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COMPETITION: WINNER - Win a Berghaus Cold Climbs Fleece

Versatile, robust and fast-drying, the Cold Climbs fleece is a great new winter warmth layer from Berghaus. Inspired by the brand's original Extrem range from 1986, this striking new jacket is an ideal companion, whether you're bashing up cold Scottish mountain gullies or ice climbing in Alpine valleys. It's made out of toasty Polartec® Classic 300 fabric in a deep brushed pile finish that not only provides great insulation, but also easily sheds snow in a couple of shakes, and dries fast. The Cold Climbs is extremely breathable, so works really well on its own during high exertion and when providing warmth under a shell as part of a layering system.

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Cold Climbs Men's Blue and Red
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Cold Climbs Women's grey and blue
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Features include a snug hood for added insulation, reinforced shoulders for extended use with a pack, flat lock stitching to create low profile seams for extra comfort, an active fit to deliver great freedom of movement during challenging climbs and scrambles, a zipped chest pocket, and two zipped lower handwarmer pockets. The Berghaus Cold Climbs fleece promises high performance in distinctive style. It retails at £140 and is available now in men's and women's specific versions at www.berghaus.com and from selected specialist outdoor retailers.

For your chance to win a Cold Climbs fleece simply answer the question below.

Cold Climbs man, 66 kb

Cold Climbs woman, 64 kb

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