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Win a £200 Rab Jacket and 3 pairs of ShAFF film tickets Winner

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WINNER: supersteve


Sheffield Adventure Film Festival is celebrating its 10th birthday this month (March 20-22).  The weekend long festival – presented by technical outdoor equipment specialists Rab and supporting Sheffield’s Helipad Appeal – now attracts more than three thousand visitors.  
With a record 116 of the best adventure, extreme sports and travel films handpicked from all over the world, organisers Heason Events reckon they now show more films than any other adventure festival anywhere in the world.  

This year Rab are sponsoring two films in the ‘ShAFF Official Selection’ - The Hardest Line with Dave MacLeod and Calum Muskett  - and The Black Cuillin with mountain guide Paul Tattersall running the Cuillin Ridge.  Rab athletes Tom Randall and Pete Whittaker also star in No Sleep Till Bakewell and Rab adventurer Squash Falconer will be on the Women in Adventure Panel.  

Click here for a full run-down of what’s on for climbers at ShAFF. 



Rab Flashpoint Jacket  © Rab
New for 2015, the Rab Flashpoint Jacket offers unheard of levels of waterproof protection, breathability and features for its weight, just 180g for a Large. 

For your chance to win the new Rab Flashpoint Jacket (worth £200) and three pairs of free tickets (worth £51) to your choice of film sessions/talks at ShAFF, watch the trailer and answer the following question:


 

This competition has now closed.


Terms & conditions:
The Flashpoint Jacket is only available in a men’s cut in sizes from S to XL. Colour subject to availability.
The winner must send their choice of film sessions/talks with dates and times to ShAFF by Friday 13th March.  Tickets must be collected on the day from the Showroom Box Office at least half an hour before the session starts.
Your email will be shared with Rab and Sheffield Adventure Film Festival organisers Heason Events.



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4 Mar, 2015
Win a £200 Rab MENS jacket. Would have been nice to have known that before getting all the way to the small print. Thanks, what an awesome prize.
4 Mar, 2015
Only mens? Really, in this day and age? Tasteless negligence, Shaff.
4 Mar, 2015
Will still keep you warm surely?
5 Mar, 2015
Yes, an ill-fitting garment is always my first choice for thermal regulation.
5 Mar, 2015
Rab haven't made a women's version yet, but if you look at other manufacturer's offering (Montane for example) a lot of the fast and light stuff isn't made in women's version, economies of scale partly but also they're not fitted jackets, they're made for backing off, so durability is pants, sacrificed for weight. They're described as slim fit so no good for the portly gentleman, but again a lot of that stuff is, Raidlight, for example, seems to be aimed at 6 footers who weigh about 9 stone. I guess manufacturers could describe it all as unisex and let people take their chances.
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