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Fluroscent ski wear - where can I buy?

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Frottie43 Tue 12-Apr-16 07:01:51

Hello- I've just come back from skiing in Tignes and seen loads of children wearing flurosecent ski pants. Not just bright ski pants, proper glow in the "white out" ski pants! I caught one brand Spyder (too expensive!) but wondered if anyone has any so I can see if I can get some for next year. Search on Internet seems fruitless. Thanku.

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LIZS Tue 12-Apr-16 07:17:10

Most European children wear Decathlon/Quecha, H & M or Lidl/Aldi ime.

massistar Tue 12-Apr-16 17:32:31

I saw a lot of teenagers in Picture clothing this year. Very fluorescent!

PestoSkiissimos Tue 12-Apr-16 17:54:57

We saw loads of peeps wearing fluorescent trousers, very useful when skiing in fog grin

No idea where they purchased them though, sorry!

lovetoskimum Wed 13-Apr-16 11:52:20

As Massistar says, Picture does really nice stuff, may get myself something new for 2017 !!

Happy looking smile

Ethelswith Wed 13-Apr-16 12:02:43

I saw some (I think Spider) for sale in a shop at the resort, but pretty expensive.

It might be worth waiting until the run up to the next season, to give it time to trickle down into other brands.

fluffiphlox Mon 18-Apr-16 14:21:27


Frottie43 Mon 18-Apr-16 16:08:47

Thank you all! Will have a look at picture and see if can get some end of season bargains grin

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crusoe16 Sat 28-May-16 06:50:22

Ebay have some brilliant 80's ski suits. My brother and his mates have a 'who can find the most hideous ski suit' competition on their lads skiing weekend each year. Some of things they've found on Ebay are hysterical.

PickleSarnie Fri 08-Jul-16 20:14:32

My son had some from Boden last year. Neon but not as bright as some of the blinders I saw on the slopes! Some of them made the snow glow with their reflection!!

MsWorthington Fri 08-Jul-16 20:16:31

fluff 😂 I was coming on to say C & A in the '80s.

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