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Fundango Ski Jackets - anyone heard of them?

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I am looking to replace my 3 year old insulated Quick Silver jacket (only around £50 from Decathlon) with a shell for this season. I also need to replace my very cheap Decathlon Salopettes as they filled with ice in the cuffs at the end of my last day's skiing this year!

I have been keeping an eye on Sports Pursuit as my budget is not high and have come across some products from a company called Fundango. I've never heard of them but the gear seems ok and looks suitable as far as I can tell.

The jacket i am considering is

The sallopettes are

Both apparently are waterproof to 15,000 and rated 10,000 breathability.

Any thoughts, reviews, suggestions based on this sort of budget??
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person

more seriously, if you are limited on a budget, then Aldi's recent special might be of interest.
There are still some online only bargains to be had and also include some midlayers

Might do for a season or two, as you save the serious pennies for Norrona or Stellar....

Also have a look at Marmot on Sport Pursuit, some similar shells at good discounts (for the right size if you are colour agnostic)
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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?
TK Maxx is well worth a visit at the moment - plenty of Colmar, Eider and Helly Hansen items amongst others available currently in your price range.
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