With the winter freeze truly here it’s time to stock up on some warmer clothes – and this Friday, you can do so for free, courtesy of Uniqlo.
The Japanese clothing store will let shoppers pick garments from their Heattech range this week, with absolutely zero cost.
Between 7am and 7pm this Friday, June 14, shoppers should head to Martin Place in Sydney and locate the giant Uniqlo T-shirt installation.
Japanese clothing store Uniqlo is allowing Australians to pick garments from their Heattech range for free
If they want the items, they will then need to have a ‘thermal Polaroid photo’ taken inside the installation, which will then be printed and given to them alongside a unique code.
Once they have this shoppers should head to the Uniqlo store in the MidCity Centre in Sydney and redeem it for a free Heattech item.
Heattech is a revolutionary fabric that works with your body to generate heat and retain it.
It does this by converting moisture into warmth.
Even if the temperature suddenly changes, the lightweight layer has been designed to keep you comfortable and cosy all day.
Between 7am and 7pm this Friday June 14, shoppers will need to head to Martin Place in Sydney and locate the giant Uniqlo T-shirt installation
Once they have this they simply need to head into the Uniqlo store in the MidCity Centre in Sydney and redeem it for a free Heattech item
There are three levels to choose from: a thin yet warm style, ‘extra warm’ and ‘ultra warm’.
There are a variety of items customers can shop, including turtle neck T-shirts, singlets, leggings and tights.
One item that is available is the extra warm turtle neck T-shirt, which comes in seven different colours, and the scoop neck T-shirt, which comes in shades including pink, peach and green.
Customers will be able to shop across men’s, women’s, kids’ and babies items.