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WIN Mammut Hueco Low GTX Approach shoes

WIN yourself a pair of our brand new Hueco Low GTX approach shoes.

Hueco Low GTX, 60 kb

Every Step is a winner: the Hueco Low GTX® impresses with its high-quality velours leather, which boasts excellent reobustness. You will be able to tackle uneven terrain thanks to the Michelin® rubber blend, which also offers the sole optimal grip on the rock.

The rubber toe cap protects from unpleasant falling rocks, while the TPU heel stabilizer supports your steps on uneven terrain.

With its Strobel construction, the shoe provides outstanding cushioning and is comfortable to wear.

A shoe that offers everyday comfort.

Hueco Low GTX Approach Shoes, 107 kb

Features:

– Pre-shaped tongue construction

– Rubber toe cap

– TPU Heel stabilizer

– Cushioning Strobel construction

– Michelin® rubber compound

Areas of Use:

– Approach, Every Day

To win simply answer the question below:

This competition closes on Thursday, 11th October

This competition is only open to registered users

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

Q: In which country can you find the bouldering destination Hueco Tanks?

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  • 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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Pre-shaped tongue construction....as opposed to? Rubber tow cap...now there's a thing. A TPU heel stabiliser!...!!....!!!...err Michelin rubber..yeah fine Use: Approach, Every Day....the unnecessary capitals swung...
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