Icebreaker base layers
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Apr-2012
Tony_H
For anyone in the east mids, Cavells in Oakham has a big sale on with big discounts on Icebreaker gear
Apr-2012
Iceman
I suppose if you live in east midlands there has to be good things every now and then
Apr-2012
Tony_H
Picked up a base layer Icebreaker for £10, 3 pairs of Icebreaker ski socks for £10. They had Schoffel jackets down from £450 to £125. And I nearly bought a Mountain Hardwear jacket down from £180 to £50 but decided against it as it was just a bit too thin.

Some real bargains there.
Apr-2012
Iceman
going to post some up norf?
Apr-2012
Brooksy
Iceman wrote: going to post some up norf?



The new postal rates would deplete the discount.
Apr-2012
Tony_H
brooksy wrote:
Iceman wrote: going to post some up norf?



The new postal rates would deplete the discount.
Only if you put them in an A5 envelope
Apr-2012
Verbier_ski_bum
This is an amazing deal you found, Tony. And for jacket too. Thin jackets are actually better for skiing as they are lighter. You can always add/remove a layer acccording to the weather, but there is not much you can do once you have an insulated ski jacket.
Apr-2012
Tony_H
verbier_ski_bum wrote:This is an amazing deal you found, Tony. And for jacket too. Thin jackets are actually better for skiing as they are lighter. You can always add/remove a layer acccording to the weather, but there is not much you can do once you have an insulated ski jacket.


No I know, I always use just an outer later for a jacket, but this one just seemed a bit too thin. I've been tempted to go back and get it though as it was really stylish.

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