SealSkinz need you!

Posted in Dishing the Dirt by Matt Ward on Tue 20 Nov '12


Want to test some great kit and then tell the community all about it? Well, great British waterproof socks, hats and gloves specialists SealSkinz are seeking applications for guest bloggers to join their brand new SealSkinz Blogging Community and share their story.


Open to everyone who partakes in interesting, unusual, noteworthy activities that show SealSkinz products in action, whatever the weather. Whether you’re committed to your sport, your daily commute, because the dog needs walking every day or even if it is simply because going out running or riding through puddles is actually a lot of fun!

The lucky 10 people recruited as Guest Bloggers will become part of the brand ambassador’s team and post regularly on the SealSkinz blog.


Bloggers will be given three products relevant to their chosen hobbies and activities, whether it be a pair of gloves, socks or hat. Bloggers will then be provided with their own Blog User account unique to them in which they can log in and post their experiences.

What is expected from a SealSkinz blogger?

Participants will be required to post a minimum of two blog entries per month for the duration of 3 months minimum, with the possibility of coming onboard for a longer period.

SealSkinz are looking for interesting and engaging written content to include images and video content where possible. Submitted content must be of personal experiences and relevant to the SealSkinz brand and products.

How to apply: Get in touch with the SealSkinz blogging team: at and tell them what outdoor activities you are doing and why you should be selected to become a SealSkinz blogger.

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  1. David Edmondson Nov 21, 09:44 AM

    I wear Sealskinz for hill walking, mountain biking and fell running and have always appreciated the their ability to keep my feet dry and warm.
    I continue running at high altitudes through the winter and need a high quality textile product that is durable as well as high performance.

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