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Snap Stamina Crash Pad black (2021)

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Product Description

The Stamina pad is a monobloc model which will give you a big landing zone and is suitable for regular climbers. It ensures a homogeneous landing as there is no central folding. Once it is rolled in two, transport is very easy and it can be taken anywhere. Its carry straps located on the top of the pad are removable and can be tucked away during the climbing session to avoid getting them dirty. With no stitching along the edges, this lessens the risk of tearing in the event of a fall. It has 3 handles making it easy to move between 2 climbs.


  • Recycled polyester, top side 900 denier / bottom side 600 denier with TPU coating
  • Removable and stowable back carriers (against dirt during bouldering)
  • Includes cleaning mat for the shoes
  • 3 carrying handles for easy movement
  • Seamless corners
Climbing Mat
Type: Crashpad
Applications: Boulder
Model: Taco construction
Outer material: 100 % Polyester
Climbing Mat Features
Thick padding: 11.5 cm
Carrying system: shoulder straps, handles
Closure: 3, Velcro strips and metal buckle
Climbing Mat Dimensions
Size open (L x W X H): 125 x 100 x 12
Weight: 6200 g
Pack Size
Length: 75 cm
Width: 100 cm
Height: 24 cm
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