Win Kate’s fave outdoor kit


Win Kate’s fave outdoor kit
Nov, 2018

This competition has now taken place and the winner has been drawn. Don’t worry if you missed it this time – we’ll be announcing another exciting competition soon!

 

To celebrate the launch of Kate’s new book Thinking on My Feet she’s got together with some of her favourite outdoor brands to offer a fantastic prize giveaway! You could win a signed copy of Thinking on My Feet, one Fjӓllrӓven Raven 28 rucksack in Redwood and a year’s subscription to OS Maps.

To take part: go to Kate’s Win my fave outdoor kit instagram post, use #thinkingonmyfeet and tag a friend you’d like to go for a walk with.

The competition will open at 10am on Tuesday 11th November and will finish at midnight on Friday 16th November. The winner will be announced on Monday 19th November.

Fjӓllrӓven Raven 28

The Raven rucksack is one of Fjӓllrӓven’s bestsellers and it is easy to see why. This classic 28 litre backpack is packed full of features including:

  • G-1000 HeavyDuty Eco fabric is super hardwearing.
  • Multiple practical pockets including a dedicated, zipped laptop compartment
  • Comfortable padded back panel and shoulder straps.
  • Internal security pocket for valuables.
  • Front compartment with mesh organiser pocket.

We’ll be giving away the Fjӓllrӓven Raven rucksack featured here, in Redwood.

Read more about Fjӓllrӓven

OS Maps

OS Maps is an award-winning app from Ordnance Survey for exploring the great outdoors. It’s simple to use but feature-rich, using GB’s most detailed leisure mapping. Combining Ordnance Survey’s iconic mapping (1:25 000, 1:50 000) with other features such as 3D and Augmented Reality, it helps people get outside more often.

OS Maps have lots of great features, including:

  • Use across devices, to view, create and sync routes between desktop and mobile and access all 607 of paper leisure maps online.
  • Print or download favourite areas can be, so any part of GB can be viewed, even without a mobile signal.
  • As well as 1.8 million routes (which include several thousand premium routes from walking and hiking magazines), users can plot their own to follow, print and share.
  • Use the new aerial 3D layer to ‘fly-through’ routes in stunning 3D before setting out orview OS Maps in Augmented Reality mode – which gives additional leisure information about the local area.

Find out more about using OS maps

Ordnance SurveyOS Maps
Ordnance Survey OS Maps

Read full competition T&Cs.


Visit Kate's Instagram page and enter.
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