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Adults' PolyPRO Thermals $12 (Was $29.98) + Click & Collect @ Kathmandu

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For Kathmandu fans out there, here is your chance to grab some PolyPRO thermals for $12 ONLY with FREE Click & Collect (thanks NiteMice for noting) !! Keep warm with these highly rated thermals for 60% off their regular prices of $29.98. Many designs and sizes available online. Unsure if deal is obtainable at actual Kathmandu stores or not. Free delivery for orders above $100.

Kathmandu's polypro range has been trusted for generations, by families wanting reliable warmth and comfort for their everyday adventures. The polypropylene fibres in this polypro long sleeve top v2 are supremely quick-drying; their warmth and insulation qualities are remarkable given the lightweight nature of these garments.

Don't forget CashRewards for extra 4.8% off

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  • +3 votes

    Is this Online ONLY or In-Store as well?

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      I'd like to know too.

    • +3 votes

      I'm not sure, but at the very least, you can pay online & pick up in store…

      ** But not same day…:( Takes 2-5 days to arrive in desired store.

      • +1 vote

        edited post to include free click and collect. thanks NiteMice!

    • +4 votes

      Just picked up 2 from Sydney mid city store. Hope this helps.

    • +5 votes

      Just went to Emporium store. Same price til 7/july

      • +1 vote

        No smalls left, but as a size guide if it helps others I'm sz 12/14 and M was a bit snug for me, so I went with L. Go a size up.

        Didn't end up buying on because it smells bad! Got some merino for $30 from Uniqlo instead.

    • +1 vote

      I just picked some up from the store for this price as well.

    • +1 vote

      Just picked up in-store for the same price. Seems to be more sizes/colour combinations online though.

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      I have gone instore before and just shown the online page on my phone and they reduced the price straight away - that was for a jacket, but most items I checked wanting to buy were already reduced the same as online.
      they told me they should be the same price as online . (gold coast store)

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    Are these suitable for snowboarding/skiing?

    • +19 votes

      Not sure, but they kept my nuts warm during the coldest winter in NYC in 100 years in Feb.

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        What are the sizings like, on the scale from insanely small to accurate to insanely large?

        • +48 votes

          Are you still asking about the Thermals?

        • +2 votes

          I got a large and was nice n snug, I usually wear XXL.

    • +6 votes

      Polypros aren't suitable for snowboarding because it's not breathable, you would be better off with the thermaplus or ultracore for any sports

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        Ah cool, thanks for the reply

        • +2 votes

          "cool." Hehe

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          @ilikeit: Negged instead of + :(

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        Good to know.

        The only difference in fabric type between these and the breathable ones is that these are 100% polyester and they are 95% polyester 5% elastane. So elastane makes it breathable? I don't get it. Elastane/lycra/spandex is polyester.

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          It says 100% polypropylene, not polyester.

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        Quote from the item descriptions.

        Polypro is a great thermal option for general use.
        An easy care, fast drying fabric that wicks moisture and provides lightweight warmth

        The moisture wicking is the same as for compression clothing (which i find to also make excellent thermals)

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        Are they good for cycling in winter? Cheers.

        • +2 votes

          The lady at the store I went to said they are good for sport because they don't breath. You'll just be covered in sweat.

    • +1 vote

      Yes, I've used them for snowboarding and skiing the past couple of years. There are better options but these work well for the price

  • +1 vote

    They are showing a clearance on the Ladies Thermaplus tops at $15 on the linked site. I don't know about for sport but these are really good for layering in the Melbourne winter. The mens and womens thermaplus are showing as 2 for $50 for non clearance clothing.

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    good deal thank you Op

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    Thanks OP. Bought one for Dad. Hopefully useful the remainder of winter and the next.

    Also, the raglan ones have strange reviews saying that the sizing on that is a bit different if anyone is buying those.

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    With these polypro, I find they pill alot compared to other thermal brands and when they pills they start to get rather thin and raggy

  • +2 votes

    How do these compare to merino wool thermals?

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    Damn, no thermal g-strings this time round.

    • +1 vote

      They have these but not as sexy as a G-string!!

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        Haha, made me laugh. But seriously, those are for my nanna…not my girl.

  • +1 vote

    In prior sales they've been $9.95, I stocked up the first time I went skiing a couple of years ago but the promo price of $9.95 I've seen a number of times since then.

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    I'm going to new zealand on Tuesday and could do with another pair, but they won't get here on time if I order online. Can anyone confirm these prices in store?

    Edit: confirmed above. Thanks

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      you could just buy them at Kathmandu in NZ, as another option.

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        Good idea, but I just checked the price and they are NZ$23.98

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          weird, whenever I've checked instore their prices were the same (allowing for currency) as in Aus.

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          @edman:
          They ended up going on sale for NZ$12 later. I think it started on Wednesday 8 July.

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    anyone know if we get extra 10% discount for member?

    • +2 votes

      Not sure, but if anyone can be bothered 10% off Kathmandu gift cards at Woolworths atm.

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      No. It's 20% off Kathmandu branded stuff and 10% off others, but not when already on sale.

      Would have been good to know about the gift cards, but oh well.

  • +1 vote

    I think the Thermal compression underwear Aldi was selling during their winter sale was $15. Merino wool pants and tops were $30.

    Amazing, I always though Kathmandu and cheap were incompatible.

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    Just to check, its not a Thermal Compression one that you could wear at the gym or for running?

    • +1 vote

      No way. I have these and I feel like they 'trap' the heat and sweat underneath. It kinda feels like a sauna because the material itself is not very breathable at all.

      Also I find that these hold on to smell a lot more than my wool thermals which shows you get what you pay for.

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      If you run in these you will stink like a beast. Do it on multiple occasions and you'll have to throw them away because you'll never wash the smell out

  • +1 vote

    Cheaper option even with the $10 shipping if you buy more than one:
    http://au.sportsdirect.com/clearance/clearance-clothing#dcp=...

  • +1 vote

    Silly question: do you wear this as internal wear or outer wear?
    The colourful stripy ones looks so delicious that you can show-off :-))

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      Entirely depends on the size of your nipples…

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      you could wear these as outer wear, and then wear the red underwear outside,
      spray an "S" and you're done, you'll look very attractive when you walk around on the street.

  • -2 votes

    7300 clicks but only 80 upvotes. Lol!!

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    Bought it at the store directly at Northlands for the price.

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    Bought some other gear from Kathmandu today. If you're near a Woolworths, 10% off Kathmandu gift card is still on, so you can stack that offer with discounted WISH gift cards (or AmEx cashback), EDR, and CashRewards (4.8%).

  • +2 votes

    The polypropylene fibres in this polypro long sleeve top v2 are supremely quick-drying; their warmth and insulation qualities are remarkable given the lightweight nature of these garments.

    note that plain polypropylene is one of the poorer performing synthetic materials :(

    http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin/backpackinglight/com...
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/201377#comment-2877428

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      Very useful comparison test there, tonester.

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    wow, just spent $650 because of this sale.

  • +1 vote

    Do people use these as pyjamas?

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      My kids do in winter :)

  • +1 vote

    Ordered click and collect and still waiting for them. Winter is coming kathmandu!