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Triple Mad Pad Crash Pad

Average Rating = 3.25/5 Average Rating : 3.25 out of 5
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Warn your friends in the crag to stand back before you open the Triple Mad Pad. At 44" x 70" this pad is the biggest on the market. Just like the regular Mad Pad, five inches of open and closed foam cushions your drop, but your aim can be slightly off 'cause there's plenty of landing space. You and your friends can lean back and enjoy a civilized lunch break on the full sized lounge bench. When the climbing's done it's the perfect full mattress to throw in the back of your ride for a night of stargazing or catching z's before your alpine start. Comes with a Madgic Carpet.
  • Closed Size: 24x44"x15"
  • Open Size: 72"x44"x5"

4 Reviews

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Mad Rock pad 1 out of 5 stars

Review by: Sirsendalot, 2007-11-11

More like sad pad. Mad rock just sells there gear based on price. They have no inovation and will probabley sell there pads to wal-mart in the near future.

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: teknikal, 2007-09-03

I have been happy with this pad since I bought it. It is great for traverses and high problems since it covers such a large area -- even folded. It has been holding up fine, however I do not abuse my gear by any means, so it hasn't been punished much. However, it takes up a ton of space to store and haul around: good luck squeezing through boulders and trees with this on your back. I live in an apartment and after several months of storage in a closet, we reverted to using it as an impromptu couch when we have people over. You can also use it as a sleeping pad if you camp much. Overall a great pad, just huge!

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: sketch3000, 2006-07-10

I have no complaints about this pad at all, it is holding up great and the price can't be beat. As all my friends say having it there really puts your mind at ease, you know if you miss that big dyno you have a nice soft landing below.

Review 3 out of 5 stars

Review by: nightlion, 2006-05-07

Its a great big target and I love it for solo bouldering. But, it doesn't seem to be holding up the greatest. The stitching is coming apart in a few areas and the shouler strap is half ripped off from the pad sliding a little on a fall.

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