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 The Gordita is officially retired.You've found a page of history! The Gordita is no longer produced by Stonelick and it is not available to buy from major online retailers. You can still check out all the specs and claim your ownership.

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This pad will haul it all. By combining both flaps at the bottom corner, the Gordita will keep your valuables cozy and protected even when overstuffed.

Retail price

US$ 385.00

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Weight (lbs / kg)

Weight (lbs / kg)

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

21.40 lbs / 9.71 kg
Fold Type Step Hinge
Number of Foam Layers three
Foam Layout 1" PE foam impact layer, 3" of top quality PU foam core, .5" PE foam foundation
Fabric Top: 1000D Coated Cordura landing surface
Bottom: 1050D Ballistic cover
Features Waist Belt
Side Handle(s)
Backpack Carry
Closing Flap
USA Made
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

4.00 ft x 4.92 ft x 4.50 in
1.21 m x 1.50 m x 11.40 cm
Stonelick Bouldering Pad

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I have had some durability issues with the stitching on the Gordita’s straps, and this is really the one area the pad is lacking. The Mondo and Bog Pad’s straps seem more durable and better reinforced than the Gordita’s. It did not take long after I started using the pad for the sternum strap to become unstitched from the shoulder strap, and I had to sew it back on. Additionally, I have had some of the stitches binding the straps to the pad pop when lifting the pad, and the straps themselves show quite a bit of wear, though this was after over 75 days of use.