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#272902 23-Jul-2020 10:36
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Turns out the stores we get long sleeve T shirts for the boys don't make stuff for ages 12+.

 

Looks like we have to find new stores for the new age bracket!

 

Where do you guys get clothes for 12/13 year olds?

 

They are a bit too small for adult XS :(

 

Been around the town and haven't found anything nice! Kmart is closed in our town. Don't like the warehouse cuts.

 

We liked the old pumpkin patch and find TNT cuts to be suitable

 

 

 

Thanks





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  #2527657 23-Jul-2020 10:52
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Sportsdirect.com is my go-to.
Very good prices, reasonable delivery and no GST

 
 
 
 


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  #2528021 24-Jul-2020 09:10
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Thanks for the Sports Direct link. It was brilliant. Seems to be in the Northern hemisphere so many of the winter clothes were on sale at very low prices. Bought a branded kids fleece for $15 down from $60



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  #2528043 24-Jul-2020 10:10
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Thanks




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  #2528064 24-Jul-2020 10:40
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Eva888: Thanks for the Sports Direct link. It was brilliant. Seems to be in the Northern hemisphere so many of the winter clothes were on sale at very low prices. Bought a branded kids fleece for $15 down from $60

 

Yes, it's a large UK chain.  If you shop in the "reduced" section there are really good deals - typically around 25-40% of NZ retail once you've factored in delivery charges.  And brands such as Karrimor that you don't see in NZ are very good quality


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  #2528181 24-Jul-2020 13:05
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Yes it was Karrimor that I bought and some Sketchers but got them delivered to Australia to my grandchild. Five items cost me $38 shipping but the savings were massive. That’s helped me with birthday presents. Many thanks.

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