One winner from today's giveaway will be skiing in style this winter with a full outerwear kit thanks to evo and Strafe Outerwear. The men's kit includes Strafe's top-of-the-line Ozone Jacket and Capitol Pants, along with their Drifter Jacket, perfect for layering on those extra cold resort days. The women's kit features their Eden Jacket and Belle Pants, including their insulated Alpha Mid Jacket, with the warm of a light puffy but the breathability of a technical midlayer.
Evo explores the collaboration between culture and sport by seamlessly joining art, music, streetwear, and the ever-changing sports we love. Our aim is to bring all things relevant to the urban, action sports lifestyle into one creative space. Whether it is on the website, on the phone or in our store, our focus is to make all who come into contact with evo feel welcome and excited about their experience. More at https://www.evo.com/.
Founded in Aspen, Colorado, Strafe is a collection of passionate individuals whose drive for adventure is rivaled only by our commitment to creating modern mountain apparel that doesn't compromise performance, quality, or style. We like going fast, and we're continually inspired by a dedication to living life in the mountains and making versatile gear designed to perform across all conditions. We're athlete-owned, so we make the gear we need. Learn more at strafeouterwear.com.
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 so much 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, and be sure to sign up at the end of the month for one of our best Grand Prizes yet. Sign up now and we'll see you on the slopes this winter.