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Yep, I've got shorts, socks, leggings and flashy arm band things. All very good quality and very cheap. Although I do have a problem with the leggings in that the ankle zip sometimes comes loose and undoes itself, not that it bothers me too much.

Apparently they have a whole new range coming out at the beginning of March, typically I'm on holiday, but I don't really need any new kit at the moment.
 

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I think the consensus is that as long as you steer clear of the shoes, it is good quality stuff and yes, great value.
 

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I buy Aldi running gear... it's good quality and at sensible prices. Looking forward to March ;)
 

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i use an aldi hat that is very good, covers the ears but isn't too heavy, cost 2 quid, and the gloves for the same price that are nice and light so that you can take them off after about 2 miles and carry them. i also recommend lidl socks that are great value, and my water bottle is also from their on a belt with 2 zip pockets that really fits well into the small of your back and is ideal for long runs. cost 3 quid. i wouldn't touch lidl running tracksters, shorts and vests as they chafe and are weird shapes (or are the germans built that way?), but aldi tracksters are fine.
 

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Thanks for that info about Lidl... I've often thought of trying their stuff but will give it a miss now
 

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I have some Aldi running stuff which I love... Also have some Lidl stuff which rarely gets worn as I don't like the fit or the material it is made from
 

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I wish they did the Aldi stuff in Black - cos its just as good as some of the stuff I paid several times more for but doesn't look as good
 

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next week they are doing microwave splatter covers for 79p. doesn't help your running but they are very useful for your paster party before.
 

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Mr Happy said:
I wish they did the Aldi stuff in Black - cos its just as good as some of the stuff I paid several times more for but doesn't look as good
All the Aldi stuff I have (shorts, leggings and socks) are in black, guess it's just pot luck what they have in when you go.
 

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New Range Released

Here's the new range, available from the 2nd of March.

Running Jacket - £6.99

http://www.aldi.co.uk/special_buys/product_939.html

Running Top - £4.99

http://www.aldi.co.uk/special_buys/product_940.html

Technical Jogging Shoe - £11.99

http://www.aldi.co.uk/special_buys/product_941.html

Running Trousers - £5.99

http://www.aldi.co.uk/special_buys/product_942.html

Running Shorts - £3.99

http://www.aldi.co.uk/special_buys/product_943.html

Coolmax Fitness Socks - £1.29

http://www.aldi.co.uk/special_buys/product_944.html
 

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I wonder how many miles you could do in their technical jogging shoes? If it is over 60 they might work out cheaper than my kayano's.
 

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It's good quality wicking kit everest... I topped up with a short sleeve top, tights and socks this time. I've bought quite a lot of running gear from Aldi in the past and no complaints.
 

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Fantastic gear, highly recommended. Got socks (v comfy), lycra shorts (amazingly comfy) and tights (won't know til tomorrow). Sizes can be a bit big (I'm a Nike large, but Aldi medium) but for the prices complete and total bargains.
 
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