ALDI Australia has just announced it's popular Snow Gear Special Buys will be taking place on Saturday May 19.
The discount retailer is launching its biggest and best ski range ever, with over 50 unique items, each in a variety of stylish designs.
The Snow Gear Special Buys will be available in stores nationwide while stocks last.
Renata Hay, Textiles Buying Director at ALDI Australia, said in a statement: 'Australians have been in love with ALDI’s Snow Gear sale since the very beginning, but that doesn’t mean we’re content with sitting still.
'We are constantly looking for ways to innovate and improve the range. This involves working closely with our suppliers to research new trends and implement the latest technology in areas like waterproofing, seam taping, breathability, ventilation and more.
'Our objective is to offer Australians access to high quality ski and snowboarding gear that doesn’t break the bank,” says Renata Hay. “Every time you buy a product from our Snow Gear range, you can be confident that you’re getting the best value for money.'
ALDI’s selection of ski and snow wear has grown over the years due to increasing customer demand. This popularity has enabled the retailer to expand the quantity of items sold, and has added the number of exciting new colours and designs.
This year, ALDI is adding camo prints, khaki colours and a removable faux fur trim to the hoods of some snow jackets.
Other key characteristics of the range include innovative breathability to keep you dry from the inside out, fully taped seams to protect against moisture penetration, wind resistant fabric and underarm and inside leg ventilation.
This year, ALDI is also adding a variety of marino wool layering products, made with Australian wool, which have been very popular in past collections.
As with all of ALDI’s Special Buys, the Snow Gear products will be located in the middle aisle of your local store from Saturday, May 19. In the meantime, you can check out all the products that will be available on the ALDI website.
This article originally appeared on New Idea