WINNER: Win a pair of SALEWA Firetail EVO GTX

by SALEWA Mar/2014
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THIS COMPETITON IS NOW CLOSED, the winners were Stuart Message and Cat Hendrie - congratulations!

SALEWA Firetail EVO GTX, 116 kb
Firetail EVO GTX , 99 kb

Grab your gear, put on your Firetail and get yourself to the crag of your choice.  Designed to offer full and versatile alpine competence as well as excellent shock absorption during the ascents and descents of the most technical trails the SALEWA Firetail EVO is for those who seek endless endurance, both on an off the trails.

The tried and tested SALEWA Firetail has been improved for 2014. The robustness and support offered by the 3F EVO system with its steel cable, wear-resistant aramid fiber protective rand and a super-sticky Vibram Approach sole remain, but now the species has evolved. Incorporating a seamless upper construction, a fast and precise lacing system and the Multi Fit Footbed Plus to provide unrivalled advantages in fit and comfort the new SALEWA Firetail EVO GTX also includes the Gore-Tex® Extended Comfort lining for excellent waterproofness and breathability.

SALEWA are giving away a pair Men's and Women's Firetails, to enter simply watch the video below and answer the following question:

This competition has now closed.

- This competition is only open to registered users at UKClimbing.com and UKHillwalking.com.
- The winners will be notified by email.
- Prizes will only be posted to a UK or Ireland address.
- The winners' names will be announced on UKC/UKH and facebook.com/UKClimbing.

 

 

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