Enter the 2023 Holiday Giveaway

It’s hard to believe that a new year is already approaching. To celebrate, we’re hosting a holiday giveaway!

No purchase is necessary to win, and three fabulous prizes are available! One prize includes a pair of snowshoes by our giveaway sponsor, Dion-NeviTREK Snowshoes.  The giveaway remains open from November 30th to December 22nd, 2023. See details for the contest below.

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To Enter the Giveaway

Please complete the entry form through our giveaway link, hosted by EasyPromos: https://pr.easypromosapp.com/p/970187. You can fill out the entry form by clicking on ‘enter.’

You will need to include the following information for entry:

1) your first and last name
2) your email for prize notification
3) accept the privacy policy
4) accept the terms and conditions of the giveaway

The giveaway is open to individuals aged 18 and over who reside in the US or Canada. Each person can only enter the giveaway one time. All entries must be received by Friday, December 22nd, at 11:59 pm MT (extended from December 17th). All personal data included in the entry will not be shared with any third party. We will only use personal data to notify contest winners.

As mentioned above, there is no cost to enter our holiday giveaway. You can read the competition terms and conditions upon entering the giveaway. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact us.

Read More: 10 Gift Ideas for Snowshoers This Holiday

Winner Determination and Prizes

We will choose three winners randomly using the Easy Promos random selection tool. At least three entries must be received by the closing date to select the winners and carry out the giveaway.

The winners will be notified via email and asked for their address to mail the prize. Each winner will receive one of the following prizes:

Dion-NeviTREK Snowshoes

Win a pair of Dion 132 snowshoes for your next adventure! Made in the USA, the Dion 132 Snowshoes have an optimal load of 140-200 (63.5 – 90 kg), depending on the binding and cleats. The features of this snowshoe include:

  • Frame made of hand-crafted, aircraft-grade aluminum
  • Heel cleat with a Teflon hard coat to help prevent ice and snow from sticking
  • Sleeve-joined tubing for added strength
  • Neoprene springs on the hinge for constant tension and improved articulation
  • Lightweight, abrasion-resistant decking
  • Interchangeable bindings and cleats

Read More: Snowshoes Made in the USA: Impacts by the Pandemic

Minus 33 Accessory Pack

Keep your extremities warm with this accessory pack from Minus 33! In the pack, you’ll receive one Ridge Cuff Beanie (midweight), one Balaclava (midweight), and one pair of Liner Gloves (lightweight).

The Ridge Cuff Beanie is made of 100% Merino wool. It’s double-layered for those cold winter days while remaining lightweight, comfortable, and packable.

The Balaclava is an incredibly versatile accessory when snowshoeing in frigid temperatures. Wear this 100% Merino wool accessory under another hat or the hood of a jacket. Cover your head, ears, and mouth, or on warmer days, use it as a gaiter for your neck.

The lightweight Liner Gloves are ideal for keeping your fingers warm as a layer underneath your waterproof gloves. Or if the weather warms up, you can use these 85% Merino wool gloves all by themselves.

Read More: Keep Your Hands, Feet, and Head Warm for Snowshoeing 

Jack Wolfskin Women’s Routeburn Pro Insulated Jacket

The Routeburn Pro Insulated Jacket is the perfect addition to your multi-season hiking gear.

Here are a few key features:

  • Windproof and water-repellent Texashield Pro shell fabric
  • Primaloft insulation and soft fleece to keep you warm and comfortable
  • Stretchy fleece inserts to ensure full freedom of movement
  • Made of almost exclusively recycled polyester for sustainability

Please note: The prize available is a women’s size medium in grapevine.

Read More: Snowshoeing Dress Code: Tips for What Clothing To Wear

About the author

Susan Wowk, sponsored by Dion-NeviTREK Snowshoes

Susan has owned Snowshoe Magazine with her husband, Paul, since 2015. In late 2018, she became involved in writing and editing content and is now the lead editor of the publication. A true winter lover and avid snowshoer, Susan looks forward to traveling to new locations and opportunities to snowshoe and break trails every season!

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