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Edelrid Crux II Bouldering Pad Open View
  • Edelrid Crux II Bouldering Pad Open View
  • Edelrid Crux II Bouldering Pad Back and Open View
  • Edelrid Crux II Bouldering Pad Foam Layers

Crux II

Edelrid

Rating

My vote: None ( 5.2 avg )

Description

The ultimate mega crash pad for bold highballs and soft landings.

* Four-layer construction consists of 3 different types of foam for exceptional shock absorption
* Robust, water-repellent ballistic nylon outer fabric for durability
* Adjustable carrying system with shoulder straps, waist belt and indestructible aluminium buckles
* Integrated EDELRID foot mat to clean your shoes on

Retail price

US$ 336.78
Price is a static conversion from
€300.00 EUR
Weight (lbs / kg)

Weight (lbs / kg)

In pounds and kilograms, the weight, as stated by the manufacturer/brand.

18.52 lbs / 8.40 kg
Fold Type Taco
Number of Foam Layers four
Foam Layout 4 different types of foam for exceptional shock absorption
Fabric Top: Robust, water-repellent ballistic nylon
Bottom: Robust, water-repellent ballistic nylon
Features Waist Belt
Side Handle(s)
Backpack Carry
Shoe Cleaning Spot
Dimensions (ft / m)

Dimensions (ft / m)

In feet and inches / meters and centimeters, the length, width, and height of the bouldering pad, as stated by the manufacturer/brand

6.89 ft x 3.78 ft x 3.90 in
2.10 m x 1.15 m x 10.00 cm

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Cruxn Gear Review no rating given just a review

The construction is pretty good and carrying the pad is pretty comfortable for the size. The weight of this pad helps with that because it weighs very little for the size of the pad (go ahead and compare them). The shoulder straps are padded, the waist belt is large and has a beefy buckle and the closure system for the pad is pretty intuitive. Overall this pad has all the features that benefit any bouldering pad. I do like the zipper closure for the bottom because I am always afraid of having gear slide out while hiking the trail or jumping around in a talus field. The carpet in the middle of the pad puts the icing on the cake for sure.