Win $500 in I/O Merino premium wool clothing

I/O Merino, maker of quality wool products, is hooking up one lucky winner with $500 of spending money, good for any of its popular baselayers and apparel.

Not familiar with I/O Merino? The Australia-based brand ensures its garments are made from the highest quality wool on the market. How do they do that? They oversee the whole process from the sheep’s back to yours. As both a supplier and producer in the industry, the company spins their own yarn and they know good wool when they see it.

Perhaps our favorite aspect of Merino wool? You can rock it all day long on the hill, and it hardly smells when it’s time to bust off your outerlayers and get the après party started. You can read more about the benefits of Merino at io-merino.com/about/benefits.

Tech-talk aside, you’re here for a shot at winning some merch. You know the drill: Enter your email address below for a chance to win and repeat as many times as you’d like. Entries will be accepted for one week (until Friday, November 23 at 11:59 p.m. MT) and the more times you enter the better your odds. Once the contest is over, we’ll announce the winner right here on this page.

Congrats to Sara Suva on winning $500 in new I/O Merino gear.

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