Metolius Launch Pad

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Specs

Weight 3 lb 11 oz / 1.67 kg
Dimensions 36 in x 23 in x 2 in / 91 cm x 58 cm x 5 cm

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Metolius's Launch Pad page.

Retailers' Descriptions

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The Metolius Launch Pad is designed to complement bigger pads and allows you to place your main crash pad under the crux and have another "sub" pad for the start or wherever else you need extra padding. Carries easily inside your crash pad.

- CampSaver.com

On Sale. Free Shipping. Metolius Launch Pad FEATURES of the Metolius Launch Pad Designed to complement our bigger pads Allows you to place your main crash pad under the crux and have another in.subin.pad for the start or wherever else you need extra padding The highest-quality dual-density foam available in a Bouldering Pad: 1in. of open-cell to absorb energy layered under (1in. / 25 mm) of closed-cell to spread force out Aluminum buckles - guaranteed for life Upholstery fabric top for wiping your shoes Burly, urethane-coated nylon bottom for durability and water resistance Dual carry straps can be used to convert the Launch Pad to a crag chair SPECIFICATIONS of the Metolius Launch Pad Weight: 3 lbs 11 oz / 1.67 kg Dimension: 36 x 23 x 2in. / 91 x 58 x 5 cm OVERSIZE ITEM: We cannot ship this product by any expedited shipping method (3-Day, 2-Day or Next Day). Even if you pick that option, it will still go Ground Shipping. Sorry for being so mean. ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

Use the Metolius Launch Pad to supplement your crash setup at the crag. Designed specifically to complement Metolius' bigger pads, the Launch Pad helps protect areas around the crux landing zone with dual-density foam.

- Backcountry.com

A complement to bigger pads, this smaller-sized, non-folding Launch Pad by Metolius is a great addition to any bouldering session.

- Mountain Gear

Metolius Launch Pad

MSRP:
$80.00

The Metolius Launch Pad is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 31, 2014 at CampSaver.com.

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