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Win a pair of DOLOMITE Steinbock Low GTX 2.0

DOLOMITE montage, 207 kb

Made for mountain approaches over long routes on mixed terrain, the Steinbock Low GTX 2.0 is a particularly comfortable, sturdy and very stable shoe.

Steinbock Low 1, 176 kb

Steinbock Low 2, 173 kb

Suede upper and tongue, stretch collar, protective heel cup, rubber tip and Gore-Tex® lining are fundamental elements for a product that delivers all that is essential in a reliable, long-lasting shoe.

The shoe's true plus point is a ADH LITE moulded outsole made of a new visco-elastic polymer, Whippy®, which absorbs shock and transmits energy back to the foot at each step to make walking less tiring.

Spry-Paint technology, used to make the midsole, envelops Whippy® in a protective, supportive shell that is ultra-thin to ensure lightness.
The rubber lug sole, designed for maximum grip, guarantees stability and safety on all surfaces.

The Steinbock Low GTX 2.0 is not only a shoe for climbers but also for indefatigable lovers of mountain walking.

Steinbock Low 3, 200 kb

Steinbock Low 4, 202 kb

To win a pair of Steinbock Low GTX 2.0 simply answer the following question:

This competition closes on Thursday, 8th March

This competition is only open to registered users

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

Q2: What is the highest mountain within the Dolomites?

- This competition is only open to registered users at UKClimbing.com and UKHillwalking.com.
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- 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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