WINNERS: La Sportiva Mythos Anniversary: 4 Pairs To Win

by Michael Ryan Jan/2012
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Who was the designer of the La Sportiva Mythos?

Answer: Giuliano Jellici (who with Heinz Mariacher also designed La Sportiva Mirage, the world's first asymmetric, downturned climbing shoe in 1995.)

THE WINNERS ARE:

Alasdair88 of Guildford, Dan Moore of Edinburgh, Chris Gorgolewski of Edinburgh and Matt Bleesen of Fort William.

You will all receive a pair of Anniversary La Sportiva Mythos rock shoes.

Thank you to everyone who entered.


La Sportiva presents: Mythos Anniversary edition | 1991 - 2011

La Sportiva Mythos Anniversary Rock Shoe, 81 kbLa Sportiva Mythos Anniversary Rock Shoe
© La Sportiva

La Sportiva Mythos Anniversary Rock Shoe, 70 kbLa Sportiva Mythos Anniversary Rock Shoe
© La Sportiva

La Sportiva's hugely successful Mythos climbing shoe must have been spot-on when they first introduced it in 1991 as here it is, 20 years later, unchanged. Its perfect synthesis of technology, comfort and performance makes the most versatile model in the La Sportiva range - suitable for all kinds of rock, and offering the best compromise between sensitivity and friction.

To celebrate La Sportiva has created a very limited Anniversary edition of just 1991 shoes, of which just 50 will be available in the UK. Each is individually printed with its own serial number. We have four pairs, each worth £110, exclusively available in this special UKC competition.

If you aren't lucky enough to win, the Mythos Anniversary shoe is exclusively available for sale at climbing specialist Rock On, which has stocked the Mythos since it first went on sale.

A UKClimbing.com COMPETITION: Lyon Equipment and La Sportiva present: The Mythos Anniversary edition | 1991 - 2011

There are four chances to win a pair of La Sportiva Mythos Anniversary edition rock shoes. Answers in by 13th February 2012.

Watch the video above and answer the question below, and yes the spelling of the answer is important.

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