WINNERS: A Hangar 18 ORR Down Sleeping Bag

by Hangar 18 ORR Mar/2013
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The answer to: What is the price of our Off Road Running Shorts? is £20.00

This competition is now closed.

The winners are:

1st: Sleeeping Bag - Liz Fowler, London
2nd: Hoodie - Laura Wilson, Eastleigh
3rd: T shirt- Jonathan Flavell, Barnsley

Thank you to everyone who entered.


Hangar 18 ORR are a young outdoor company who design and make Boulder Pants, Off-Road Running Shorts, Down Jackets and Vests, Down Sleeping Bags, Socks and T-shirts. Hangar 18 ORR have a passion for fell running, the team also indulges in orienteering, climbing, bouldering, skiing and snowboarding in mountains all around the world.

In a way of introduction to the readers of UKClimbing.com we are offering three prizes in this simple competition:

First Prize is our lightweight but warm 480gram Down Sleeping Bag. Designed for Mountain Marathons, Adventure Sports and anyone on the go.

Second Prize is our signature Hoody, with a runner up winning our Team T-shirt.

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Hangar 18 ORR Down Sleeping Bag
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All you have to do is answer the question below.

This competition has now closed.
- This competition is only open to registered users at UKClimbing.com and UKHillwalking.com.
- Competition closes on 1st April 2013 at 09.00 GMT.
- The winners will be notified by email.
- Prizes will only be posted to a UK or Ireland address.
- The winners' names will be announced on UKC/UKH and facebook.com/UKClimbing.

 

 

More About Hangar 18 ORR

The team has a huge knowledge of outdoor gear manufacturing and retailing. Linked together by a passion for Fell Running, the team also indulges in orienteering  climbing, bouldering, skiing and snowboarding the mountains all around the world.

Our product focus is on functionality, we have quickly seen that there are gaps in the market for products that are actually tested in the environment they are to perform in, at a cost effective price. We put a lot of focus on testing our products prior to production, the 380 down sleeping bag was tested for 2 years before going to production, we want to get it right first time. We have a grass routes policy we really believe [ not lip service ] in this is shown by our support to Rock Climbing , Climb North East Crankfest competition, Dorset Youth Climbing Acedemy and Exeter Climbing club to name a few of our growing supporters. 

We are based in England's last wilderness, the North Pennines, which give us great testing facilities on our doorstep, nothing like a run across remote moorland to Goldsborough Carr for a boulder session. We are all active in the Mountains just about every day, passionate about our sport and our products. Keep your eye on our website for real innovative products coming up.

 

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