31 Days of Giveaways—Ridge Merino

Win a full set of merino wool baselayers, midlayers, neck gaiters and beanies

Stay warm and comfortable this winter with high-performance Ridge Merino wool baselayers and accessories. Regarded as the gold standard for athletic apparel, Merino is noted for its breathability, moisture-wicking, and natural antibacterial qualities. One male and one female will be the winners of today’s prize: two full sets of high performance Ridge Merino wool baselayers, midlayers, neck gaiters, and cashmere beanies.

About Ridge Merino:

Ridge Merino’s mission is to develop high-quality, high-value Merino wool apparel that performs as well in daily life as it does in the wildest outdoor conditions. Our clothes are clean, simple, comfortable, and chemical-free. Ridge items cost less than you’re used to paying for comparable high-end Merino wool products. Because we sell direct and eliminate the retailer, Ridge has no additional mark-up and lower overhead.

We’re committed to operating in a responsible and ethical manner and working with partners that share those values. Our Merino wool is sustainably sourced, and we donate a percentage of every sale to environmental causes through our partnership with 1% For the Planet, an international organization whose members contribute at least one percent of their annual sales to environmental causes.   

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.

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