La Sportiva Stickit Competition: Rock Shoes for Youngstersby Lyon Outdoor May/2013
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This competition is closed. The winners are: - London, Claudia - Leicester, Ben - Keswick, Pootle - Little Hoddington, and cljtse - Luton.
If you have just started climbing this is a competition for you, or your parents and friends who may want to enter for you.
Youngsters usually start climbing in trainers or rental rock shoes: now it's time to get your own pair of rock shoes and there are none better than the La Sportiva Stickit Kids Rock Shoe, Lyon Outdoor have five pairs to give away.
The Stickit ( SRP £40) is designed for younger climbers with a comfortable, snug fit while being extremely easy to pull on thanks to the new velcro lacing system.
The Stickit has an innovative closure system that guarantees a custom fit and offers tension regulation for the young, growing foot. This system allows you to use the same shoe even as the foot grows into the next size range, making this model truly "long life". The Stickit features a FriXion RS sole and rubber toe rand.
They come in a range of sizes: 26/27 - 28/29 - 30/31 - 32/33 - 34/35.
Answer the question below to stand a chance of winning.
- This competition is only open to registered users at UKClimbing.com and UKHillwalking.com.
- Competition closes on 31st May 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.
Lyon Outdoor are the UK distributors for highly regarded outdoor brands for caving, climbing, mountaineering and general outdoor.
Their sponsored team include world leading climbers, mountaineers and adventurers. To keep in touch with news from their brands, sponsored team and details of future competitions and La Sportiva rock shoe / Petzl headlamp demo events follow them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/LyonOutdoor or via their website lyon.co.uk/outdoor.
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