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#41 Bond Lifestyle Contest: Win Barbour jacket & N.Peal sweater

Bond Lifestyle partnered with Aphrodite Clothing and N.Peal to offer you the chance to win a Barbour Beacon Sports jacket and N.Peal sweater. Answer the trivia question below before November 27th 2016 for your chance to win!

win a barbour commander jacket and npeal sweater

An original Barbour X To Ki To jacket with an N.Peal Oxford sweater and a very rare original Anderson Wheeler 500 Nitro Express Double Rifle

The olive green Barbour Beacon Sports jacket and the blue N.Peal sweater have been some of the most popular items from the movie SkyFall.

barbour commander jacket

About the Barbour jacket
In the Scotland scenes in SkyFall, Bond wears a Barbour X To Ki To Beacon Sports Heritage limited edition jacket. The jacket was sold out even before the film came out in cinemas, so Barbour decided to reissue the jacket as the Commander Dept B jacket. This Barbour Commander jacket, also known as the Barbour Beacon Sports jacket, is a slightly modified version of the original X To Ki To (read comparison here), but actually even more screen accurate, as in the film the hood and flap were removed by the costume department. The Commander is still available at Aphrodite Clothing for £399 - and you get 10% off using coupon code JBCJ10

npeal sweater contestAbout the N.Peal sweater
The N.Peal Oxford Round Neck cashmere sweater in the color Blue Wave was worn by Bond in the same Scotland scenes in SkyFall, underneath his Barbour jacket. The sweater is made from luxurious cashmere and comes in a stylish box. Read more about the sweater here or buy it on the N.Peal website for £229. Daniel Craig also wore the same model sweater during the SPECTRE announcement but in a different color.

Answer the trivia question below before midnight Sunday November 27th 2016 for your chance to win both this great jacket and sweater!

Terms & Conditions
Entry is open to participants from all over the world.
Only 1 winner will win both the jacket and the sweater.
The prizes are as stated, are not transferable to another individual and no cash or other alternatives will be offered.
The winner will be drawn at random from all correct entries received by the closing date stated within the promotional material.
Reasonable efforts will be made to contact the winner. If the winner cannot be contacted, or is unable to comply with these terms and conditions, Bond Lifestyle reserves the right to offer the prizes to the next eligible entrant drawn at random.
Failure to respond and/or provide an address for delivery, or failure to meet the eligibility requirements may result in forfeiture of the prize.
Prizes are subject to availability. In the event of a prize being unavailable, Bond Lifestyle, Aphrodite Clothing and N.Peal reserve the right to offer an alternative prize of equal or greater value.
The winner agree(s) to the use of their name and disclosure of country of residence relating to any post-winning publicity.
The winner is responsible for expenses and arrangements not specifically included in the prizes, including any import taxes or duties.

This contest is now closed.

The question was:

Which song is playing from the helicopter speakers during Silva's attack of the SkyFall lodge?

The answer to this question is: Boom Boom - The Animals (it must be noted the song was originally written by John Lee Hooker, but the Animals cover of the song was played in SkyFall).

The multiple choice answers reveal that most people selected the correct answer:

Bang Bang - Nancy Sinatra 0,8%
Billy’s Got a Gun - Def Leppard 0,1%
Big Gun - AC/DC 0,8%
Boom Boom - The Animals 97,2%
Machine Gun - Jimi Hendrix 1,1%

Due to the amazing prizes, it's no surprise that this was one of the most popular Bond Lifestyle contests to date. A big thanks to all the participants, but there can only be one winner, and his name is Leigh Royall from the UK. Congratulations!

Didn't win? Don't despair, but enter the new contest for your chance to win a Billy Reid Peacoat!

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