It’s back! Enter the second annual Swany Outdoor Adventure Video Contest

Swany’s second annual Outdoor Adventure Video Contest is ON! It’s easy to enter and you could win cool prizes, ranging from Swany gloves to a Helmet Cam. Here’s all you have to do:

  • Make an outdoor adventure video: It could be a ski or snowboard trick, a visit to the backcounty for Telemark skiing, or a snowball fight. We don’t need an epic: 1 minute is just fine. Have you already made a video? Enter that. Want the inside track? The judges give extra credit for including Swany gloves.
  • Upload your video: Any public site on the web is fine. YouTube, Vimeo, etc.
  • Enter: E-mail the URL of your video to swanygloves@gmail.com. In the “Subject” line, write “Video Contest.” In the body of the e-mail include your name, home town, age and a sentence describing where the video was shot.
  • Winners’ notification: Swany will select weekly and monthly winners and notify them via the e-mail address used to enter your video.
  • Prizes: Weekly winners will be awarded one pair of Swany gloves or mittens. The monthly winner gets a Helmet Cam. In addition, we’ll highlight your video on this page for the whole world to see.
  • Who’s eligible: Everyone. Unless you work for Swany America.

Look at winning videos from last year to get an idea of what to do and ENTER TODAY!!!!!


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