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Wet "wedze" gear worn by Graham Bell on Ski Sunday

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There are some incredible bargains on Sports Direct website. My salary doesnt allow me to have a conscience so I often look on there. Changes a quickly too
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
my first ever ski jacket was a nevica, bought it in C&A about 1986ish
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
I have a lot of Quechua gear for summer/hiking etc, some Wedze gloves, but my impression of Decathlon is that they have a range of items like everyone else. If you want to buy top of range you can, if you want to buy entry level you can. It's just generally better value as you aren't buying into a brand.
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The more I've enjoyed skiing over the years, the more I've tended to spend on better clobber... first year I ever skied was a trip to Sports Direct for the budget Nevica jacket / pants combo. Certainly nothing wrong initially but didn't offer much in the way of comfort if temperatures were up/down a lot. After that branched out to a Killtec L3 jacket from TKMaxx… now just treated myself to a nice Spyder jacket in the region of 250 quid. Each to their own, but I'm looking forward to being less sweaty and having "pit zips" for the first time Laughing
I'm still wearing my £20 Aldi ski helmet for reference, does the job and no need to upgrade to a fancy one for the sake of it.
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