A 24" x 15" pocket flap securely carries your gear and keeps what you stuff in the pad from sliding out. When open for use, our pouch is designed to secure and cover your shoulder straps, making the hike home from a muddy or wet day a bit dryer. The Full Pad closes securely with simple and clean metal buckles and folds down to 36" x 24" x 8" for hiking. Fully adjustable shoulder straps and a thick 2" hip belt haul loads with ease.
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|Weight (lbs / kg) |
Weight (lbs / kg)
In pounds and kilograms, the weight, as stated by the manufacturer/brand.
|12.00 lbs / 5.44 kg|
|Fold Type||Hybrid Hinge|
|Number of Foam Layers||two|
|Foam Layout||1" hard foam and 3" soft foam|
|Fabric|| Top: 1000D Cordura Nylon|
Bottom: 1050 Ballistic nylon
|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
| 3.00 ft x 4.00 ft x 4.00 in|
0.91 m x 1.21 m x 10.20 cm
This video show Organic Climbing Athlete Angie Payne explaining all the features of Full Pad and Briefcase Pad.
This load flap isn't listed on WeighMyRack, but it's a handy accessory if you want to tie a few Organic pads together.
Watch all the steps of how a bouldering pad is made from Organic. You'll see all the materials they use and hear how they chose them.
Listen and watch the story of when and why Organic began in Laramie, WY.
For seven years, climbers have loved the high quality, durability, and performance of the Organic Full Pad: “It has become the pad by which all other pads are measured.” The 36” x 48” landing zone offers a sizeable coverage area, and the four inches of foam spreads and cushions the impact in a perfect balance. With a comfortable hipbelt and shoulder straps, it’s easy to carry, even on steep approaches to the best alpine areas, and simple hook-and-loop buckles make packing and unpacking a breeze. Color and design customization is a much-loved option, ranging from just picking out the colors to you-create-it graphics. “Every boulderer I know swears by their Organic mats,” one fan said. “Many of them wouldn’t even think of buying—or landing on—anything else.”
Overall, this Full Pad/Briefcase combo is actually quite compact—nice for navigating tight spaces (such as between trees and through Hueco tunnels), and fitting in cars. Both pads together weigh 16 pounds, which is lighter than most “mondo”-sized pads but not as light as other full-sized pads. However, due to the extra protection afforded by having two pads, I was more than happy to lug this extra weight—even on hour-long hikes at 12,500 feet.
One personal pet peeve with crash pads is their mobility—how quickly it takes you to put away your shoes, chalk etc., and fold up the pad. The Full Pad is definitely one of the most ergonomic designs I’ve seen. It closes with just two two-inch Velcro straps that you loop through metal hooks, eliminating the (breakable) plastic buckle on most pad designs. The long straps also give you something to hold onto when you want to relocate the pad quickly to spot your climbing bud. Part of this closure system is a zippered flap that is big enough to hold a couple of pairs of shoes and chalk bags, making packing up even faster.