We’ve teamed up with our friends at PING to give one lucky reader the chance to win a brand new SensorDry® S2 Pro Jacket.

Guaranteed to keep you warm and dry no matter what the elements throw at you this winter, the suit is part of the brand’s Autumn/Winter 2023/24 apparel range and is infused with cutting-edge technology as PING continues to push boundaries.

A waterproof jacket engineered for waterproof protection in wet weather, with a brushed tricot lining to back body for additional warmth and comfort. The jacket has adjustable cuff tabs, an adjustable shock cord hem and an adjustable collar for additional weather protection. It is also fully seam-sealed, boasts a PFC free, water-resistant finish and has an adjustable collar for additional weather protection.

There’s a high gloss, two-way centre-front zip and the jacket comes with two front zip pockets with brushed lining. As you can see, there’s also a zip chest pocket.

The jacket comes with a three-year waterproof guarantee.


To win this jacket and kickstart your winter campaign, correctly answer the question below and complete and submit the form underneath…

How long is the waterproof guarantee on the PING SensorDry S2 Pro Jacket? 

A: 6 months 

B: 3 years 

C: 12 months 


TERMS AND CONDITIONS All entries must be received online no later than November 15, 2023. 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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