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Win! Two dhb Aeron kit bundles worth £250 each

£250 worth of men's and women's dhb Aeron kit up for grabs...

It's competition time again, and those lovely people at Wiggle, or more specifically those lovely people at their in house dhb clothing brand, have come up trumps with a cracking prize.  Two lucky readers - one male, one female, get the chance to  select their own choice of £250 worth of kit from their best-selling dhb Aeron range. Yep you can choose from the entire Aeron range the exact items you want. Now that's a pretty good prize I'm sure you'll agree.

So what can we get for our money, I hear you type? Well there's loads of choice in the Aeron range, which is known for its "high performance fabrics, supreme fit and a keen attention to detail" (it says here) and the whole Aeron range has been updated this year, so here's a selection of what we reckon you might be interested in right now. But if you win, it really is up to you! 

 

Aeron Bib Shorts £65

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Aeron Superlight Packable Windproof Jacket £40

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Aeron Superlight Packable Windproof GIlet £35

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Aeron Short Sleeve Jersey £50

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Aeron Rain Defence Short Sleeve  jersey  £95

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Aeron Women's Shorts  £60

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Women's Aeron Rain Defence Short Sleeve Jersey £95

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Women's Halterneck Bib Shorts

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Aeron Women's Short Sleeve Jersey £37

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We think there's some pretty good selections there but two winners will definitely get the chance to choose their own kit, so don't forget, it's one man and one woman, so fill in the form below for your chance to win! We'll draw a winner next Friday. The 20th May.

 

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