Get Your Feet Wet Giveaway
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Enter daily for a chance to win one of four pairs of Merrell Barefoot Water Torrent Glove shoes

Ready to hit the water this summer?

Don't abandon the freedom of going barefoot for the sake of protecting your feet from the riverbed, beach, or scorching hot surface of a medal canoe.

Enter to win one of four pairs of the Merrell Barefoot Water Torrent Glove shoes in the GET YOUR FEET WET GIVEAWAY, ending June 30. 

The Water Torrent Glove ($100) shoes let you enjoy your favorite H2O activities—kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, canoeing, and more—while feeling as if you left your shoes on the shore. With its comfortable "barefoot" feel, these shoes protect feet from rocky river bottoms with an anti-slip Vibram sole, and the neoprene upper shoes dry within minutes.

Four winners will be randomly selected to choose from three colors of Water Torrent shoes; men's and women's styles are available.

Go barefoot at the lake without the worry. Enter today!


To enter, simply fill out the registration form and hit "enter giveaway." You can enter once daily; the more you enter, the greater chance you'll win.

Contest ends June 30, and four randomly selected winners will be chosen at that time.

Add some extra entries to your name by sharing the referral link provided on the "Entry Received" page. Copy the link, share it on Facebook, Twitter, email, or other social avenues and you will receive one "Tell-A-Friend" entry for each friend who enters the giveaway via your link. 

The winners will be contacted by a Scouting magazine editor, and once the winners are confirmed, their names, cities, and states will be announced at blog.scoutingmagazine.org

Good luck! 
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