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Itscurtainsforyou Wed 19-Nov-14 07:26:03

Hi there - I'm sure I remember discussion about thermal tights/leggings but I can find it anywhere.

Any recommendations please?

fiorentina Wed 19-Nov-14 07:31:54

Uniqlo is great for these.

Redhead11 Wed 19-Nov-14 07:37:31

Primark have epic lined warm leggings at a very reasonable price. they even kept me warm, and i am about the coldest person on the planet!

BotoxBitch Wed 19-Nov-14 07:38:14

Primarks are amazing! X

howtoapproachthis Wed 19-Nov-14 07:55:36

i bought an 'expensive pair' of fleece lined jeggings like £30something down to £13 on groupon and they are really crap fitting. i went into lidl yesterday and got a pair of thermal tights in 2 sizes up (as i like comfort) and they are perfect, for £3! couldn't believe my luck. going to grab another couple next time im in.

quietbatperson Wed 19-Nov-14 10:45:49

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Merrow Wed 19-Nov-14 10:47:06

I got loads in TK Maxx last year. They were amazing.

pantsjustpants Wed 19-Nov-14 11:08:48

I bought Lidls thermal tights and they're great. They also had some footless ones which I really like, so I can wear socks with them.

WellTidy Wed 19-Nov-14 13:48:51

M&S does a range of thermal tights in different colours for about �10 a pair. I love the range of colours, but I don't find that they wear well on areas like the heels. Mind you, I wear high boots with them, so a few holes aren't a problem smile

Bizzy82 Wed 19-Nov-14 17:52:40

New Look have fleece lined leggings for around £9.99 and Aldi have been advertising thermal leggings.

gaggiagirl Wed 19-Nov-14 17:57:58

Boundary mills and the original factory shop sell 300 denier fleece lined thermal tights in black or burgundy £6. I have been living in mine I had to buy more.

Itscurtainsforyou Wed 19-Nov-14 18:12:16

That's fab! Thanks so much smile

JFC123 Fri 21-Nov-14 11:02:38

In my experience you pay for what you get. I have always used Sub Zero thermals for the family and they keep you lovely and warm and last an eternity - i still have leggings that are 10 years old and still going strong! They are not the cheapest of products but they are made in the UK and they wash and dry really well. I have just bought another set for an upcoming trip but managed to grab a bargain as they currently have a 25% sale on their website subzerostore.co.uk - posted the voucher code this morning on the forum as well.

Mynxie Fri 21-Nov-14 11:33:32

Thanks JFC, I've just bought DH some Christmas presents for his skiing holiday on your recommendation - I've gone for the clearance stuff as I don't think it'll matter if it's not perfect as its not going to be on show, and the price is excellent - and they allow the discount too!

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