Win a Thule roof top carrier stuffed with L.Brador stuff.

How many hours, days and seconds will it take for the ice-block to melt, and for all visible ice to disappear?

You can place your guess until 23:59 on november 30th. The melting of the ice-block starts on december 1st. The winner will be announced on december 12th.

Terms and conditions: this competition is arranged by L.Brador, which is a part of Skydda Protecting People AB. Employees can not participate in the competition. Minimum age for participants is 18 years. By participating you approve of your data (name and e-mail address) being stored for one year and used for sending you information about products and events regarding L.Brador. The information will be handled by a third-party (NY Collective, which is our advertising agency). First price is a Thule top carrier, model Alpine Touring (total value of: 7 000 SEK). 2nd–20th price are one piece each of undergarments from the new L.Brador Base Layer range, containing a variety of undergarments suitable as Layer 1. The competition will end on 30/11/18, and the winners will get contacted via e-mail, and their names will be published on the L.Brador website, in social media and on this site on 12/12/18. The competition will be settled when the ice-block has melted and all visible ice has disappeared. The competition is won by the person who has estimated the melting time best. If there are more than one person who has given the same answers, the one who was first to submit his/her answer will win. The result can not be appealed, and the prizes can not be exchanged into cash. Any winnings tax is paid by the winner.


Being properly clothed for your working day is at least as important as having the right tools and equipment. A particularly decisive role is played by two of the garments hidden heroes. The undergarments, and your socks. They seldom get pride of place, but as these layers closest to the skin they are quite crucial to determining how your day is going to be.

See our new collection of undergarments and socks here below.


Optimal moisture transport to keep body cool and dry for highly active work.


Optimal moisture transport with temperature management for highly active work in cooler temperatures.


Temperature management with good moisture transport for cooler temperatures.


High temperature management with moisture transport for very cold temperatures.