Adventure running gear gift: clothes, backpack, cooler and more

Check out the fourth in our series of gear gifts centered around adventure racing – or any other outdoor activity you choose.

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GearJunkie partners with several brands as part of our adventure racing coverage. This week, two lucky winners will each receive an Adventure Package, detailed below, from GOREWEAR, YETI, Hydro Flask, and more. This giveaway begins on July 7 and will end on July 20 at 11:59 p.m. EST.

This prize pack has a total value of up to $1,523! Enter to win and see the prizes below – and stay tuned for more giveaways.

person running up a hill in the woods while participating in a USARA adventure race.
(Photo/Randy Ericksen)

GearJunkie giveaway on clothes and packs

For this prize pack, each contest winner receives the following:

Read on to take a closer look.

The costs

GOREWEAR Pile of clothes (men or women): $520

2 GOREWEAR shirts, tights and jackets on a white background
(Photo/GOREWEAR)

This racing package from GOREWEAR can help you navigate the elements in comfort. According to the brand, the Contest Daily Tee keeps you cool and ready to go further thanks to its quick-drying material. And the brand says the INFINIUM Tights and Trail Hooded Jacket fight wind and light rain with their GORE-TEX outer layer.

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Very resistant socks (6 pairs): $90-198

Darn Tough Treeline

Made in Vermont, these socks can accompany you on your next adventure. Darn Tough constructs its socks to prevent wrinkles, blisters and slipping and uses merino wool to keep feet dry and cool. The brand also reinforces the toe seam with its True Seamless Toe technology. Did we mention that Darn Tough guarantees these socks will last a lifetime, or the brand will send you a new pair?

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Osprey Ether Where Arielle Package: $180-435

Product photos of the Osprey Aether and Ariel packs in blue and red.
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Osprey’s family of Aether and Ariel packs are designed for adventurers looking for a custom fit for a long day trip or even multi-day adventures. With their custom Fit-on-the-Fly waistband, shoulder straps, and adjustable torso length, these packs are designed to fit a variety of body shapes and sizes.

This family of Osprey bags are made with Bluesign approved nylon and a PFC-free DWR coating. Each of these packs also has an injection molded back panel for extra ventilation as well as an included rain cover.

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YETI M20 Cooler Backpack: $325

Product photo of the YETI M20 backpack cooler.
(Photo/YETI)

For hands-free ice retention on the go, the YETI M20 Backpack Cooler is an option for you. Using a strip of magnets to hold the contents inside, this cooler holds 18 full size cans using the 2:1 ice to can ratio. The M20 has additional gear loops in the front to attach any extra items you want to carry.

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Hydro Flask 24oz. Wide Mouth Trail Series Lightweight Water Bottle: $45

product image of a Hydro Flask Trail water bottle
(Photo/Hydro Flask)

Weighing 25% lighter than the original 24-ounce wide-mouth bottles from Hydro Flask, this bottle is built for trail adventures. It should still deliver the same hot and cold properties you’d expect, but in a package that’s light enough to take on longer hikes and adventures.

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This article is sponsored by Toyota. Learn more about the 2022 Toyota Tundra online.

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