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Mad Rock Triple Mad Pad

$289.00
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Why We Like The Triple Mad Pad

The Triple Mad Pad is Mad Rock's largest crash pad, and we like laying it down for traversing boulder problems and rocky landings. It unfolds in three sections instead of two in order to provide a bit more area than the average crash pad. Open and closed foams offer a cushy yet firm catch that lasts season after season. Shoulder straps make it easy to transport the pad from boulder to boulder, and it easily converts into a couch so you can chill around the campfire after a day of sending.

  • Large crash pad for a comfortable catch when you're bouldering
  • Open and closed foams provide you with a durable and cushy catch
  • Shoulder straps help with the hike
  • Carry straps help you maneuver it on the landing
  • Pad converts to a sofa for relaxing after a long day of climbing
  • Item #MRC000K

Padding
open and closed foams
Carry Mode
shoulder straps, grab handles
Dimensions - Open
72 x 44 x 5in
Dimensions - Folded
24 x 44 x 15in
Claimed Weight
24lb
Recommended Use
bouldering
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

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What do you think about this product?

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Best pad around camp

Not only is this pad great for bouldering with the massive size, it’s also the perfect: bench, table and bed for lazy days at camp.

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Great Climbing Pad

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I've used it several times
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True to size

We built a rock wall in our garage and have since bought 2 pads, which are able to be attached together. They are incredibly durable and provide protection from falls on top of a concrete garage floor. Great product!

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Great Big Pad

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I've used it several times
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True to size

I was looking for a big pad that is suitable for highballs but still fits in my car and doesn’t cost a ton. The triple pad is it! It is massive and had 5” of sturdy foam that evens out rough terrain and easily breaks a fall from 20+ ft. I took a 23 ft fall onto the pad and was fine! It also packs up pretty well so it is manageable (it’s still big though). Another added benefit is that you can place your pack on top of the pad and secure it with a bungee for a simple way to haul your gear. I highly recommend it!

>Rating: 5

Bring friends, send BIG!

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I've put it through the wringer

What makes this pad great is the Velcro. Velcro the seams closed, Velcro two Mad Rock pads together, Velcro three !!! Stop worrying about seams OR the landing on your MEGAPROJ ! ! ! Two of my boulder buddies and I got these bad boys on a past labor day sale and they're great for building out uneven landings, stitching together for highballs, or layering - to create a gym floor below your highball. They're not the absolutely most durable , but you don't need to baby them either and they'll hold up for years. The only real complaint is that I'd like a more padded waist belt, but with a bit of foam and duct tape I can easily remedy that issue too. If you have one of those tiny Mad-pads or medium Metolius pads, do yourself - and your bouldering crew - a favor and stay safe with this GIANT landing zone!

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Outdoor Gear Lab Review

Our Verdict - Outdoor Gear Lab - 2018 The Triple Mad Pad is the least expensive of all the big crash pads we tested and comes with a ton of features. It has a convenient strap and tri-fold design that turns it into a pretty comfortable couch. It has Velcro tabs that mate each hinge together and make it very unlikely that your foot can punch through a hinge. This is a cool feature and eliminates most people's concerns with hinge-designed pads. If you're looking for a large pad and are on a tight budget then the Triple Mad Pad is an excellent option.

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First Pad

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I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

As a beginning climber, I've only bouldered in the gym. I got this pad to bring with me for my first outdoor bouldering experience at Smith Rock, OR. The padding was thick, and the dimensions were large enough that I felt safe with this pad, even on areas with more angled ground. I didn't experience any unplanned falls on it, but having the security definitely made the visit more enjoyable. The straps are nice, but it was slightly bulky to carry.

>Rating: 5

THE PERFECT SIZE

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I've used it several times

I was worried this was going to be too big for me to carry around. I've had both, too big to carry and too small to be useful. This was spot on perfect.

>Rating: 5

just big enough to lay head to toe!!

I'm 6ft tall and am not always trying to bring a sleeping pad with me on trips so I use my double crashpad setup which links together but this is the perfect length for just me.

>Rating: 4

Mad Pad Triple

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

The pad is thick and great when it comes to taper boulders. The only downside is that you can't haul anything with it.

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Triple Mad Pad: Perfect for Joe's Valley

The lovely miss Dana Fenster on The Angler in Joe's Valley, UT. Look at that pad coverage!

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How thick are the crash pads

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Are you going to be getting more in stock? If so, when? And are they going to still be on sale?

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How thick is this pad when open?

5” One of the biggest pads on the market if not the biggest