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Wed 08 May, 2019 9:40 pm

Hey All,

Came across this factory sale for Mont if anybody is based in Canberra. Also posted on Ozbargains (Direct copy and paste from Ozbargains)

The Mont 4 Day Factory Sale starts Thursday at the Mont Shop & Warehouse in Canberra!

Save 10 to 50% on Shoes, Boots, Trail Runners, Tents, Down Sleeping Bags, Backpacks, Sleeping Mats, Down Clothing, Rainwear, Fleece, Gloves, Merino, Climbing Shoes & Gear, Eyewear, Cookware, Camp Stoves & More!

From Thursday 9th to Sunday 12th of May ONLY at the Mont Shop & Warehouse 18 Pirie Street Fyshwick ACT 2609.

2 person hiking tents from $285.
Down Jackets from $99.
Travel packs from $100.
Footwear up to 50% off.
Arc'teryx, Kuhl, Outdoor Research, Prana clearance items 25 to 50% off.
Icebreaker up to 40% off.
Osprey at least 25% off.
30 to 40% off all Salomon and S-Lab Shoes.
Climbing shoes from $89.
Salomon S-Lab Speed 2 40% off now $161.97.
Previous generation Moondance 2 tents 35% off: $449.
20 to 40% off Black Diamond Lighting and Gloves.

While stocks last. Not valid in conjunction with any other discounts. Sorry, no phone, email or postal orders.


Thu 09 May, 2019 10:06 pm

Woohoo....for once I am in Canberra for the Mont sale! Thanks for the post, it seems I have fallen off the bottom of their email list again.

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Fri 10 May, 2019 10:54 am

Worst thing about living in Tassie is that companies like this don't operate down here. Oh, to be in Canberra now...
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