ALDI has just released the date of its annual special sale of snow equipment. Check out the range for adults and children, then read what previous buyers have said about quality.
If a trip to the snow is in the works for your family this year, it’s time to start planning your game plan for a trip to ALDI.
After recently announcing that the German supermarket is moving to the online shopping space, they have now announced the date of the annual ALDI Snow Gear Special Buys sale!
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The annual snow equipment sale is back! Image: ALDI
When the sale of ALDI snow equipment returns
The popular ALDI sale returns to stores on Saturday May 22, with a premium range of models for the whole family.
The range includes items for adults and children on their way to the snow. There is something for everyone, whether they ski or not, and the company makes sure everyone stays warm and dry.
âUsing innovative technology, the range is made from the powerful, renewable DUPONT â¢ SORONAÂ® wadding, which means Crane Snow Extreme outerwear is insulated, breathable, moisture resistant and moisture resistant. the heat, âsays the press release of the range.
âThe INOC range offers great functionality and is suitable for all alpine conditions. “
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The quality of ALDI equipment is impressive. Images: ALDI
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What you can buy at the ALDI Snow Equipment Special Sale
The range of snow gear includes high quality gear for adults and children, including pants, jackets, accessories and even thermal underwear.
There are six varieties of adult snow jackets, ranging from a lightweight knit jacket ($ 39.99) and soft shell jackets ($ 59.99) to windproof, waterproof and breathable shell jackets from Premium quality with removable inner jacket ($ 119.99).
Adults can choose from several colors and patterns. Images: ALDI
These jackets can be paired with four varieties of snow pants, including the popular In Need of a Challenge (INOC) pant featuring a PFC-free waterproof finish, pre-shaped knees, adjustable waist and cuffs with durable reinforcement abrasion resistant ($ 99.99)
Kids ages two to 14 are covered in five varieties of snow jackets with adjustable cuffs and a PFC-free water repellent finish ($ 19.99 to $ 34.99).
They can also match two varieties of snow pants for the same age group with a PFC-free water repellent finish ($ 29.99).
There are also a bunch of accessories that avid snow bunnies can buy, including helmets, goggles, neck warmers with built-in masks, socks, and gloves. All ranging from $ 4.99 to $ 34.99.
Girls can be equipped inexpensively. Images: ALDI
And lots of great deals for the boys too. Images: ALDI
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Is ALDI snow gear good?
The range of ALDI ski equipment was designed in Austria to be able to withstand the most extreme weather conditions. It is for this reason that buyers of ALDI say the quality is really worth it.
Personally, I was unsure of the quality when I first started selling snow gear before our first trip to the Snowy Mountains. My kids were six and four at the time, and I didn’t feel like spending too much money on a bunch of gear that they would definitely end up growing by the time I returned to the mountains.
I have to say I was blown away by everything I bought. The kids pants and jackets were of high quality and super warm and dry, even after a day full of falls on the slide.
A range of accessories is also available. Images: ALDI
And I wasn’t the only one impressed. Many fans have taken to social media to express how well they value ALDI’s snow gear – just see the lineup before the store opens each year to see it!
âThe ALDI equipment was of such high quality that we have been able to loan it out several times since we have used it ourselves,â said Claire. Kidspot. “And with three kids, we put it to good use as we just bought some gender neutral colors and continued to pass each item on to the next kid.”
Dani said she also liked the items she bought in previous sales. âHonestly better than the more expensive stuff, I think the designs can be a bit hit and miss. But the ones I have, I love it. I’ve had them for five years now and they still look new, âshe said.