Outdoor Research Competition: 13 chances to win

by Michael Ryan Dec/2011
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Seattle based Outdoor Research are known for their solidly designed outdoor gear: from gaiters, gloves and hats to innovative jackets and pants, and technical layering systems. Here's your chance, well 13 chances to win some OR gear.

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Warrant Gloves
UKC Articles, Dec 2011
© Outdoor Research
First we have three pairs of the Outdoor Research Warrant gloves to win. The Warrant gloves are perfect for ice and mixed climbing with their articulated design, leather palm, and main body of GORE-TEX® and PrimaLoft® giving good dexterity, a sticky grip, insulation and protection.

Check out the Warrant goves at www.outdoorresearch.com

We also have TEN Wind Warrior hats, for you; the Wind Warrior is a toasty skull cap made from WINDSTOPPER® Technical Fleece with Polartec® Wind Pro® ear panels. It easily fits under a helmet or shell hood, and can be used as a skull base layer.

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Wind Warrior Hat
UKC Articles, Dec 2011
© Outdoor Research
Check the Wind Warrior hat at www.outdoorresearch.com

Outdoor Research Competition

OR have special guarantee that states:

'Outdoor Research products are guaranteed forever.'

What is that guarantee called? Fill in the form, with your answer, below.

This competition ends on 20th December.

This competition has now closed.

Find your local Outdoor Research stockist at: www.outdoorresearch.co.uk.

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