Stuff Your Stocking With O Gear

Now that Sprints are over, it’s time to think about Christmas pressies for yourself, family or friends.  You’re in luck – the DROC Shop is open for business, so grab a bargain!

Sportident (SI sticks) – SI Air sticks are selling fast – we have very limited stocks, so get in quick for Christmas! $100.  SI 10 sticks are popular too; we have a couple left at $70, as well as SI 11’s for $75, and SI 8’s for just $50.  All SI sticks come with a finger band.

Compasses – we have a good supply of entry level compasses, priced from $15 to $50 – perfect for the upcoming MelbushO season.

Protech gaiters – we have these in black or navy blue, Medium size, less than half RRP at just $22.

Caribee hydration pack – a special one off for just $35.

We have lots of great stocking stuffers from Santa – compass straps are just $4 and SI stick fingerbands are a mere $3.  Silva headbands are a tiny $2.  Buy some for your Kris Kringle!

The DROC Shop is a non-profit equipment service for all orienteers. Send us an email at [email protected], and we’ll bring the Shop to you at an event.  If you’re in the market for o-shoes, let us know and we’ll point you in the right direction for those as well.

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