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Evolve Iceman Crash Pad (Lime)
  • Evolve Iceman Crash Pad (Lime)
  • Evolve Iceman Crash Pad (Lime)
  • Evolve Iceman Crash Pad (Lime)
  • Evolve Iceman Crash Pad (Lime)
  • Evolve Iceman Crash Pad (Lime)




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The Iceman is the smaller version of the Maverick. It features dual density foam and a continuous 1-inch layer of foam to prevent dead spots in the landing surface. The multi directional corner closure system keeps your belongings safe on the approach.

Retail price

US$ 150.00
Weight (lbs / kg)

Weight (lbs / kg)

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

7.38 lbs / 3.56 kg
Fold Type Straight Hinge
Number of Foam Layers two
Foam Layout Continuous top sheet of 1" closed cell foam
Fabric Top: Ballistic Nylon
Bottom: Ballistic Nylon
Features Side Handle(s)
Backpack Carry
Closing Flap
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

2.66 ft x 3.50 ft x 4.00 in
0.81 m x 1.06 m x 10.20 cm
Iceman Pad

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“The one thing I hate about bouldering is constantly opening and closing your pad to move from one spot to another, but the Iceman was way faster and easier to use than every other pad in my quiver,” one diehard boulderer said after taking it to pebble-wrestling hotspots in Colorado, Utah, and California. Other pads with strap systems force you to hook the buckle, and then tighten, which is sometimes difficult with a too-small and slippery webbing strap that gets stiff when dirty. The Iceman’s genius straps close and tighten in the same movement. At just under 7.5 pounds and with a 32” x 42” coverage area, the Iceman is excellent for after-work sessions or as a fill-in pad.