5/6/10 - Climbing Shoe Review – the place where rock climbers from around the world can rate and review their climbing shoes – is kicking off May’s monthly giveaway with a new sponsor and a new contest! In addition to our prize giveaways for reviewing climbing shoes and posting in our forum, we’re also hosting a “Busted-Ass Shoe” photo contest. Upload a picture of your most thrashed pair of climbing shoes to http://www.climbingshoereview.com and you could win a pair of Mad Rock Demons! Other prizes include a $100 gift certificate from Evolv and plenty of sick gear from our sponsors BlueWater Ropes, friksn, Nutriex, Redpoint Nutrition and practical climbing.
Here’s how to enter the “Busted Ass Shoe” photo contest:
- Register an account at www.climbingshoereview.com. - Take a picture of your busted-ass climbing shoes. - Post a reply in the "Photo Submissions" topic in the "May's Busted-Ass Shoe Contest" Forum. In your reply, include a description of your busted-ass climbing shoes and a photo of the shoes. Instructions to add a photo to your post can be found in the "Photo Submissions" topic.
Don’t have climbing shoes worthy of the photo contest? No problem! Review some climbing shoes or post in our forum and you’re entered to win prizes in our May Giveaway. Here’s how:
- Register an account at www.climbingshoereview.com. - Review some climbing shoes! For each climbing shoe reviewed, you’ll receive one entry into the giveaway. The more reviews you leave, the more chances you have of winning! - Receive additional entries in the giveaway by posting in the Climbing Shoe Review forums or by linking to us on your blog, website or on Twitter.
Winners of the "Busted-Ass Shoe" contest will be selected solely at the discretion of Climbing Shoe Review. Winners of the May Giveaway will be selected at random. Winners will be announced and contacted via email by June 5, 2010. For a complete list of prize packages and rules, visit the Climbing Shoe Review website at http://www.climbingshoereview.com/Schwag/Giveaways/. There are some important guidelines about the quality of information you submit and restrictions on who can win so make sure to read the rules thoroughly.
Climbing Shoe Review would like to thank all of the companies who so generously donated products for the May Giveaway. Visit their websites, join them on Facebook, follow them on Twitter, show them some love, and tell them THANKS for supporting climbers!
That’s it! Good luck and happy climbing!
About BlueWater Ropes: BlueWater traces its roots to a family-owned business that began manufacturing ropes and cordage in 1903. Our modern history began in 1969 when we manufactured the first American-made kernmantle caving rope. This rope went on to become the now famous BlueWater II +PlusT. The standard in quality and durability. In 1975 we introduced the first synthetic low elongation rope for fire and industrial high-rise rescue. Synthetic nylon fiber was a radical departure from the norm of one inch manila ropes that were in use. We followed in 1982 with the first commercially available line of UIAA certified dynamic climbing ropes made in the U.S.A. These ropes rapidly gained popularity with climbers due to their unsurpassed quality and performance. Visit BlueWater Ropes at www.bluewaterropes.com.
About Evolv Sports & Designs Co.: Evolv Sports & Designs Co. is a U.S.-based climbing footwear company dedicated to creating cutting-edge performance climbing shoes and high traction footwear of the highest quality and providing unique and innovative products and services to the climbing community. Our climbing shoes are assembled in U.S.A. Visit Evolv at www.evolvesports.com.
About friksn: friksn (frik-shen) is apparel specifically for climbers, designed to perform as well as it looks. Technical construction of the garments address requirements in flexibility, fit, and durability while the artwork bridges the gap between performance clothing and fashion. Combined with an affordable price, these aspects create an identifyable brand for climbers everywhere. Proudly designed and printed in the US. Visit friksn at www.friksn.com.
About Mad Rock: Mad Rock began in 2002 as a small, climber owned and operated company that made innovative, highly technical and affordable rock climbing shoes. After many years and over a million pairs later, we still choose not to reflect on our accomplishments nor rest on our laurels-because our best shoes will always be the next batch! To us, "Innovation" isn't just a catch phrase-it's a challenge to be met daily. In that spirit, we embrace using the latest materials and technology to meet consumer demands while maintaining the high quality and innovative products that have put us on the map and in the packs of climbers around the world! Visit Mad Rock at www.madrockclimbing.com.
About Nutriex: Nutriex is a leading research-driven nutrient delivery company that develops innovative products aimed at improving health and quality of life. Nutriex products are formulated by a science panel of health leaders from the fields of nutrition, bioengineering, preventive cardiology, cancer prevention, gastroenterology, orthopedics, and ophthalmology. Unfounded claims and multi-level marketing are specifically avoided. Visit Nutriex at www.nutriex.com.
About practical climbing: practical wants to make you a happy climber. Our chalk bags and buckets are constructed by hand to give you a super-durable, great looking product. Whether it's a kid-sized bag, matching bags for the team or a bucket for your summer season we're here to help you get chalky and send it. Visit practical climbing at www.practicalclimbing.com.
About Redpoint Nutrition: Redpoint Nutrition takes the most compelling research in sports nutrition, puts it together to make products that target the specific and unique performance demands of rock climbing and backs it with real-world testing by elite athletes. Visit Redpoint Nutrition at www.redpointnutrition.com.
About Climbing Shoe Review: Climbing Shoe Review is where climbers from around the world rate and review rock climbing shoes. Climbers can read other climbers' reviews to find their perfect shoe or help other climbers by reviewing shoes they’ve owned. Please visit Climbing Shoe Review at http://www.climbingshoereview.com.