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Aldi Snow Gear Sale 2021

You can pick up everything from snow pants and boots, to face masks and beanies at a fraction of their regular price.
By Sarah Ward
May 20, 2021
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By Sarah Ward
May 20, 2021
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This winter, you won't be chasing the sun and soaking in a European summer. But, thanks to eased domestic border restrictions and the trans-Tasman bubble, you can spend the chilliest part of the year surrounded by snow. Of course, whether you're planning to ski, snowboard or just build a snowman, you'll need to rug up — and whatever is currently in your wardrobe mightn't do.

Each year — except 2020, for obvious reasons — Aldi hosts a big sale on snow gear, offering good quality gear at almost ridiculously low price points. It's back in 2021, so mark Saturday, May 22 in your diary. That's when you can head to your nearest Aldi supermarket to pick up everything from snow jackets and boots to face masks and beanies.

Available at stores across the nation, and made to withstand extreme weather conditions, 2021's range of gear includes six different varieties of snow jackets, which start at $39.99 for something light and go up to $119.99 for windproof and waterproof numbers; four types of snow pants, including one style with adjustable leg and waist cuffs for $99.99; and ski fleece sets, featuring a hoodie and a pair of pants, for $19.99.

Boots for both kids and adults start at $19.99, helmets will cost you between $19.99–$24.99, and you'll be spending between $4.99–$34.99 for masks, beanies, neck warmers, cabin socks, gloves and balaclavas.

Kids clothing is part of the deal, too, if you'll be travelling with younger skiers — ranging from $19.99–$34.99.

Once you're all kitted out, you're certain to stay toasty if you're making the trip to Perisher Valley, Thredbo, Falls Creek, Hotham or anywhere else local where snowy peaks are a feature. If you're hopping across the ditch instead, you'll find plenty of items to stop you getting frosty up at New Zealand's ski fields.

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