‘Claim Your Moment’ is about capturing that special moment we’ve all experienced; when despite terrible weather, despite aching limbs and despite numerous risks we battle onwards.
To enter the competition, submit a photograph of you ‘claiming your moment’.
At the end of the competition the 10 photographs with the most votes will be shortlisted. The winner will be chosen from this shortlist by panel of judges.
1.Visit http://social.lowealpine.com/ and follow the simple onscreen instructions to upload your photograph.
2.Tweet @lowealpineuk using the hashtag #claimyourmoment to be automatically entered.
3.Use the hashtag #claimyourmoment on any instagram photo and you will be automatically entered.
Both participants and nonparticipants are eligible to vote. Voters may only vote on any one entry 3 time, and may only vote a total of 5 times.
All prizes will be picked from our brand new spring summer collection.
1 x Lowe Alpine Rucksack. Choose any pack from our SS14 2014 Range.
1 x Shell Jacket. Choose any shell or softshell from our SS14 Range.
1 x Insulation layer. Choose either any fleece/powerstretch or midlayer from our SS14 Range.
1 x Baselayer. Our Dryflo technology is one of the most popular baselayers available. Chose 1 x any baselayer from our new 2014 range.
1 x Trekking Shirt. Choose one of our brand new trekking shirts from our SS14 collection.
You will be able to view the Spring/Summer 14 range on our website from February 2014 (all prizes will be subject to stock and availability).
Mens Prize Examples
Womens Prize Examples
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