|Fancy wining this down jacket?|
Aye, it might well be the wrong time of year to even be considering the prize up for grabs in this wee competition. At least you could save some pennies for winter 2012 and you just never know how the weather will turn out in the coming months if the past two seasons are anything to go by!
So, what’s up for grabs?
A Kathmandu Hooded Down Jacket. Size large and mens fit. Weighs just shy of 800g.
I was supposed to be testing this garment out during last winter but alas I never got round to it what with other commitments. So, I’m giving it away.
As soon as you slip into the jacket, you’ll feel toasty, snug and warm. Any nearby bug will look at you with envy. The fleece collar and cuffs feel nice too. Only recently I’ve been using a Kathmandu down sleeping bag which you can read about HERE.
Here’s some general info concerning this down jacket from Kathmandu:
Cosy warm and highly compressible, the Hooded Down Jacket v4 has been constructed to deliver the best in everyday performance and travel functionality.
The adjustable cuffs and hem, and fleece lined collar provide supreme comfort while the optimal hem length, wind and water resistance delivers a high level of weather protection.
- 700 loft power goosedown fill
- Fleece-lined zipped pockets
- Adjustable hem
- Fleece lined collar
- Integrated stretch storm cuffs
- 2 way front zip
- Adjustable and removable hood with visor
- Chest pocket with internal cord port
- Fabric shell is 100% recycled Polyester
- Lining is 100% Nylon
- Loft average is 550
So, fancy winning one of these down jackets?
Answer the following question and send me your answer via email (click on the ‘kontactr me’ button near the top of this page).
One winner will be chosen at random from correct entries (one per person) submitted and notified on this blog on Sunday 1st July 2012. The prize will be posted to the winner via recorded mail UK residents only.
Kathmandu is a brand specializing in outdoor clothing and equipment for travel and adventure with over 110 stores worldwide. They have stores in London, Brighton and Bristol. Goods can also be purchased on the UK website: www.kathmandu.co.uk
Kathmandu design, test, make and sell their products themselves so they can check the product quality at every stage of the process.
In which country does the Kathmandu brand originate?