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Win a Montane Ultra Alpine 38 +5 pack.

, 72 kb

The bi-product of extensive testing and design input between Montane and international climbing legend Andy Kirkpatrick, the Ultra Alpine 38 +5 pack is a serious piece of kit.

Described by Andy Kirkpatrick as: '...highly specialised and niche, a real climbers pack...'

Designed to be a technical pack for long alpine climbs, it was developed and constructed in keeping with Andy's - and Montane's - design philosophies. The pack is stripped back to its most efficient minimum; everything you definitely need, nothing you don't; light, but still tough.

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Its stripped-back nature allows for a very high standard of construction for its price of £150. Using Dimension Polyant® VX-21 fabric in the main body, it is ultra lightweight yet exceptionally tough and strong. Featureing a superb DWR and tear and abrasion resistance. This also keeps it light, at 615g.

Its large wide mouth pack opening with roll-top dry bag closure for extra storm protection and fast access to gear. Featuring an additional 5 litre pull out roll-top extension with a 'Cord Lord' quick release mechanism, allowing for overpacking during insertion hikes.

Further reinforcing its lightweight and rugged utility, the Ultra Alpine 38 +5 features tough metal components throughout that are glove and mitt friendly.

To be in with a chance of winning the Montane Ultra Alpine 38 +5 simply answer the question below:

This competition closes on Thursday, 10th May

This competition is only open to registered users

Please Register as a New User or Login as Existing User to enter

Q1: Which famous climber helped design the Montane Ultra Alpine 38 +5?

- This competition is only open to registered users at UKClimbing.com and UKHillwalking.com.
- The winners will be notified by email.
- You must include a full name and functioning address.
- Prizes will only be posted to a UK or Ireland address.
- The winners' names will be announced on this page after the competition has closed. You can find winners of all our competitions by going to the Competition page and checking previous competitions with the word WINNER(S) in the title.



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