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Win a custom First MFG Co. Born-Free 10 vest


Big thanks to Aaron and the fantastic team at First Mfg Co for hooking up Matt, Ross, and Justin with a limited edition Born-Free 10 vest for winning the Ride To Born-Free 10 giveaway. First MFG Co has graciously offered us to gift a vest to a ChopCult member and Instagram supporter. You will have the chance to win a Men's Fairfax or Ladies Ludlow Born-Free vest

Men's Fairfax 
20 oz. Heavy Hitter raw canvas
Four outside pockets
Utility pocket on both sides of the vest, eight pockets on each side.
Dual concealed carry pockets (left side quick access pocket)
Easy access panels for patchwork
Traditional club style vest
Lifetime warranty on hardware and zippers


Ladies Ludlow
20 oz. Heavy Hitter canvas
Club style vest with two front chest pockets and two slash pockets
Covered snaps and hidden zipper, featuring our easy access carry pocket
Interior concealed carry pocket on right side
3-panel black cotton liner
Lifetime warranty on hardware and zippers

Would you like to win one? Just comment First MFG Co rules in the Main Forum thread to enter. We'll announce the winners on July 17, 2018. But wait we're not done, swing over to Instagram and enter in this post for your extra chance to win.

I'd like to thank First MFG Co for their ongoing support for the CC community! Be sure to check out their website for your next upgrade and give them a follow on Facebook and Instagram.
Best of luck!
Lisa


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Great gear from First MFG Co.

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