COMPETITION: TEN Osprey Talon.....COMP CLOSED: Winnersby UKC/Osprey Apr/2011
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ANSWER: Cordura® Siliconised Nylon
We received 671 entries and the winners are:
Davy Moy, Inverness.
Kai Ren Ong, Birmingham
Lindsey Kennedy, Sandbach
Dan Lane, Glossop
Gabrielle Thomas, London
Dewi Emlyn, Bethesda
Kate Mellor, Penrith
Joe Dowsett, Marlborough
Fiona Reid, Edinburgh
Diarmuid Duggan, Cork
Osprey Packs was founded in Santa Cruz, CA in 1974, with Founder, Owner and Head Designer Mike Pfotenhauer sewing custom backpacks on a customer by customer basis. Osprey Packs today is a far cry from the Osprey of 1974, with worldwide distribution, excellent brand recognition and a pocketful of editorial awards. Despite this growth, some important constants remain – Mike's design and ownership and our dedication to innovation and quality in packs.
The Talon series is Osprey's best-selling range, perfectly designed for fast moving active performance – the packs are made from a super lightweight material providing comfort and ventilation as well as having excellent back support due to the AirScape® backpanel made from ridge moulded foam. New for spring 2011 is the LidLock® feature which enables the rider to safely stow the helmet onto the pack. The series includes Talon 4, Talon 8, Talon 11, Talon 22, Talon 33 and Talon 44 and are available in a range of colours.
Talon specific pack features:
The Talon 22 is suitable for Day Adventures, Mountain Biking, and Adventure Racing (22 Litres / ~ 1,300 Cubic Inches, 810g, SRP £70/€90).
Osprey are giving away ten Talons in Indigo, so for the chance of winning one of these great packs answer the following question:
What fabric is used to make the Talon to give it a very water-repellent, light yet durable performance?
Send your answer, name and address to COMP CLOSED Closing date 12th April 2011.
This competition is open to registered users of UKClimbing.com and UKHillwalking.com only.
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