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Millet Outdoor Clothing and equipment samples at knock down prices

Millet - The French Mountain Apparel brand started business in 1921, before moving closer to it's natural home, Annecy in the French Alps. Starting with sacks and bags, and followed by clothing and other equipment designed by and for climbers, Millet have built their name on quality and performance in the mountains. They are exclusive equipment providers for the Chamonix Guides Company.

All Millet Mountain products in this section are 40 to 50% off RRP as they are sales samples and may have been used for studio photo shoots or presentations at sales meetings. Therefore the product does not come with any warranty. You may return the product under our standard 7 day returns terms if the product does not fit or isn't what you expected / wanted. Beyond that period the product is effectively a sold as seen product and cannot be returned for manufacturing defects or failures.

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