Kids Thermals by Helly Hansen


The lovely people at the London Designer Outlet, have given us some kids Helly Hansen thermals to giveaway to one of our lovely readers.  The London Designer Outlet is the Capitals only Outlet centre with over 70 of the biggest brands at up to 70% off, plus 20 restaurants and coffee shops and a nine screen Cineworld cinema.

We have ‘modelled’ similar thermals in this ‘What we are wearing‘ post.  To enter please use the Rafflecopter entry and log in below!  Please note the thermals are kids thermals in dark blue, age 7 122cm.

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The K HH Warm Set 2 is the ultimate two piece base layer set for kids that, thanks to a two layer construction that include New Zealand Merino Wool is guaranteed to keep kids warm, even in the coldest conditions. High wicking polyproylene on the inside is comfortable and non itchy next to the skin and also serves to wick moisture away quickly and efficiently (twice as quickly as cheaper polyester baselayers). On the outside a good layer of Merino wool insulates and protects. The ulitmate kids winter base layer. The RRP for these thermals is £50, the London Outlet sells them for £25.

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Karen Beddow founded Mini Travellers in 2014 while doing what she loves most...going on holiday!

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5 thoughts on “Kids Thermals by Helly Hansen”

  1. Would love to be considered for my son who will be 16 months at Christmas we are going to Lapland so this will be perfect to keep him warm x


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