WIN! Men's Penfield Outdoor jackets!

Penfield was established in Hudson, Massachusetts in 1975, by Harvey Gross. A pioneering figure in the American outerwear industry since the early 1960s. Gross recognized and championed the strength of down insulated outerwear for its unique and unrivalled ability to provide durable warmth and protection.

Today, Penfield garments are still designed by people who know and love the outdoors. They are designed to stand up to the demands of the New England climate, yet are equally at home sheltering you from the storm anywhere wind blows or rain falls! Penfield is available worldwide and always designed For Life in the Open.

The Version say: "Penfield jackets do the impossible - they make outdoor jackets look fashionable and feel high-end, something that other brands fall way off the mark in achieving"

To celebrate Penfield's exceptional summer sale, we're giving you the chance to win a pair of men's jackets (size small).

One lucky winner will receive a classic Penfield Camo PacJac;  Making a return to the Penfield for Spring/Summer 2015 is Penfield's classic PacJac packable jacket, redesigned in an all over camo print. This versatile style can be packed into the chest pocket, so it's close to hand, keeping you prepared for whatever the weather has to offer.  They'll also bag themselves a Hamlin field jacket, from Penfield's Sumer 2015 collection. This versatile style features a concealed hood inside the jacket collar, ideal for the unpredictable spring months.  These jackets are both available at incredible prices in the Penfield summer sale, but to win them, simply complete the form below.

Please note by entering this competition you agree for your details to be passed on to Penfield for marketing purposes once the competition closes.  

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Visit penfield.com and follow @penfieldusa on Twitter for more information about the brand. This competition closes at 4pm on Thursday 3rd September 2015. One winner will be chosen at random by the Editor and prizes will be despatched the same day.

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