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expired Holeproof Explorer 2-Pack Socks - $10pk from BigW

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Holeproof Explorer 2-Pack Socks - $10pk from BigWAffiliate

These socks are always popular and this seems to be a good price based on previous deals posted here.

Details:

  • On sale at Big W
  • Holeproof Explorer 2-Pack Socks $10.00 pk (Save $6.92)
  • Starts 23rd August - Ends 01 September
  • Sizes 6-10, 11-14

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    That's a good deal.

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    Got 3 pairs for 10$s from Dimmeys in Parramatta yesterday.

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    Do they sell the "Extreme Copper" version and are they the same price?

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      omg I've been looking for the copper ones for ages. I can never find them online. I hope they have them.

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        The Lowes and Targets I've been to have the "Copper" sock but I've yet to find the "Extreme Copper" one.

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          Im near macquarie park, I didn't think to try the lowes there, but the target only had one pair, and their own brand, which look similar but feel like shoving my foot in sand paper. thanks for the hint

          I guess ill go a sock hunting tomorrow :)

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    Last deal I saw for Holeproof was 2-pack for $12 a year ago in four days. Gonna get some more, love holeproof socks!

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      Your sock-buying memory is better than my life memory. That's embarrassing.

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      Embarrassing for who? :-P

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    Dmn just bought 3 socks for 20 at myer…might return them and get this tomorrow.

    • +6 votes

      that's true ozbargainer !

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    sweet needed some socks for the snow trip this weekend !

    • +3 votes

      These are not good to wear snowboarding/skiing, your feet will hate you! Alright for just wearing casually though. Football socks are the way to go for hitting the slopes.

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        ok ive got plenty of those ! thanks for the tip

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    Huh, the current Harris Scarfe catalogue has explorer socks at 1pr for $9 and 3 for $20; claiming that the original cost is $14.95 each. Whereas Big W says the original cost is $16.92 for a two pack.

    Do you think Harris Scarfe is a little generous with its 'regular' pricing?

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      HS is the most guilty when it comes to stated RRP.

      Everything seems to be $80 RRP, we sell for $15.95.

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    I have a hole in my holeproof explorers at home, False advertising!

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    Last time I bought a bunch of pairs of Holeproof Explorer (from regular retailers BigW & Target) I found out the quality has dropped significantly, they were all very tight & stretchy, took ages to get on, wasn't as comfortable :( I think they've cheapened out on their QC

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    These socks are so good that I don't need to claim any of these deals coz all the pairs I bought long ago are still in good nick.

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    Best I've seen them any time recently was 2 pairs for $11 (at Woolies, couple of times a year) so this is pretty good.

    I sure wish women's explorers would come up on special a bit more often.

    • +4 votes

      So you can explore the kitchen a bit?

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        What's that?

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        It's called male chauvinism…

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      I didnt know socks were gender specific

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        It's the sizes.

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    are these any good as hiking socks? going on the inca trail later this year

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    yes! explorer socks! I'm wearing some right now!

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    I am just looking for socks! Great deal!

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    great deal thanks

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    Wasn't sure what to get so I just got a pack of cotton blend to try out

    How good are these when they are worn in work boots? Do they last long?

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      Im still wearing the pair of holeproof explorers I bought 6 years ago.

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        in Steel Cap Boots?

        Well considering you bought them 6 years ago it's probably more like 3 years now considering nothing is made to last now days :(

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      cotton isn't as durable and is more likely to pong. for socks in general i've found cotton is more likely to cause blisters when they lose their shape after too many washes.

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        So I take it Wool is the better one to get then?

        I'll get some over the weekend if I get a chance