This giveaway is now closed.
If you read my post on family skiing cost-saving ideas last week, you may be starting to look for winter outerwear for your child. Look no further: I’m excited to announce a giveaway for two sets of kid’s winter outerwear for lucky readers of WanderMom.com.
The generous folks at Lands’ End will provide a Sport Squall Jacket (available for boys and girls), a pair of Sport Squall Gloves and a ThermaCheck 200 Fleece Hat for two children.
The first winner will also receive a pair of Sport Squall Boots and the second winner a pair of Snow Flurry Boots. These prizes are worth $136 and $126 respectively. Lands’ End will ship the clothing to the winners (U.S. addresses only).
Lands’ End Kid’s Ski Gear Rocks
In this photo, Big B is wearing a Lands’ End Squall Jacket and both of us are wearing pants from Lands’ End. His gloves are also Lands’ End.
As a mom, it’s easy for me to recommend the Lands’ End Kid’s Squall Jacket since it’s been the product I’ve bought for both of my boys for the past five or six winters. My boys wear these jackets in and out to school and around the neighborhood on wet Seattle winter days. Then, when we hit the slopes, the same jacket keeps them warm and cozy even when the wind and snow is blowing.
How How To Enter
You can get additional entries by:
1. Tweeting about this giveaway – make sure you include a link to the post and mention @wandermom (that’s me)
2. Sharing this giveaway with your friends on Facebook. Simply enter this link (“http://wandermom.com/lands-end-kids-winter-outerwear-giveaway/”) as your Facebook status.
This giveaway ends on Sunday November 1 at 11:59pm.
Check back here to find out who the lucky winners are on Monday November 2nd.
I will choose two winners randomly and announce the results here on Monday November 2nd 2009. I will contact the winners and get your information (including your child’s size and color preferences) to pass on to Lands’ End.
FYI: This giveaway is an Editor’s Pick on Prizey.net. Yay!
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