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Mad Pad

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Mad Pad

Manufacturer: Mad Rock

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 - 3 Votes
 

 

Page By: Dan Dalton

Created/Edited: Feb 13, 2007 / Feb 13, 2007

Object ID: 2586

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Product Description

Here is what Mad Rock has to say about this awesome pad:

The crash pad of choice for climbers worldwide who don’t want to sacrifice financial security on the next send. The Mad Pad is a plush five inch thick combination of open and closed cell foam for firm but comfortable drops. Backpack straps make a breeze to tote in. EZ attachment straps connect securely to other Mad Pads for the ultimate landing zone. Ready to take a load off? Lean back and relax - our aircraft aluminum buckle closure and specially designed straps allow you to convert the Mad Pad right into your own lounge chair. Folded 4' x 3' x 5". Comes with the Madgic Carpet.

Features

Closed Size: 24"x36"x10"
Open Size: 48"x36"x5"
Price: $ 119.95

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Dan DaltonThis is a totally awesome...

Voted 5/5

pad!!! Cannot beat the thickness for the money. Compared to other pads this size, the protection is much better becasue of the thickness. Like that it can fold half way to make a couch and like the carpet to wipe of rock shoes when it is a little muddy out while bouldering. By far the best crash pad out there!

Dan
Posted Feb 13, 2007 4:13 am

Scott RogersTotally awesome...

Voted 5/5

While i agree with Dan about most of the aspects of the pad, it is definitely not the best one out there. The pad is very stiff upon purchase and needs to be broken in before trusted to prevent injury. Be careful especially on the edges of the pad as you can easily roll an ankle on a newer MadPad. This is one of the best pads if you are looking to save money, and the fact that you can lock 2 or 4 or 6 etc MadPads together is a really neat feature if you bring all your friends. But like I said, break it in before you trust it for big falls, and lock 2 or more together for the best size to thickness ratio.
Posted Jul 12, 2007 3:33 am

davebobk47Great Deal

Voted 5/5

Can't beat this pad for the price. Big enough and easy enough to carry. It is a bit stiff at first. Also has a nice little mat for cleaning off your shoes.
Posted Sep 10, 2008 2:53 pm

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