WIN one of Nine Wild Country Helmets WINNERSby Michael Ryan Dec/2010
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The winners are:
Amanda Seims of Leeds, Mark Lewis of Poynton and Catherine Lawrence of Colwyn Bay each win a Wild Country Alpine Shield.
Craig Hannah of Oldham, Peter Ramshaw of Stoke-on-Trent and Tim Bonham of Rawtenstall each win a Wild Country Rock Lite helmet.
Annette Haines of Sheffield, Luke Bibbey of Bishop's Stortford and Ian Stewart of Aviemore each win a Wild Country 360.
There are nine Wild Country helmets to win this week. Three Wild Country Rock Lite Helmets (rrp £65), three Wild Country Alpine Shield Helmets (rrp £74) and three Wild Country 360 Helmets (rrp £49).
Simply answer these three questions:
1. What does EPS stand for?
2.How light is a size 1 Wild Country 360 helmet
3.Two of the Wild Country helmets can be fitted with Wild Country's exclusive Shield which gives loads more protection against ice and rock fall, can you name both these helmets?
Answers found at the Wild Country Helmet page at www.wildcountry.co.uk
EMAIL YOUR ANSWERS (by next Friday) WITH YOUR: Choice of Helmet and your full name and address to - : firstname.lastname@example.org
The Rock Lite is a close fitting, superlight performance helmet. Well vented and fully featured it is made to perform in the most demanding of circumstances with out disturbing the ability of those using it.
The Alpine Shield helmet is the worlds first truly modular climbing helmet and the first to allow a choice of protection levels at the turn of a screw! A high performance EPS inner is complemented by an optional outer shell that attaches quickly and easily to make a stronger, safer unit for harsher conditions.
A classic, stylish, superstrong cross-season performer, the 360 helmet has been designed to provide the highest levels of all round protection. Utilising Wild Country's 'Extended EPS System' – the 360 offers front, side and rear impact protection, making it one of the safest helmets available.
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