It's time to get ready for winter adventure, with the help of L.L. Bean.
We're giving one member a winter camping package for two worth more than $1,000 thanks to the generous folks at L.L. Bean. Review any of your outdoor gear and you could win both a four-season Backcountry Dome Tent and two 0-degree DownTek Mummy bags.
We want to know how your own gear performed out there. Tell us about your outdoor equipment or apparel in a review now through Tuesday, October 21, and you're entered to win this impressive winter prize package. Because the fourth season awaits.
- Write a review now through Tuesday, October 21, of your own field-tested outdoor gear, apparel, or footwear. Every complete (150 words minimum), qualifying review counts as an entry, and helps other members of our outdoor gear community find great gear .
- Share your review on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or other social media.
- You're entered! On Wednesday, October 22, we'll randomly draw one eligible gear reviewer to win this L.L. Bean prize package.
- We'll also throw in a Trailspace Trail Runner Cap to wear on your outdoor adventures.
Colder weather requires the right gear for the conditions, and you'll be ready. One gear reviewer will win two winter sleeping bags, plus a four-season tent.
Win two L.L. Bean DownTek winter mummy bags, plus a backcountry tent for two worth $1,100 total!
Two Down Sleeping Bags with DownTek, Mummy 0° for you and a companion come in men's (regular, long) and women's models.
They feature DownTek 650-fill down that resists moisture and retains loft in wet conditions; a baffle design that keeps insulation on the top and sides to prevent cold spots; a draft tube; and exterior and interior shells of downproof ripstop nylon, with a water-repellent coating on the outer ($700 total value).
The rugged, four-season Backcountry 2-Person Dome Tent has a design worthy of winter expeditions, with ventilation for warm-weather camping. It features a frame that bear snow loads, stands up to heavy winds, and shed downpours; outlet vents to increase airflow; dual vestibules to store wet winter gear; and a fly, frame, and footprint that can be pitched independently to create a lightweight shelter ($399 value).
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