12 outdoorsy sale buys to kit you out for an Irish staycation this summer
Hill walks, treks and trails all on your agenda this summer? You won’t miss the pool when you’re decked out in these sale buys
Most of us have finally accepted that foreign travel is off the cards this summer, and we’ve turned our sights to what’s available here in Ireland. Luckily, the answer is plenty.
Ireland has some of the most beautiful scenery and nature in the world, and if you love getting out and active, you couldn’t ask for a better holiday destination. We’ll all be making the most of what our country has to offer this summer, and if you want to get out there, you’ll need the right equipment first.
Investing in good quality outdoor wear is well worth it when you live in Ireland. Staying warm and dry is your biggest priority, as even in the summer, you can’t count on Irish weather to cooperate. These sale buys are fantastic value, and will stand to you well into the autumn months.
Eastern Mountain Sports Packable Gilet, was €91.19, now €15 from Sports Direct
Women’s Highton Stretch Waterproof Hooded Walking Jacket, was € 110, now € 54.95 from Regatta
Meadows Women’s 1/2 zip fleece, was €39.99, now €19.99 from Trespass
Eastern Mountain Sports Northshield Trousers, was €71.99, now €21.59 from Sports Direct
Women’s Fidelia Lightweight Half-Zip Fleece, was €40, now €19.95 from Regatta
Hadley Women’s Hiking Sock 2-pack, was €29.99, now €14.99 from Trespass
Karrimor Grid Full Zip Hoodie, was € 53.99, now €20.40 from Sports Direct
Women’s Chaska II Walking Shorts, was €50, now €24.95 from Regatta
Glees Women’s Base Layer Set, was €59.99, now €24.99 from Trespass
Gelert Horizon Ladies Waterproof Trousers, was €50.39, now €20.39 from Sports Direct
Women’s Sweethart Lightweight Half-Zip Fleece, was €30, now €14.95 from Regatta
Genuine Women’s Vibram Walking Boots, was €199.99, now €79.99 from Trespass
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