Say goodbye to all your bouldering blues with the Mad Rock Duo Pad the next time you're headed out for an afternoon of sending blocks. The Duo's extra strap attaches your second pad to a daisy chain system so you can carry all the ground-fall protection you need in one fell swoop. With your eye on the highball prize, you know you'll want to conserve your energy to really give your problem your all, so strap on the Duo with its convenient soft-molded EVA hipbelt and load-lifting straps to efficiently carry your gear. Clip your shoes to the extra chain loops and slide your water bottle, chalk, and beanie in the expanding pocket for easy carry during the hike in to the boulder field. Once you've made it to the rocks, a hook-and-loop connection flap holds your pads together for continuous floor coverage as you work the moves. The Duo's added welcome mat gives you the luxury of wiping your shoes on this pad, instead of settling for the shins of your pants so you can have precise, clean footwork for all your sends.
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