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WINNER - Win an Organic Climbing Accessories Bundle Competition

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WINNER: Cammy_5057

Organic Climbing and Friction Labs are teaming up to give away the perfect accessories bundle for any climber.

This bundle is worth over £200.

Organic Climbing are based in the USA and all of their products are crafted with simplicity and longevity in mind, and utilise the highest quality materials to create a superb product. Friction Labs hail from Boulder, Colorado. Friction Labs produce the purest chalk on the market, which means you chalk up less, and help keep your skin healthy, which in turn means you climb harder.

The Bundle:

Organic Artist Tote Bag

This 1000d nylon fully lined tote features a wide adjustable, 2" strap that doesn't dig in under heavy loads, top closure flap secured with a revamped triple-swath hook and loop, front pouch for valuables, double-stitched seams for extra durability, and of course, colorful one-of-a-kind Organic accents.

Organic Large Chalk Bag

Guaranteed to be one-of-a-kind, Organic chalk bags are made from recycled cutting scraps from the production of pads and other items in their workshop. After 10 years of producing these icon chalk bags, Organic have updated the current version so it now features a super stiff rim for easy chalking and a clean aesthetic.

Organic Artist Tote Bag  © Organic
Organic Artist Tote Bag
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Organic Large Chalk Bag  © Organic
Organic Large Chalk Bag
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Organic Cake vs Pie T-Shirt

A timeless sketch from one of Organic’s first employees in Laramie WY. More than a conversation starter, Organic claim to know folks who are married thanks to a conversation sparked by this shirt! Cake vs. Pie image is on the front of the shirt, Classic ORGANIC logo down back spine. 50% Cotton / 50% Polyester shirt for softness.

Organic Black Print Hoodie

A super soft, warm pull over hoody made from 50 percent cotton, 50 percent Polyester fleece. Perfect for crisp days out or as your go to hoodie when the temp gets cool. Features the colorful Block Print style logo on front chest.

Organic Cake vs Pie T-Shirt  © Organic
Organic Cake vs Pie T-Shirt
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Organic Black Print Hoodie  © Organic
Organic Black Print Hoodie
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Organic Retro Beanie

Inspired by the high school ski team hats. Cozy thick 100% Acrylic knit hat to ward off the chills on perfect friction days.

Friction Labs 1oz Chalk

A 1oz bag of all 3 Friction Labs blends: Unicorn Dust (Fine), Gorrila Grip (Chunky), and Bam Bam (Super Chunky).

Organic Retro Beanie  © Organic
Organic Retro Beanie
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Friction Labs 1oz Chalk  © Friction Labs
Friction Labs 1oz Chalk
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This competition has now closed.

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1 Dec, 2016
The 'read more' link isn't working for me.
1 Dec, 2016
Ditto, can't see it on the articles page either
1 Dec, 2016
An Organic Artist Tote Bag? Consider me in! I'll get working on a suitably hipster beard.
1 Dec, 2016
And do take all the gears and brakes off yer pushbike too.
4 Dec, 2016
Organic chalk bags? But chalk is inorganic. It was organic; but not now.
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