Polartec and Mountain Equipment Competition: Week Three

by Michael Ryan Nov/2010
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Week Three winner is Stewart Jordan of Dundee.

Week three of the Polartec competition.

Last weeks winner was Mark McDonald of Luton with these answers.

1. When did Polartec launch the original Polartec Powershield? The original Polartec Power Shield was launched in 1998

2. What is the new Polartec Powershield called? It's full name please. Polartec Power Shield Pro

3. How much wind does the new Polartec Powershield block?The Polartec Power Shield Pro blocks 99% of wind

This week more great prizes, three new questions.

New Questions below

Polartec Classic Fleece, 114 kb

Over the next few weeks we will be running several Polartec® competitions - www.polartec.com.

In this the third competition up for grabs are: a Mountain Equipment Powerstretch Beanie, a pair of Mountain Equipment Touchgrip gloves and a Mountain Equipment Micro jacket.

ME prizes, 45 kb

All you have to do is answer the following questions.

1. Name a Polartec material whose main property is warmth?

2. What is the name of the international adventure award programme that Polartec runs?

3. Where was Polartec founded?

Email your answers (and your name and address) to info@springpr.com by next WEdnesday (8th December) and we will announce the winner the day after.


Polartec® Power Shield® Pro is Polartec's latest softshell fabric that is soft, stretchy, highly breathable, wind resistant, warm, lightweight and has increased water resistance due to a new microporous, water-resistant polyurethane membrane. It has increased abrasion resistance and is machine washable.

Polartec UK, 17 kb

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Learn more about Polartec®Power Shield® at www.polartec.com

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