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COMPETITION: WINNER - Win 2 Tickets to ShAFF, a BetaStick Evo, and a Moon Warrior Crash Pad!

WINNER: Singrams

With just over 2 weeks to go until the start of the 13th annual Sheffield Adventure Film Festival, we are giving one lucky reader the chance to win a pair of tickets to their choice of one of three dedicated climbing film sessions, as well as climbing goodies courtesy of Sheffield based gear manufacturers Beta Climbing Designs and Moon.

ShAFF has a packed programme with over 100 of the latest outdoor adventure films, submitted by filmmakers from around the world. Read our round up of the festival's dedicated climbing offer here.

Voyager, 140 kb
Voyager
© Puzzleglass Films

Be the first to get your hands on the new BetaStick Evo which receives its official launch at this year's ShAFF. Building on the original BetaStick, which was born, designed and built in 2002 in Sheffield to smoothly and efficiently remote clip bolts, the BetaStick Evo features a whole set of updates to reflect the needs of modern sport climbing and is the culmination of 15 years' experience, research and design in remote clipping devices.

BetaStick Evo, 173 kb
BetaStick Evo
© Beta Climbing Designs

If that is not enough to entice you to enter, we have a Moon Warrior pad for the takings! This pad got a big thumbs up when reviewed by the UKC Gear team, it has an innovative 'reverse fold' system, folding taco style to provide a surface with no creases and with the landing surface folding to the outside.

The Moon Warrior in use at Raven Tor, 168 kb
The Moon Warrior in use at Raven Tor
© Moon

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