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Win a $1,000 Winter Camping Package from L.L. Bean

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.

To Enter:

  • 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 FacebookTwitterGoogle+, 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.

The Prizes:

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).


Review your gear to win. 

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