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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought one of these in conjunction with my Organic Full Pad 3 seasons ago. I wasn't altogether sold on the concept but now I never leave the house without it. It's great as a spare pad for sit starts, covering gaps between big pads or for filling in holes before padding over it. I've even taken some pretty big falls on to this on its own when it was newer and stiffer with good results.

Even after 3 years of extremely heavy use the pad has held up great. Some guy in Squamish this summer thought that it was still brand new. For such a skinny pad I'm surprised how little the foam has backed out after all this time.

A previous comment pointed out that these are not actually a Five Ten product but produced by Organic Climbing. That means that this pad is actually hand sewn in the USA (Pennsylvania) by a crew of really, really nice people. Personally, I give Five Ten huge props for teaming up with a domestic small business instead of outsourcing their pad production.

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This is actually an Organic crash pad. View its details at organicclimbing.com. I don't own this pad but am familiar and just wanted to point out that this is not a 5.10 pad as the product discription says.

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Jack, Organic and Five Ten partnered up for these pads and the Full pad version. Five Ten has Organic's blessing to attach their name.

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Yep, I know. I was just hoping to help anyone looking for more information about the pad. Thanks.