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70% off Ski Gear and Clothing @ Rebel Sport

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Rebel Sports has 70% off winter ski gear and clothes.

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  • +35 votes

    Lol goodbye ski season for greater Sydney!

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      There's always next year/season …..

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        Sensible chuckle from 2 years of lockdowns in Victoria

  • +7 votes

    $30 for a 10K jacket or pants is better than anything from Decathlon and Aldi.

      • +19 votes

        You'll find that the 10K they're referring to is the waterproof rating:
        https://www.melbournesnowboard.com.au/pages/waterproof-ratin...

          • +24 votes

            @prankster: Cos this is a ski relate deal, so you are expected to have basic ski clothing knowledge before clicking on the deal.

            Its like if you clicked on a tesla deal and asked if its diesel or petrol.

            • +5 votes

              @Chchnu: Oh. Which one is it then?
              Please, hurry, it's killin me..

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              @Chchnu: That’s a different ball game, most people know about cars to know there’s a difference between diesel and petrol

              Plus I’m an avid snowboarder so I didn’t know straight away about the rating I’d you ask me

              Anyway you all #everyonetoo sensitive just shows how’s today’s world is

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                @prankster:

                Anyway you all #everyonetoo sensitive just shows how’s today’s world is

                That was a strange conclusion to jump to.

                • +7 votes

                  @Jonzay: Mr Sulu, denial shields up.

                  "It's clearly them all being a bunch of sensitive snowflakes or weird or something, I definitely didn't do anything wrong".

              • +6 votes

                @prankster: Sensitive?

                Do you not see the irony in this?
                You're being a baby right now lmao.

                Get a grip you snowflake

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                @prankster:

                Plus I’m an avid snowboarder so I didn’t know straight away about the rating I’d you ask me

                I'm a noob snowboarder and even I know about the water resistance and breathability ratings (mainly from the Aldi snow sale threads).

    • +1 vote

      Sadly no waterproof/breathability ratings for the mens jackets

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        Some have it in the description. They ones that did were all 10K anyway.

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      Most of aldi snow gear is rated 10k. I don't see any rating advertised whatsoever on the few random jackets that I checked.

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        Yeah the good thing about ALDI is that it's clearer with it's ratings. I think it's around 10-12k Waterproof and breathability rated. There's no real standard across the board for testing and getting those ratings so take it with a pinch of salt. I do like that it's actually rated with something though.

        A think a lot of snow gear has been returned to ALDI because of lockdown and they're reselling it at a discounted price.

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      Aldi ski clothing is much better than the one offered in Rebel.

  • +1 vote

    The things I want are Click and Collect only :/

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    most of the stuff I want is delivery only. But for $15 delivery and $70 spend on decent full snow gear set - worth

    • +2 votes

      Order $150, return $80 in store

      • +3 votes

        Stupid website.
        Got my cart over $150 (all items have the 'FREE DELIVERY OVER $150' blue box) & shipping is $39.99. Grr

        • +3 votes

          I found you can't add anything that normally has shipping worth more than $7.99, or too many of the same item (it gets flagged as bulky?)…

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    So cost $20-$25 to hire ski boots but rebel selling for $15, interesting

    • +9 votes

      These are not for snowboarding or skiing they are for walking from A to B like to the carpark after skiing and snowboarding.

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        In other words, completely useless.

        • +6 votes

          I've slipped in melting snow and ice a few times in the carpark for $15 its OK

        • -2 votes

          Have you tried cracking your skull on the carpark concrete?

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            @Chchnu: I know you're joking but … We want them making fewer comments like this, not more.

        • +1 vote

          If your staying on site these are essential for getting around outside, ski boots suck for that. Worth every cent.

        • +4 votes

          Snow boots are useless as ski boots, yes.
          In the same way my toaster makes a terrible toothbrush.

      • -3 votes

        im aware of what ski boots are

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      Don't know if you can use these for the slopes.

    • +1 vote

      Not ski boots. Ski boots cost $500+. They are only selling snow boots.

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        i don't know why this comment made me chuckle lol

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    Cheers OP ;)

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    They have price promise which says if you buy an item and then it went on sale they will refund difference. Does anyone knows if it's applicable to 50% sale to 70% sale?

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      Hoping to hear an answer to this too, I am at work currently but I have sent an email to see if they can match and refund the difference.

  • +1 vote

    Shipping is brutal, has anyone found a good way to get it if there's none available for click and collect near me?

  • +1 vote

    Shipping was brutal but if you change ti click and collect then revert back to delivery it was free. Worked for me initially it was $40 delivery then it was free

  • +2 votes

    Perhaps an unpopular opinion: mittens are better than gloves for skiing.

    Too many times I struggled to get my wet hands into tight snow filled gloves. Mittens have changed my life - easy to take off and put on. Much warmer than gloves.

    • +5 votes

      Meow

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      Cant say I've ever had a problem with gloves. If your gloves are filling up with snow, maybe you just needed better gloves that stop snow from entering. Mittens shouldnt have any effect on that. Get a bigger size if they are tight fitting or try a different brand that fits you better.
      Mittens are a little warmer though but you can wear liners under gloves and you lose a little dexterity with mittens. Putting wet hands in gloves usually results in being colder so try to dry them before.

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      I wear wrist guards for snowboarding and much easier wearing mittens compared to gloves. Mittens do feel a bit warmer and I put on and off quicker.

  • -1 vote

    Can't manage to pay, stuck are payment page with a loading circle on the top. Anyone facing the same issue?

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      The website is always laggy, it frustrates me

  • +3 votes

    Great deal. Picked up a bunch of stuff with no intent to go to the snow any time soon.

    • +5 votes

      Spirit of ozbargain

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    Can anyone please comment on the quality of the thermals on sale?

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      I have tried it on but not at the snows, it's keeps me warm with just the snow jacket and nothing in between.

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    I keep getting $40 shipping even though i spent more than $150

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      yeah same, would rather buy a 50% at Anaconda!!

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      I found that too, but it was one particular item I added (a bulky jacket) - when I removed it the shipping was free.

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      Change to click and collect and then revert back. It worked for me and it was free. Initially it was $40

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    WTH is that sizing for mens sweatshirts? From 4 to 14.

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      I'm glad I wasn't the only one confused by this.

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    Tahwalhi has no rating. any idea?

    • +1 vote

      I have the gear - although I haven't taken it to the snow it is very warm with only just the thermals under.

  • +2 votes

    Buy now !!! Use it 2024 LOL

  • +1 vote

    I. have never skii'd before but keen to. What should i buy? lol

    • +2 votes

      Anything goretex

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      Waterproof ski pants and tight-ish jacket. Goretex preferably, like mentioned before. Also thermal underwear, warm ski gloves, very thick sport socks, goggles.

      Rent the gear.

      Don't forget a helmet!

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        Nothing on sale seems to be Goretex though?

        • +2 votes

          As long as it's waterproof rated. Doesn't have to be Goretex.

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        Thanks guys! I have a Kathmandu goretex already, but will try to get other materials

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          Yeah, Kathmandu goretex sounds pricey to hit the slopes in. Unless it's going to be a nice, easy day on the snow.

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        In Australia.. I bought a t-shirt made of polar fleece. Greatest thing ever. It's pretty much what I wear most days riding in Australia.
        You get warm very quickly. Plus ski pants and a neck gaiter (chin gets cool). If it's windy I'll throw on a basic thin wind breaker jacket. I wore my Goretex jacket once in Aus… way too hot.
        The only time I wore the jacket and felt ok was night skiing in NZ late July (windy and minus 7 off memory), and thermals was when camping out over night.

        Summary, Aussie snow fields aren't that cold. Spend your money on good Water proof pants and gloves. Don't waste $$ on an over the top jacket.. like I did.

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          Goretex is the layer that allows the moisture to escape but protects from water and wind. You wear it as the most outter layer, on warmer, breathable layers. It's basically a windbreaker that breathes. I assume the goretex that you wore "once in Aus… way too hot" had some extra fleece, wool, or other insulation underneath.

          • +1 vote

            @pizzaguy: Sorry, yes. Goretex shell, quilted insulation inside. Does a great job of keeping you warm and not sweating too much when not moving, but when you are giving it heaps …ya going to get hot.

            P.S. looked everywhere for my polar fleece T-shirt. Can not find it anywhere…and can't find any online.

            Anyone seen one anywhere? I originally bought it from Sports direct.

    • +1 vote

      You can usually rent jacket and pants as a package with skis, boots and poles for not much more. No point buying gear if you don't end up liking it. You usually will need to buy gloves and goggles though as those aren't usually available to rent, although some places do. If you dont have any long socks, those would help but they don't need to be ski specific socks.

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    Thanks OP. Got new ski pants and goggles. $7.99 delivery.

  • +3 votes

    Made the mistake of telling my wife about this sale - RIP Credit card

    • -3 votes

      Oh, good ol' wife-and-CC jokes.

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    Stocked up big, still couldn't get everything we need. Thanks OP