Kulkea Thermal Trekker Giveaway -- WINNER ANNOUNCED

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With your car being your base lodge there is no better way to start the day than with warm boots, so our friends at Kulkea have donated a Thermal Trekker for this Giveaway. Read @Drahtguy Kevin's Long Term Review of the Thermal Trekker HERE.

Contest ends on 1/13/21 at 3:00 PM PST. The winner will be announced on SkiTalk Live with Dan Egan January 13, 8:00 PM EST, 5:00 PM PST.

WINNER: @OldJeep

CONTEST RULES
Winner will be chosen randomly through a number generator.
Only valid emails will be accepted; errors or typos will be not considered.
Emails may be shared between hosting site and participating sponsors.
Winners may be used for promotion purposes.
Contest ends on 1/13/21 at 3:00 PM PST.
Value of item is $239.95 (MSRP) plus the value of shipping.
Winner will be announced on SkiTalk with Dan Egan on 1-13-21 and will also be notified via email at that time. Winner has 72 hours to claim prize after notification; otherwise a second winner will be chosen.
 
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AlpsSkidad

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I'm in....Now I know why I didn't win any of the skis, because I needed this more! Getting my cold boots on in the parking lot is an exercise in futility.
 

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I have the non-heated Boot Trekker, the the Micro-Pack, and the Kataja ski bag. Top quality stuff here, folks. Thanks to the company and the site for the giveaway!
 

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I'm in too. Don't usually do this 'cause it means giving an email to who knows who. But getting promotional stuff if it's ski related isn't so awful.

And my Transpack bag (which I like a lot) had the heating element start to go out on it (for the third time) and they won't let you buy a new one until you return the old one for some silly reason, which of course is a PITA because then your only choice is to go without toasty toes for a month or hope it limps along until the end of the season.
 

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When I win, I'd like it in "Cool Grey, Black, and Red" -- not the orange one shown above. Thanks.
 

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I dunno about the bag, but I'll definitely take the heated driveway @Philpug is on.
I need one of those.
 

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When it's plugged into 110v, how long does it take to warm boots up from garage temps(50'ish)?

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If you just want the shells warm, about an hour. All the way through the liner is a few hours. I can get the shells warm enough to make my Raptors easy to get in on the 35-40 minute drive from the house to the hill on 12v. If I plug them in an hour before we leave they're pretty toasty.
 

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When it's plugged into 110v, how long does it take to warm boots up from garage temps(50'ish)?

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I'm fortunate and have a car with an AC outlet so and can set it to high, so by time I get to the mountain (about 35 minutes), my boots are nice and toasty. On stupid cold days I might pre-heat them in the house - just to make sure.

I put my socks and gloves in with the boots as well.

Whomever the winner will be, will find out this is like a cell phone back in the 90s; everyone thought it was an extravagance until they got one and now look at us! One of my all time favorite ski gear purchases.

Good luck!,

Ken
 
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Only a few hours left if you haven't entered do so now.
 
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