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Win $430 Worth of Biking and Hiking Gear from Source

Could you use an extra pack or two? We're giving one Trailspace member $430 worth of hiking and mountain biking gear from Source this month. Review your outdoor gear in September and it could all be yours: a 25-liter day pack, hydration pack, two pairs of sandals, plus separate water reservoir and accessories.

Whether it's your hammock or hydration pack, kayak or crampons, review your gear and you're automatically entered to win it all.

To Enter: 

  • Write a review now through Tuesday, September 29, of your own field-tested outdoor gear, apparel, or footwear. Every complete, qualifying review counts as an entry.
  • You're entered!
  • On Wednesday, September 30, we'll draw one eligible gear reviewer to win this Source prize pack.

The Source Prizes


Source Pulse hydration pack with Widepac reservoir

One Trailspace member will win all of the following gear from Source ($430 value): 

  • 25-liter Paragon daypack with Widepac Hydration System for hiking or mountain biking ($150 MSRP)
  • minimalist Pulse hydration pack with detachable front pouch for biking, running, and hiking ($64)
  • D|Vide hydration bladder with two separate compartments for two different drinks ($45)
  • Stream classic sport hiking sandals with X-strap system and A.R.T GRIP footbed ($85)
  • Djibouti flip-flops for campsite comfort ($45). 
  • two Magnetic Clips to attach your hydration tube to your shirt or shoulder strap ($12 each)
  • Winter Tube Kit to turn your hydration system into a winter one ($17)

 

Review your gear and be entered to win it all.

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See full Write-a-Review Giveaway rules.

Comments

On it! 

I have a bag pack and its been with me since i was 16 years old. My deuter navajo 35 is still in usable condition since I bought its. Now iam 33 years old and i glad to always rely on my deuter navajo 35 since 17 years ago. Haha.

haida mohammad said:

I have a bag pack and its been with me since i was 16 years old. My deuter navajo 35 is still in usable condition since I bought its. Now iam 33 years old and i glad to always rely on my deuter navajo 35 since 17 years ago. Haha.

Perhaps you'll consider reviewing your Deuter Navajo 35, Haida.

https://www.trailspace.com/gear/deuter/navajo-35/

Many of us enjoy seeing reviews of older packs and other gear that has been well used and appreciated.

-Alicia

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