Stacie Pardoe
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You won’t be stopped in your tracks this winter if you get your hands on these snow socks.We have teamed up withSnocks to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a set of their high quality snow socks, worth £60.

You won’t be stopped in your tracks this winter if you get your hands on these snow socks.

We have teamed up withSnocks to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a set of their high quality snow socks, worth £60. 


They come in a wide variety of sizes and when attached to the driving wheels of the car they provide a firm grip on snow and ice.

 

Fitting is straight forward, simply pop the fabric socks over your tyres and they’re held in place by an elasticated band.

 

Each set comes in a heavy duty carry bag, which doubles up well as a kneeling pad when fitting, plus a pair of gloves and fitting instructions.

 

To be in with the chance of winning the set of Snocks enter here before midnight on 5 November 2013. 


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