ALDI never ceases to amaze, with its random brand offerings and undeniable deals. Just earlier this month we found out ALDI were stocking Bertie Beetle ice cream, then we became obsessed with its chic new furniture range and now the budget supermarket has set a date for its Snow Gear Special Buys.
Dropping on Saturday, May 22, ALDI’s premium range of snow gear will be on sale at stores across Australia.
This sale could not come at a better time. With Winter nearing, the never-ending flight sales, and ski resorts preparing to open after an unusually quiet snow season in 2020, it’s time to get back on the slopes.
ALDI’s range was designed in Austria, which is quite impressive given that Austria is well-known for its innovative tech design as well as its prestigious skiing landscape.
The range is made from powerful and renewable sourced DUPONT SORONA wadding, meaning the Crane Snow Extreme outer garments are insulated, breathable, moisture-resistant and heat-retentive. The In Need of a Challenge (INOC) range boasts super functionality and is suitable for all alpine conditions.
The range spans across a huge selection of high-quality adult and children’s gear, as well as winter warmer accessories – and the best part? You can pick up a head-to-toe look and hit the mountains all for under $139.99.
Aldi’s snow gear range has six varieties of snow jackets, ranging from a light knit jacket ($39.99) and soft shell jackets ($59.99) all the way to a superior windproof, waterproof, breathable shell jackets with a removable inner jacket ($119.99).
Four varieties of snow pants, including the popular INOC pants boasting PFC-free waterproof finish, pre-shaped knees, adjustable waist and leg cuffs with abrasion-resistant reinforcement ($99.99).
There are also Ski Fleece Twosies, including a hooded pullover and matching pants ($19.99). Plus a bunch of kid’s gear starting at $19.99.
As for accessories, there’s a full range of face masks, beanies, neck warmers, cabin socks, gloves and balaclavas ranging from $4.99 to $34.99.
Get in quick on May 22 to avoid missing out.