Win Tenson Skiwear

Fancy the chance to win a Tenson Women’s Yoko Camo Ski Jacket and Matching Women’s Zola Camo Pants worth £415?

Ladies; get winter-ready with a look that really stands out on the slopes. Tenson’s skiwear range has been designed with adventure and attitude in mind. It will keep you warm and protected from the elements, and at the same time ensure you look your best this season. Every garment is manufactured to meet the demands of ambitious outdoor adventurers who need to perform at their best in the most extreme conditions. Waterproof, breathable, flexible – the materials used regulate your natural body heat and maximise your skiing experience.

Tenson and Ski Club of Great Britain are offering you the chance to win a Tenson Yoko Camo Ski Jacket and matching Zola Camo Pants with a combined retail value of £415.

The Tenson Yoko Camo Ski Jacket and matching Zola Camo Pants feature the next generation of stretch MPC Extreme fabric for optimum comfort and freedom of movement. The Yoko Jacket has adjustable cuffs and (removable) hood, articulated sleeves, hem adjustment, inner lycra cuffs, RECCO® Rescue system, ski pass pocket, snow skirt: removable with zip, two zippered chest pockets, two zippered front pockets and under arm ventilation. The Zola Pants have an adjustable waist, articulated knees, detachable suspenders, keyholder, pocket with zip in back, RECCO® Rescue system, snowgaiter, two zippered front pockets, ventilation and a zip in the leg.

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To enter: Click on the ‘Enter Competition ‘ button below, answer this question – Which specialist fabric do the Yoko and Zola feature? – and enter your details, easy!

Enter by: 28/11/2018

No purchase necessary.

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Promoted By: Ski Club of GB

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BBC Get Inspired: How to get into skiing

BBC how do i get into skiing

How do I start?

Find your local centre in England,Wales or Scotland to get yourself on the slopes. The Ski Club of Northern Ireland has a useful Facebook page too. There’s also loads of information at Disability Snowsport for anyone looking for inclusive skiing.

What is skiing?

You fix on a pair of skis to your feet, whilst wearing special boots, and glide down a slope. Many people in the United Kingdom learn the basics of alpine skiing on dry ski slopes or at indoor snow centres, which offer lessons and equipment rental.

Is it for me?

There are beginners classes all over the country, and you can pick up the basics quickly. So if you like the cold, the rush of speed and adrenaline then give it a go.

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