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PetzlCirro Large Crashpad

PetzlCirro Large Crashpad

$399.95
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4 out of 5 stars
10 Reviews

Make your landings soft as a cloud.


Petzl created the Cirro Large Crashpad as the largest, and perhaps flagship, model in the new line of crashpads for this season. It's a great standalone pad for adventurous solo boulderers, or a great base for a group trying to throw down some highball boulder problems. Petzl spent a lot of time analyzing common complaints and problems from currently available models of pads, and striving to fix each of those in the best way possible. 

Most people like to use their crashpad as a bit of a backpack, but probably everyone has had the unfortunate experience of losing something out of the bottom of the pad. Petzl solved this problem by running a durable zipper along three sides, effectively creating a backpack with a permanent top-opening. Many boulderers like to tackle problems when the conditions are less than ideal. This can mean anything from snow on the ground to mud and dirt everywhere. Because of this, the straps tend to get all gnarly and gross when lying on the ground under the pad all day. Petzl created an innovative stystem where the piece that zips around, when unzipped, actually folds back to cover the straps themselves, keeping them, and you, from getting dirty. Because Petzl designed this so well to be used as a backpack, it was clear that people were going to be carrying more weight in these than they had with previous crashpads. Petzl decided to accommodate this with wide, burly backpack straps that are comfortable, no matter how heavy a load you decide to carry. Two different layers of close-cell foam around the layers of open cell foam create a dense, durable landing zone that won't bottom out. The closed-cell foam was also wrapped around the outside, meaning that it won't break down as quickly from being folded over and over again. As if all this wasn't good enough, Petzl added straps that allow this to be converted into a chair for use around a campfire. After all, nothing beats relaxing around a fire with a couple of cold ones after a hard day of bouldering.


Details

  • 3-sided zipper closure
  • Taco-fold
  • Chair-convertible straps
  • Wide, backpack style straps
  • Item #PTZ001R

Tech Specs

Material
[outer] closed cell foam, [inner] open cell foam
Dimensions - Open
58 x 46 x 5 in
Dimensions - Folded
30 x 46 x 14 in
Claimed Weight
20lb 11.6oz (9400g)
Recommended Use
bouldering, highballs
Manufacturer Warranty
3 years

Overall Rating

4 based on 10 ratings

Review Summary

5 Stars - 6 reviews
4 Stars - 2 reviews
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1 Stars - 2 reviews

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