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Henri Lloyd Summer Sample Sale kicks off October 19th

by Henri Lloyd on 12 Oct 2012
Henri Lloyd Summer Sample Sale Henri Lloyd . www.henrilloyd.com
The famous Henri Lloyd Summer Sample Sale is on again kicking off this Friday 19th October 2012 at the Henri Lloyd showroom in Crows Nest, Sydney! Huge range of samples and discontinued lines from Henri Lloyd's marine, footwear and lifestyle collections for men and women. Discounts of up to 80% off original RRP!

100% waterproof, windproof and highly breathable jackets, vests, waisted trousers and hi-fits from the harbour sailing, coastal and offshore ranges at greatly reduced prices. 2011 marine stock on sale! Good range of drainage trainers, classic leather boat shoes and lightweight marine grade trainers available. Also a limited number of Henri Lloyd sea boots – which are always the first items to go so get in quick!

















 


And it’s a great time to spring clean your wardrobe for summer, the Henri Lloyd lifestyle sample collection and discontinued lines are also on sale. With approximately 3000 samples received each year there is plenty to choose from for both men and women. Classic polos, stunning woven shirts, board shorts, t-shirts, skirts, shorts, pants, jeans, swim suits, bikinis, caps, socks, knits, rugbys and much more. Get a head start on your Christmas shopping!

Where: Henri Lloyd Showroom, 90 Alexander Street, Crows Nest, NSW 2065.
Hours: 10am-5pm Monday to Saturday and 10am-4pm Sundays
Sale starts Friday 19th October and ends Sunday 28th October 2012
Tel: 02 9966 8064 for more details

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