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Mammut Crashiano Pad


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    3 Reviews


    A big problem deserves a big pad.

    Bring the Mammut Crashiano Pad when you're planning on flying off the big boulders. Mammut made this beast out of high-strength nylon to take a beating, and its Swiss quality foam consists of three layers that should keep you off the rocky ground. The top layer runs over the folded center to eliminate any dead spots. Mammut also added padded backpack straps, a hip belt, an integrated dirt cover for the padded back panel, a floor mat for your climbing shoes, and a zippered pocket for your phone.

    • 1000D nylon shell
    • 3-layer Swiss quality foam
    • Padded backpack straps with hipbelt
    • Integrated dirt cover, floor mat
    • Zippered pocket
    • Item #MAM002W

    Tech Specs

    1000D nylon
    Dimensions - Open
    61 x 43 x 4 in
    Carrying Mode
    backpack straps
    Padding Type
    Swiss quality foam (3-layer)
    Claimed Weight
    17 lb 13.7 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I really enjoy this crash pad, it is defiantly one of the bigger pads on the market. Aside from the size of this pad it has a really great feature, the pouch they told you about to hold your cellphone has long straps on it and actually doubles as an awesome way to strap another crash pad onto your back. I was able to carry this pad and a mad rock at the same time without having to do any extra engineering. The only negative experience was the mesh pocket snagged on a branch as I was hiking to the boulders and tore a small hole in it. This did not effect the actual pad at all and was only because I found myself bushwacking.

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

    Last year, I bought a couple cheaper pads (Metolious, Mad rock) to replace two I had stolen from me. Less than a year in, and those pads are already starting to flatten out and I don't always feel safe on taller boulders. I swore that when I bought a new pad, I was not going to go the cheap route and buy something that I can't trust in a year or less. Sure, the pad is expensive, but you get what you pay for. It's huge, easy to pack up and the foam is fantastic. There are a lot of big, scary problems out there, and this helps provide an ease of mind when getting 15+ feet off the deck.