FeaturesClean, three-strap closure with improved bucklesNew suspension system for better transportClosed-cell PE foam layup on top, high compression PU foam on bottomHinge-style fold for compact and easy transportPadded shoulder straps and waistbeltFour corner grab handles and two shoulder webbings for easy pad shufflingPU-coated 1000d Nylon on top, the sides, and harness-side of bottom for abrasion and water resistanceRubber coated bottom fabric on non-harness side for better grip on slippery surfaces
Technical SpecificationDimensions: 112 x 165 x 12.5 cm (44 x 65 x 5 in)Display Weight: 9.25 kg (20 lb 6 oz)
The Black Diamond Circuit Crash Pad is engineered as a daily workhorse for the cost-conscious boulderer, featuring Black Diamond's closed-cell PE foam layup with EVA bonded together, making it lightweight but solid for impact protection. The suspension system is comfortable, with shoulder straps, a waistbelt and two side handles, and the hinge-style fold makes the Circuit easy to transport.
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Ultra durable, practical, easy to carry, filled with the highest quality foam, and a tough outer made from recycled polyester, the Warrior Pad is our mid-sized bouldering crash pad.
With a one-piece hingeless design, the ALTO crashpad offers excellent protection for bouldering falls, thanks to triple-layer foam assembly specifically developed by Petzl for better cushioning. Its patented folding system lengthens the life of the foam and provides a storage space when the crashpad is closed. The carrying system with its chest and waist adjustments and wide shoulder straps, provides great comfort during the approach.
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