Rhino Laces Contest Winner!

Screen Shot 2014-06-15 at 7.57.00 PMThe contest for a free pair of any size, and color, Rhino Laces is now finished! Thanks to everyone that entered. There were definitely lots of great ideas there, however, I could only choose 1 winner. And that person is…

Allen Bishop

Here is what Allen stated as an alternate use for the Rhino Laces:

Since they are indestructible use them for mouse hangers in a shelter.

Having spent a number of nights in the shelters along the AT, that’s a very good answer!

So, Allen, I have messaged you already, but please send me your shipping address, along with the color and size/length Rhino Laces you will need, and I will pass that info right along to Melinda at Rhino Laces, and she will get them in the mail to you!

Thanks again to Rhino Laces for providing a free pair of laces for a give away, and thanks to everyone who submitted an answer! And of course, congrats to Allen! I hope that you enjoy your new laces, and feel free to come back and leave a comment about them once you have them in hand…


Disclaimer: Rhino Laces provided a free pair of laces for this give away.


About Stick

My blog is essentially a record of my hiking career. Through it, I, and others, can see how I have evolved from a heavy weight backpacker, to a smarter, more efficient, lightweight backpacker. Through the use of video, still photos, and of course writing, one can see my progression, as well as check out some of the places I hike, and not to mention some cool, lightweight gear options. For me, my blog is a journal, but for others, I hope that it is an interactive learning tool to aid them in their own progression towards lightweight backpacking.
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