You Can Save Up To 45% On Some Sports Experts Items During Their Sale This Month

Just in time to stock up for all of your winter adventures.
You Can Save Up To 45% On Some Sports Experts Items During Their Sale This Month

Being mostly confined to your home and having gyms shut down probably means that you've been less active in recent months. 

But with the cold upon us and holidays at our doorstep, now is a great time to get moving by trying out (or getting back to) different winter sports. 

If you're looking to enjoy the snow and get your blood pumping, or encourage a friend or family member to join in on your open-air adventures, the latest deals at Sports Experts might interest you. 

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Until December 15, Sports Experts and Atmosphere, the go-to for all things sports and outdoors, are offering up to 45% on a great selection of flyer products.

With deals like these, it's hard to find an excuse not to take advantage of winter. 

Sports fanatics will love the savings they can find on outerwear plus winter boots, accessories, and equipment for skiing and snowboarding. 

Now that the snow has arrived and you've probably started thinking about holiday shopping, this is your chance to gear up and score fun gifts while saving big. 

If you're not the outdoorsy type, you can still snag cozy loungewear to relax in and exercise apparel to wear at home during your online workouts. 

Check out brands like Helly Hansen, New Balance, Under Armour, Reebok, Puma, Adidas, Salomon, Auclair, Merrell, Keen, and many more. You don't always have to spend a ton to make the most of winter. 

Sports Experts Sale 

What: Up to 45% off on flyer items. 

When: Until Tuesday, December 15, 2020.

Where: In any of the 140 Sports Experts and Atmosphere locations across Quebec or online.

Why You Need To Go: To get ready for winter or check some names off of your holiday shopping list. 

For more information, check the Sports Experts website or follow them on Facebook and Instagram.

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