WIN a Mammut Ultimate WINDSTOPPER©Softshell jacket at its new Hathersage shop-in-shop
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Love Mammut gear? Then it could be worth your while hiking over to Mammut's new shop-in-shop at The Square, Hathersage on the 23rd and 24th October. You might even walk away with a free Mammut Ultimate Inuit WINDSTOPPER©Softshell jacket worth £240.
If you're a bit of a gear head then the new 70m2 shop-in-shop at Outside's sister shop The Square will give you ample browsing room. Fitted out like a Mammut store it's stacked with the latest autumn and winter collections and, if its anything like its mono branded shops in Switzerland and throughout Europe, it's set to be a climber's dream. Don't live near Hathersage? Check out V12's shop-in-shop in North Wales and the Pro Shop at the Climbers Shop, Ambleside.
If you need advice, the team at The Square will be on-hand to answer all your questions. Fresh from Mammut's Plas Y Brenin training program, Ben, Stephen and Joe are well versed in the brand and the range so come opening weekend – 23rd and 24th October – they'll be ready to give you the low down and answer any questions you may have about Mammut gear.
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