Sales in winter sports brands at illa Carlemany

Sales in winter sports brands at illa Carlemany

Establishments selling winter sports gear at illa Carlemany have sales on from 3rd February to 16th April, just when the skiing season comes to an end. Great prices and top brands when there are still plenty of days left to whiz down the slopes at Grandvalira, Pal-Arinsal and Ordino-Arcalís or go cross-country skiing at Naturland.

Find your brand at illa Carlemany

The illa Carlemany shopping centre boasts a wealth of sports clothing labels:

Salomon, The North Face, Peak Performance, Haglöfs i Helly Hansen and accessories from Garmin i Oakley

And on the second floor there’s also Sportech, the multi-brand store offering items from previous seasons.

The range on offer is enormous, as befits a country where 90% of the territory consists of protected natural areas, with over 300 km of ski slopes. It’s not surprising the top brands want to be here in the centre of Andorra, at the illa Carlemany shopping centre.

Salomon, The North Face, Oakley and Garmin on the ground floor

You’ll find all four establishments next to one another. While Garmin offers brilliantly-designed products to enjoy the outdoors, based on GPS navigation and wearable technology, Oakley specialises in goggles and helmets for skiing and snowboarding.

Salomon offers equipment to transform all sports experiences, including winter sports. Together with The North Face they present technically developed, well-designed, innovative and comfortable ideas, based on the experience of the leading winter sports figures they work with.

Peak Performance, Haglöfs and Helly Hansen on level 1

These three brands certainly offer top-class gear. Design, style, ground-breaking technology and materials and sustainability are among the features of products from these leading brands, which support sports people and also learn from their experience to design new gear. This means they can offer solutions to whiz through the snow with all the freedom you need and without getting cold.

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