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Metolius - Bailout Crash Pad

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Metolius - Bailout Crash Pad
$142.95
Stock #: N386-

Availability: Out of stock

Description

The burly new outer fabrics and carpeted cross-clipper logo keeps shoes clean plus mellow the harsh of your fall. Check out the Bailout Crash pad from Metolius.

 New sandwich foam design for maximum impact absorption: 1" (25 mm) closed-cell top layer, 2.5" (60 mm) open-cell center, 0.5" (15 mm) closed-cell base layer
Angled hinge design eliminates gutter
Custom molded carry handle
Aluminum buckles - guaranteed for life!
Open size: 36"x 48"x 4" (91.4 cm x 121.9 cm x 10.2 cm)
Folded size: 36"x 26"x 8" (91.4 cm x 66 cm x 20.3 cm)
Weight: 9 lbs. (4 kg)
Colors: black/grey or graffix

Additional Information

Additional Information

Year Spring 2011
Reviews

Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

Splendid Pad
For the last three hours you have perused the internet in search of the perfect medium sized crash pad. Somewhere along the way you have stumbled upon the Metolius Bailout and little did you know, you have finally found the pad that will be dragged through Joshua Tree, Heuco, and back begging for more.

The Bailout is a great pad for its price and includes features found on more expensive pads. The angled hinge eliminates the crack that your ankles and knees just love to bottom out on. The four inches of foam, one closed, 2.5 open, .5 closed, absorbs your falls like a thirsty sponge absorbs water and the beveled edges allow you to easily stuff your new pad into the trunk of your compact car without the worry of crushed corners.

The backpack straps meet your needs and the pad's nine pounds is not too hefty which is a blessing on long approaches. The cover material is just as durable as any and a great complement to the beefy clips that hold your gear with confidence.

If that wasn't enough, the print is pretty awesome and your buddies and you alike will undoubtly enjoy missing that crimp when they know the Bailout's 3' x 4' is below to cushion their fall. Review by Jack / (Posted on 10/23/2012)