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Blizzard & Nordics skis and State of Elevenate sale on SportPursuit

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Arno wrote:
Some good deals on Klattermusen too - with a 50% discount, they become merely expensive (as opposed to "eyewateringly expensive")


Haven't heard of this brand before, whats the USP?
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@ster, I'm not a marketing man! I have a few bits bought in sales - it's very high quality, built to last for ever, big on environmentally friendly fabrics. Different look to things like Noronna - a bit more old school. As far as I can tell, they were the first to do easily removable down shorts which are genius. Others have followed, but Klattermusen were first! Cool
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Arno wrote:
easily removable down shorts which are genius


Interested by this. What do you use them for?
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@BobinCH, i don't feel the cold too much in my legs but they are handy for:

1. shady chairlifts on cold mornings
2. in the bag for transitions, breaks etc on cold touring days. I hate wearing thick base layers for touring even on very cold days because they get sweaty on the way up then get cold and clammy when I'm done climbing
3. absolute life savers in our hut winter room night on our last La Grave trip
4. around the house when you get back from a winter holiday and your boiler's stopped working rolling eyes
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Arno wrote:
@BobinCH, i don't feel the cold too much in my legs but they are handy for:

1. shady chairlifts on cold mornings
2. in the bag for transitions, breaks etc on cold touring days. I hate wearing thick base layers for touring even on very cold days because they get sweaty on the way up then get cold and clammy when I'm done climbing
3. absolute life savers in our hut winter room night on our last La Grave trip
4. around the house when you get back from a winter holiday and your boiler's stopped working rolling eyes


i.e. just like you use a down jacket
funnily enough Laughing
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@jedster, who'd a thunk it?! Laughing
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Arno wrote:
@BobinCH, i don't feel the cold too much in my legs but they are handy for:

1. shady chairlifts on cold mornings
2. in the bag for transitions, breaks etc on cold touring days. I hate wearing thick base layers for touring even on very cold days because they get sweaty on the way up then get cold and clammy when I'm done climbing
3. absolute life savers in our hut winter room night on our last La Grave trip
4. around the house when you get back from a winter holiday and your boiler's stopped working rolling eyes


They go over the top?
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 After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
@BobinCH, yep - the whole length of the legs open so you don't need to take boots/skis off
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OH has the Decathlon down over shorts - she loves them, especially in the cold of Japan
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Arno wrote:
@BobinCH, yep - the whole length of the legs open so you don't need to take boots/skis off


Sound like something you would find in a strip club in a ski resort. Shocked

Good to know of another good brand to look out for.

But their shorts must be something special if the ones on Sportspursuit really do retail for £200 as listed , a real steal as now down to £80.
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I've got the Decathlon version of the down shorts (some kind of primaloft synthetic insulation though), also bought for Japan. Only used a couple of times under the shells, but did exactly what I wanted.
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