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Flashed Big Squishy Bouldering Pad Cruxing in Color

The Big Squishy Bouldering Pad - your plush companion for sending even the most challenging boulders with confidence. Designed in the heart of Squamish, known for its uneven landings, this pad is built to bridge gaps and absorb those edgy falls, allowing you to focus solely on the thrill of the climb.

Crafted from burly 1680d ballistic nylon with a PU undercoating, this pad combines durability and functionality. Say goodbye to flimsy plastic hardware - the Big Squishy features all-metal components for maximum strength and reliability. Its soft-touch, heavy-duty seat belt handles make it easy to transport, while the padded shoulder straps and waist belt ensure a comfortable carry.

But what truly sets this bouldering pad apart is its innovative design. The Easy Carry multiple pad system eliminates the need for extra straps or flaps, streamlining your climbing experience. In Flat Mode, it resists hinge bending and conveniently uses the same closure straps, saving you time and effort.

With rounded ground contact corners for reduced wear and an extended lifespan, this pad is engineered to withstand your toughest adventures. Its 1000d Robic Nylon landing surface guarantees a plush landing, while the easy insert buckle loops eliminate any fumbling during setup.

Measuring 58" x 45" x 5.25" when open and 45" x 29" x 5.25" when closed, this pad strikes the perfect balance between size and portability. Weighing in at just 8.6kg (19lbs), it won't weigh you down on that long sandy uphill approach to the Happies.

This pad was created in collaboration between Flashed and Cruxing in Color, a Denver based organization that promotes representation in climbing. Cruxing in Color provides climbers of color with access to free outdoor clinics, free or discounted gym memberships, gear, and SPI course and assessment scholarships, among other initiatives. The artwork for the crash pad print was designed by Denver artist Lynn Suyeko Mandziuk.