Want to be the envy of your camping, hiking, techy friends all in one go? Want a chance at winning over $1000 worth of gear goodies—direct from the Summer Outdoor Retailer 2014 show floor? No, it’s not a trick question, we really are giving away the whole kit and kaboodle from our latest OR Show roundup. For a full review of each and every item we’re giving away, be sure to check out our story from the Summer Outdoor Retailer, last week.
We’re sure any one of these prize packs will make someone’s holiday season that extra bit special:
One pair of Rockport loafers ($110)
Sawyer mini filter ($25)
One pair of 180s All-Touch gloves ($55)
Kestrel DROP D2 ($150)
Guideline ‘Swift’ shades ($80)
Coghlan’s PowerPack ($50)
Total value: $465
One pair Blundstone 510 boots ($150)
FitTop filter and bottle ($25)
Timex Ironman Move X20 ($130)
Klymit Intertia O Zone ($100)
Enerplex Jumpr Slate 5K ($60)
Wallaroo Jasper ($39.95) and Naples ($44.00) hats
Total value: $548
Enerplex Kickr IV ($130)
Jabra wireless headphones ($100)
EZ-Fit insoles ($40)
2X Body Glide ($12)
180s head warmer ($80)
Vapor microfilter and anti-bottle ($70)
Total value: $437
To enter all you have to do is leave a comment below this post. When you leave your comment, let us know, “what helps get you the most out of your Utah?”. For a second bonus entry, make sure you’re also signed up to our email newsletter (top right of site).
Good luck! Three winners will be selected randomly on Monday, December 1, 2014.
* Prizes have been donated by individual vendors and may be a combination of on-hand items and size/color/gender specific products which will be ordered and shipped directly from the awarding vendor(s).
* Winner/s must be able to collect prize package in person (Salt Lake County), most prizes cannot be mailed.
* The Utah Review will not be held responsible for items shipping directly from awarding companies.
* Winners are responsible for all tax implications related to this prize giveaway.
* Some items subject to change or removal from prize packages entirely, dependent on vendor.
I get the most out of My Utah with my Subaru! Can hold all my gear, easy to load, great on gas; so it’s easy to travel around all that Utah has to offer!
P.S. I’m also an email subscriber.
A great pair of shades and sunscreen.
All adventures are better with friends!
I get the most out of Utah thanks to awesome social media outlets and groups. Love all of the outdoorsy folks who are kind enough to answer questions I have and share info!
STOKED! My husband would be so happy if I won this for him. What helps me get the most out of my Utah? My bicycle and our Xterra. We love to cycle around and see things up close, we drag the kids around in the bike cart and get outdoors so much more than in a car. Our xterra takes us off road to all the best camping spots.
Visited my friend in Ogden, UT recently. Friends on the trail is definitely what helps me get the most out of Utah!
My trusty mountain bike
What helps me get the most out of Utah are many things: the Salt Lake Trib’s Local news, KUER and KUED, Catalyst, City Weekly, volunteering at Red Butte Garden, Slow Food Utah, The City Library, the Farmers’ Markets, Broadway Theater,Sundance Film Festival, biking, hiking and skiing. Those are the things that help me get the most out of Utah’
how can I make a moderation?
What helps me get the most out of Utah? The great Utah weather!
Initiative, curiosity and good maps
Access to public lands! There’s so many beautiful options…state and national parks, national monuments, wilderness areas, BLM lands, and national forests!
All the great car shows!! So many great shows and people here in Utah!
cruising around Moab on my two wheeler before heading to the brewery for a beer and tacos.
My Skis! Hopefully I can get out there is the summer some time too.
My camera. Thanks so much for the chance to win! Wow!
My fly rod and a pocket full of root beer barrels helps me get the most out of my Utah.
Nothing but a flask!
My boots, wife and dog. That’s all I need to go see this great state!
Binoculars and a comfy chair.
All I need is my family, great weather, and a guidebook on some of the local hiking trails. I love Utah.
My snowboard, hands down! It made me really fall in love with Utah.
I like the desert, so much to offer.
I like getting out and exploring out of the way places.
Whether it is in the mountains, desert or valleys my bike allows me to enjoy every thing Utah has to offer.
My desire to explore and see new areas and try new things. Whether it light walks on a mushroom hunt up Sardine Canyon or a more aggressive and yet equally scenic trip on Antelope Island with the Buffalo. So much to do here, so much to see. The fun never ends!
Camera and the Internet to tell me where to go 🙂
Being able to actually enjoy 4 seasons in 1 state helps me get the most out of my Utah!
I also subscribed!
Driving through the beautiful canyons throughout my lovely home state of Utah provides me with the best scenery to be found nationwide. This is how I get the most out of Utah.
My mountain bike and great trails.
I get the most out of Utah when I see people outdoors having fun.
I’m a subscriber too.
We drive all over Utah! So my Toyota Sienna definitely helps me get the most out of this state!
I get the most out of Utah from learning about cool places from bloggers and other outdoor lovers!
I get the most out from experiencing it firsthand with events, nature, and everything else there is to do here!
I’m signed up for your emails!
Awareness. I like hearing and seeing about things going on and places to go. Like everyone else, I love the outdoors. So being in the know of what is going on helps me get the most of Utah.
My Jeep, my friends, and day jobs that motivate a constant need for vacations help me get the most out of Utah. Free gear wouldn’t hurt either. 🙂
My feet and my tennis racket. I love being able to walk or hike throughout Utah. And, I use both my feet and racquet to play tennis. Last summer I had the good fortune to play early-morning tennis nearly every Friday at Mt. Ogden Park in Ogden. s the sun begins peeking through the mountains, I’ve often wondered if you could find such as stunning backdrop for a tennis court anywhere else in the world, not to mention the fun people with a little friendly competition. A great way to start the day.
Our trailer helps us get the most out of Utah, we love to visit new places.
thanks for stopping by the Blackrapid booth today it was good to meet you.