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Metolius Session II Pad
  • Metolius Session II Pad
  • Metolius Session II Pad
  • Metolius Session II Pad
  • Metolius Session II Pad
  • Metolius Session II Pad
  • Metolius Session II Pad

Session II

Metolius

Rating

My vote: None ( 3 avg )

Description

We've made the bestselling crash pad in the USA even better! Redesigned flap closure system is easier to load and reverses to cover shoulder straps while bouldering. Two new drag handles make it easier to position while open. This versatile, do-it-all crash pad has burly 900d poly outer fabric that protects your pad from abrasion. Cross-clipper logo rug for cleaning shoes, padded shoulder straps, a waist belt, and suitcase-style carry handles. 4" sandwich foam design for maximum impact absorption, and angled hinges eliminate the gutter. Innovative speed-hook aluminum buckles are guaranteed for life.

Retail price

US$ 149.00

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Weight (lbs / kg)

Weight (lbs / kg)

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

9.00 lbs / 4.08 kg
Fold Type Straight Hinge
Number of Foam Layers ­
Foam Layout ­
Fabric Top: 900d poly outer fabric
Bottom: 900d poly outer fabric
Features Waist Belt
Side Handle(s)
ShoulderCarry
Backpack Carry
Removable / Hidden Straps
Closing Flap
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

4.00 ft x 3.00 ft x 4.00 in
1.22 m x 0.91 m x 10.20 cm
Session II Pad Details

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Outdoor Gear Lab Gear Review rating 3/5

The medium size of the Session II is just right for a solo lowball circuit or to pad a tall problem in conjunction with a few other pads. Although the Mad Pad is better for its thickness and durability, the Session II still has a place in the hands of boulderers on a budget and for those who are looking to add some extra cushion to their arsenal of pads.