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climbgearjunkie

Southern IL

climbgearjunkie's Passions

Fly Fishing
Hiking & Camping
Biking
Paddling
Climbing

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Climber, outdoorsman

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climbgearjunkiewrote a review of on November 5, 2013

A lot of pad for the price
4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

By far the most pad you can buy for the price. It is thick enough and firm enough to provide cush landings from "highballs" but soft enough for low overhanging roofs. However, even with the huge area, it is always nice to have at least 2 pads while bouldering. Your spotters can move them around easier and you can put them at crucial landing areas rather than just one. Love the carpet for wiping shoes and buckles for quick clips. Also have to love the hybrid hinge. Enough room inside the pad to transport the essentials but not as much as most people like to take on their bouldering adventures. Comfortable backpack straps with waist strap. Good foam that has lasted and should continue to last a long time. Buy it and likely won't need an additional to get out there and crush some boulders! Otherwise, you can buy 2 pads and strap them together while walking in (I find this more useful than just having one pad)

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climbgearjunkie

climbgearjunkiewrote a review of on November 5, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

By far the pad you can buy for the price. Try to get it on sale for a really fantastic deal. It is thick enough and firm enough to provide cush landings from "highballs" but soft enough for low overhanging roofs. However, always nice to have at least 2 pads while bouldering. Love the carpet for wiping shoes and buckles for quick clips. Also have to love the hybrid hinge. Plenty of room inside the pad to transport shoes, water, chalk, clothes, dog, bathroom sink, etc... Comfortable backpack straps with waist strap. Good foam that has lasted and should continue to last a long time. Buy it and get out there and crush some boulders!

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