About 31 Days of Giveaways:
Do you hear that? Ski season is knocking on the door, and we want to make sure you’re geared up and ready to answer. Every day for the entire month of October, we’ll be giving away amazing prizes from some of the top brands in the outdoor industry. Skis, boots, jackets, helmets, goggles, and more is on the line—and it’s all just a few clicks away. Register once, twice, or all 31 days in a row, it’s up to you. With your chances at winning starting fresh every day, check back daily for the newest swag up for grabs. Sign up now and we’ll see you and your new gear on the slopes this winter.
Today, one lucky winner will be selected to receive a Vapor 2L Jacket, Stoker 2L Bib, Chris Benchetler Team Baron Trigger Mitt, and a Chris Benchetler Team Poacher RAS 26L backpack from Dakine.
The Vapor Jacket is ready for a challenge. A fully-taped GORE-TEX build handles all conditions, while the tailored fit moves naturally with your body. The Vapor is cut long for added coverage on the lift or an exposed ridge. It’s decked out with a removable powder skirt, wrist gaiters, and a built-in goggle cloth. Pit vents and a quick-dry lining help regulate your body temperature, too.
Fully loaded with features and pocket space, and rounded out with the best in waterproof breathable performance, the Stoker 3L GORE-TEX Bib is a staple for riders looking for supreme performance in the backcountry or at the resort. Articulated knees and a stretch back panel allow for better range of motion, and the Quick Fly hidden zipper means easy backcountry relief!
Designed to keep team rider Chris Benchetler’s hands warm, the Baron Trigger Mitt features a waterproof-breathable GORE-TEX liner and Gore Grip technology for dexterity and all-day storm protection. A combination of Primaloft® insulation and a soft wool liner deliver the all-conditions warmth that Benchetler needs to stay focused. The trigger finger design adds dexterity over a traditional mitt shape.
The Team Poacher R.A.S. 26L is pro rider Chris Benchetler’s go-to pack. It has the technical features and fit he demands for riding steep lines and features a rendering of Benchetler’s original artwork on the back panel. The contoured straps and back create a snug fit for aggressive skiing. The panel loader design includes full-zip back entry and separate avalanche tool storage. The pack is compatible with the Mammut® Removable Airbag System 3.0 and features Dakine’s exclusive RollTop closure.
Founded in Hawaii in 1979 and located at the base of Mt. Hood in Hood River, Oregon, Dakine builds backpacks, travel bags, accessories, outerwear and clothing for people who love to surf, snowboard, skateboard, mountain bike, ski, windsurf, kiteboard and travel. See more at dakine.com.
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