We’ve teamed up with our friends at Abacus to give you the chance to navigate the cold and wet conditions in style.

One lucky winner will take home a Bounce Waterproof Suit, one of the standout products in Abacus’ new high-performance range.

Made from a four-way stretch, highly waterproof fabric, the Abacus Bounce Rain Jacket and trousers are perfect for easy, unrestricted swinging in the rain.

Fully waterproof and windproof, the Bounce Rain Jacket is powered by StretchDry Technology and transports body heat to the surface before it evaporates into the air.

Retailing at £199, it comes in a variety of colours and sizes, and is the prefect jacket to complement Abacus’ Bounce Rain Trousers.

They are made using the same tech, featuring an adjustable waistband, two front pockets, one back pocket and long zippers on the outside of the legs.

Available in black, navy and grey, the trousers retail at £149 and are a ‘must have’ for avid golfers who won’t be deterred by the rain.

Worth almost £350, the Abacus Bounce Waterproof Suit would seriously level up your game.


Simply answer this question correctly and complete and submit the pro-forma that follows…

What technology powers the Abacus Bounce Waterproof Suit?

A: StretchDry
B: StretchWet
C: StretchWarm



All entries must be received online no later than February 7, 2024. Only one entry per person can be accepted. Winner will be the first correct entry drawn after the closing date. The editor’s decision is final. Prize is non-refundable and there is no cash alternative. Competition is only open to UK residents. Prize cannot be sold or exchanged for financial gain. By entering this competition, you agree to share your data with our supporting partners.  

See our Facebook page for winners’ details: facebook.com/bunkeredonline 

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