not overly exciting - will make some a fair bike if it suits their requirements although some other examples out there on wiggle that are comparable (including a tiagra groupset with a steel fork for bonzo).
Edited by: "Bertz99" 20th Dec 2017
Bertz9911 h, 12 m ago

My own preference would be the other way - my Croix De Fer 20 came with a …My own preference would be the other way - my Croix De Fer 20 came with a chomoly forks and in all the forums the first upgrade people go for is the carbon to improve both weight and strength.The individual that sprang to mind above has the same bike, has upgraded to carbon and takes it into situations I would only consider with my hard tail (2 weeks off roading in finland with it was last it me I saw him grinning at me about it).


I understand the weight upgrade but surely with chromoly forks often having up to lifetime guarantees and carbon forks mostly having short guarantees it can hardly be described as a strength upgrade. It's pretty clear many carbon forks fail.

Just look at Decathlon and their bikes which is typical of many suppliers. Lifetime warranty on steel forks, 2 year warranty on carbon. Why would a stronger more durable product have a short guarantee compared to lifetime for a weaker product. It's clear Decathlon know the steel forks won't fail. No one offers a lifetime warranty on something unless they are pretty sure it is almost unbreakable under most situations. Same with carbon frames vs steel, lifetime on steel/aluminium but 5 years on the main frame for a carbon frame. So even the carbon frame warranty is much longer than the forks. Also Decathlon have very low weight limits compared to competitors. They set it at 100kg minus the weight of the bike, accessories etc. For a 15kg bike that is 85kg or less which is 50kg less than the full recommended 136kg/300lb weight limit of the bicycle safety standard for non-performance bikes. Their warranty is voided anyway if you ride above their weight limits. You'd think Decathlon having such low weight limits they could extend the warranty on their carbon forks if such forks were stronger. Also remember with carbon its far easier to show abuse and prevent warranty claims too due to the way carbon breaks or shows damage. Steel can hide abuse much more easily. I'm not saying that a carbon fork can't be stronger than a steel fork but there is a huge amount of evidence on the side of steel especially with people still riding steel bikes 70-80 years old, many post ww2 bikes still on the road.

decathlon.co.uk/tri…tml

decathlon.co.uk/tri…tml

Lastly saw this about a Saracen bike;

bikeradar.com/for…820

Same stable as Genesis both from Madison. The older Saracen frames before they went to the wall were made by Merida but don't know who makes the Madison Saracen bikes but that looks really dodgy the way the frame has fractured. Prefer good old over-engineering myself. The Carrera and Voodoo range at Halfords may not be the lightest frames but they rarely break where as the more performance focused and lighter Boardman range has had some frame failures and recalls.
bonzobanana2 h, 46 m ago

Wouldn't want carbon forks or aluminium forks on such a bike. Chromoly or …Wouldn't want carbon forks or aluminium forks on such a bike. Chromoly or even standard high tensile steel would by my preference. Often carbon forks only have 1 or 2 year warranty even if the frame is 10, 15, 25 year or even lifetime guarantee. It seems a weak point. I'm not suggesting 6 foot or even 3 foot drops but any sort of drop could be significant considering people have had carbon forks fail while just riding normally on the road hence why the warranties are so short. I might feel different if the Calibre had a long warranty on the forks but I have no idea what the warranty is. To me the Voodoo Limba at Halfords is a better bike, yes it's heavier but much stronger frame and forks plus a faster cassette and you often see it go close to £300 when an offer is on. Most important fit for purpose as a cyclocross bike that will take abuse. I'm a little confused about the difference between cyclocross and gravel bikes assume looking at the Calibre gravel bikes are not expected to handle such rough ground and appear weaker with a lower to the ground crankset so have less clearance. In which case with it looking to be only a marginal improvement in strength over a standard road bike I'd definitely want a cyclocross bike. Not only is it much cheaper but will probably last much longer and gives you the freedom to travel on more varied terrain and a fantastically strong commuting bike. Almost seems like any road bike fitted with larger profile tyres can be a gravel bike.


Claris gears on the Limba are far inferior to the Tiagra on this and, at the current price of £450, isn't exactly much cheaper. I take your point about offer prices because Halfords will probably reduce the price on the Limba at some point but surely you need to look at the prevailing prices if a person is looking to buy now.
Edited by: "stephenashforth" 19th Dec 2017
My own preference would be the other way - my Croix De Fer 20 came with a chomoly forks and in all the forums the first upgrade people go for is the carbon to improve both weight and strength.

The individual that sprang to mind above has the same bike, has upgraded to carbon and takes it into situations I would only consider with my hard tail (2 weeks off roading in finland with it was last it me I saw him grinning at me about it).
Edited by: "Bertz99" 19th Dec 2017
North Ridge Mens & Ladies Pullover Fleece was £40 now £18 @ Go Outdoors
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North Ridge Fleece Tops Available in Mens and Women's Was £40, then £28, now £18 Deal available in store and online.
Nothing worse than having a sweaty North Ridge........
North Ridge is GoOutdoors own brand, so ignore the RRP and discount and judge your purchase on the price you pay and quality of the fleece. There are other cheap manufacturers in the same price bracket - Craghoppers, Regatta, etc.
For once they have them in all sizes and colours!
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Go outdoor Hi Gear Oasis Elite 8 Family Tent - £150 off - now £399.99 @ Go Outdoors
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Great tent to be had! A very spacious and sturdy steel-poled tent with a large sheltered area, for luxurious camping with friends and family. The Hi Gear Oasis Elite 8 is a ver… Read more
boboz211 h, 57 m ago

Cheap alternative to buying a house for the family.. Hot!

Don't tell the Maybot.
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Meindl Respond GTX sale at Millets beaten by GoOutdoors £70.85
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GoOutdoors Price promise to beat any price by 10% means you'll get these £134.99 shoes for £70.85 £78.75 at Millets with the NOV10 discount code at https://www.millets.co.uk/mens… Read more
As above, these are a great make; I wore mine all over South East Asia, and they survived everything, from wading through rivers and streams, to building sites, to pounding urban streets and rural villages.
Don't think these should be cold. Meindl Gore Tex shoes in a full range of sizes from well known outlet - £70 is a good price.
Women’s Salomon Hime boots £75 @ Go Outdoors
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Currently half price in Go Outdoors, if you find it cheaper they will refund the difference plus 10% . High boot is down to £75.00 from £150.00
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Sorry, have made an error with my picture, it’s the high boot shown in the picture which is down to £75, the mid height boot is £65.00.
Rab vapour rise men’s jacket S-XL 3 colours half price £70 @ go outdoors (rab quest fleece £25
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Great jackets and really warm but breathable Women’s jacket is £75 Other rab items half price too
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anewkillerstar2 h, 0 m ago

I saw their price match on their website and actually did it via online …I saw their price match on their website and actually did it via online chat. They were very helpful

Thanks I'll try that
joostme2 m ago

Did you go in-store to Cotswold for the fleece? I didn't know they did …Did you go in-store to Cotswold for the fleece? I didn't know they did price matching 🤔


I saw their price match on their website and actually did it via online chat. They were very helpful
anewkillerstar4 h, 30 m ago

Just to follow up, Cotswold Outdoor will price match - just got the Quest …Just to follow up, Cotswold Outdoor will price match - just got the Quest fleece for £25 delivered.

Did you go in-store to Cotswold for the fleece? I didn't know they did price matching 🤔
anewkillerstar18 h, 3 m ago

Really poor stock availability though and store only collections.


Just to follow up, Cotswold Outdoor will price match - just got the Quest fleece for £25 delivered.
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MattNorfolk12 h, 57 m ago

I honestly cant remember. Possibly Taunton leisure. Had one a couple of …I honestly cant remember. Possibly Taunton leisure. Had one a couple of years and the latest one about a year now.


I got my last one really cheap from go outdoors too, think it was price match to ultimateoutdoor
Go Outdoors Freedom Trail Women's Essential Baffled Jacket, Sizes 8-22, 4 colour ways, £20
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Wandered into my local Go Outdoors today to look for an insulating type thing jacket. I would love to have the funds for a Rab one or similar but it's not happening! I like this st… Read more
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Mine arrived, they come up big. I would go a size smaller on this jacket. I love it tho
pimpchez2 h, 4 m ago

Purchased the mens version last year for less.1. It is not waterproof 2. …Purchased the mens version last year for less.1. It is not waterproof 2. its very warm 3. you get the feathers on your jumper from the insulation

This coat doesn't have feathers, if you got one for under £20 with feathers you got a bargain
Bought one last year, use it as a beer coat. Not worried if I lose it unlike my Rab one. Can't go wrong for the price.
Purchased the mens version last year for less.

1. It is not waterproof
2. its very warm
3. you get the feathers on your jumper from the insulation
Thanks OP! I love these coats, like wearing a continental quilt! I've gone for greystone and berry. Got an overnight stay in Blackpool coming up and was looking for a warm coat with a hood, perfect!
Calibre Gauntlet 650B - £449.10 @ Go Outdoors
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A really well received bike at its £600 RRP (see review link below), and a bit of a deal for the money. Better spec than a GT, Carrera etc for the money. Use "BONFIRE10" to get thi… Read more
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bonzobanana15 h, 6 m ago

What's wrong with SRAM X5? Review states doesn't last long compared to …What's wrong with SRAM X5? Review states doesn't last long compared to Shimano equivalent. Is that a known thing?

Not that I'm aware of, it is perhaps more a reflection of Shimano's durability? (Wild speculation, but I've always stuck with Shimano myself, more out of habit/"...if it ain't broke..." mentality)
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bonzobanana4 h, 22 m ago

I would of thought sub 13kg is actually pretty good. What is a lighter …I would of thought sub 13kg is actually pretty good. What is a lighter bike in this class of bike? I would of thought 13-14kg was typical.

Absolutely, the VooDoo Hoodoo is currently down to £440 and weighs in at 14KG, and by most accounts is also a decent bike for the money. 1.2KG when you're breathing out of your...ahem...up a climb is a lot of extra ballast!
I would of thought sub 13kg is actually pretty good. What is a lighter bike in this class of bike? I would of thought 13-14kg was typical.
Weight = 12.8kg
Garmin Forerunner 35 - £146 (or £116.99 with amazon pricematch) @ Go outdoors
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Lots of details on the Garmin Forerunner 35 here: https://buy.garmin.com/en-GB/GB/p/552962 Review by DC Rainmaker here: https://www.dcrainmaker.com/2016/09/hands-on-garmins-new… Read more
Just bought one from Argos. Signed up to completesavings.co.uk for 30 day free trial, got argos gift vouchers at 20% discount and £15 monthly bonus. Brought the total paid down to £100 from £140.
compared to same size and shape vivoactive, this has a heart rate monitor on rear of watch, you would need the later longer vivoactive at aprox 160 to match spec...
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vclaw30th Oct

You need a Go Outdoors card (cost £5 per year) to get a pricematch.



Thanks, I forgot to mention the £5 annual cost. We have a local Go Outdoors store close to home, so tend to buy a few things over the year, so always forget about the £5 fee.
Can anyone comment on how this compares to the Vivoactive?
Much better than the 610 posted the other day - this device has lots of modern tech in a great value package