Crane Sports Gear from Aldi's

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16/10/2005 at 18:46
I bought a jacket from Aldi's for £20.00, complete with fleece, and it has been alright.

Does anyone know anything about this Crane Sports"? Do they have they're own website or do they jus deal with Aldi's?
17/10/2005 at 10:44
As far as I know Cranesports gear is only sold by Aldi in the UK. There is a VERY limited website which seems to be them.
12/03/2008 at 16:19
I bought some ski pants and a snowboarding coat from Cranes Sports through Aldi's pretty good stuff. only 20.00 US
17/04/2008 at 21:28
I have bought quite a few items of Crane Sports clothing from Aldi and it is fantastic, got 2 short sleeve baselayers and 2 long sleeve baselayers today for a total of £20. My friend swears by there stuff and it appears to be very hard wearing which when you take into account the price is amazing !!
29/04/2008 at 19:30
i have bought dry duffle bag for less then 6 £, just chek it and it looks everything ok with it
24/05/2008 at 12:42

Bought a Vibration Machine,  anyone has one??

02/06/2008 at 15:54
i ve been using their stuff for a while and so far they have not let me down i go mountain walking in the lake district and since ive been wrapped in crane sports gear the cold wind and rain are no longer an issue these very good value and good quality clothing is a must have in the bags of campers hikers and walkers. what you get with crane is high market quality for low high street prices, i compare them with berghaus and north face and find they are just as good as the expensive alternatives.
Edited: 02/06/2008 at 15:56
02/06/2008 at 16:22
/me thinks someone is getting paid to bump forum posts about a certain clothing maker
02/06/2008 at 16:23
Strange that the last five posters on this thread have all made just the one post
02/06/2008 at 19:17
I have used their walking socks and found them to be comfortable and very good value for the money. No I have NOT been paid to say this.
02/06/2008 at 19:45
I wish someone would pay me for saying nice things about them. Even better if I were paid by a manufacturer to say nasty things though! That would be even more better in fact in my book - and would lead to far more honest appraisals of the cheap kit. As some of it is just rather awful I really feel!I wasn't paid by them to be honest and say that here though either!
Edited: 02/06/2008 at 19:46
05/07/2008 at 07:48

I hve bought a crane mini stepping machine. I would like some instructions for using it.  Would anyone be able to give me some advise on where to get instructions for using it?   Ta

05/07/2008 at 13:48
I use a lot of their cycling and walking gear. Their gear is pretty good.
30/08/2008 at 18:22

Crane Sports   is part of Royal Beach

Much of their goods seam to be of very good quality and excellent for the price.

30/08/2008 at 20:58

I recently got a crane sports soft shell jacket- for £3.99!

Pretty, pretty good!

04/09/2008 at 17:06
Just buoght a 3 man inflatable dinghy by crane sports and it is  tough and as good  as some of the leading  makes. i think they are cheap because we are not paying for badges and labels. al other crane sport stuff ive bought is still going strong and works well up in the welsh mountains where i spend loads of time on and off camp. I haven't been payed to say this, at the price they sell their stuff they probably can't afford it
04/09/2008 at 21:26
I shop at Lidls, and so far, quite a bit of their stuff I have bought is excellent value. Running and Cycling gear. The best test of their gear was using their spanners in a professional enviroment, the chocolate test, they passed and lived to fight another day, not bad for a set of combination spanners for £6 or thereabouts. My Snap-on spanners  cost hundreds and they were stolen, so cheapies do me well now.
08/09/2008 at 21:50

just bought a fishing reel from car boot sale for £5.00 it is a grate buy

d watt

22/10/2008 at 16:33
i do a lot of long distance running and although i would not try there trainers, all the other pieces of running clothing i have bought is just fantastic, in every way, comfort fit and design,and it does what it is supposed to do, ie, warms, wicking, thermal ect, ect,at a fraction of the costs these designer labels cost.
22/10/2008 at 21:46
Yes a lot of outdoor kit is overpriced thanks to marketing costs (bad) and R&D costs (good) but personally if I was out in the rough stuff as many OMer's are, I wouldn't trust my wellbeing wearing a bunch of slave labour manufactured shit from Aldi.
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