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COMPETITION: WINNERS - Win Red Chili Rock Shoes & Bouldering Gear

WINNERS: zb1, archierob

Red Chili rock shoes are about to make a comeback in the UK, and we've teamed up with UKClimbing to offer two lucky climbers the chance to win a pair of performance rock shoes, a boulder bag, brush and chalk worth over £135. Almost everything you'll need at the wall or the crag this coming winter. Here's what you could win:

Red Chilli Competition, 144 kb

Spirit VCR

The Spirit VCR hugs the foot, for a tight fit. The oversized hook & loop strap applies pressure across the upper foot, improving fit and sensitivity. In addition, the improved triple VCR strapping as well as a firm midsole give the climber the power and support for bouldering and a wide variety of routes. The Red Chili Impact Zone adds comfort to the heel when jumping off boulders or belaying.

, 94 kb

Reactor Boulder Bag

Durable and dust-proof rolltop-closure. Outside zipper-pocket with lined smartphone pouch and key holder. An additional pocket and brush-pockets offer plenty of space for all your bouldering gear

, 139 kb

Dirty Hairy

A small boulder brush made in Germany from natural materials. It's perfect for cleaning holds of excess chalk and dirt.

, 46 kb

As an added bonus we'll throw in 210g of Red Chili chalk for good measure. To be in with a chance of winning all you have to do is visit the Red Chili website, read a bit about us, and answer this simple question:

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