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hangontight

Crash Pad

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My friend and I got into climbing / bouldering at the same time, and we have always done it together. He got a new job recently and hasn't been able to go out as often as I would like to. We have been using some gymnastic type pads he got from somewhere (a little ghetto but they have kinda worked). Now that he is too busy to go with me all the time I was looking at buying a crash pad for myself. I have had a look around online, and I am a little overwhelmed by the choices. Is it worth spending the money for a real expensive one? or will a cheap one suffice? Any help / reccomendations would be much appreciated!

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PMd ya. I have a like new Cheap Bastard from Metolius that I bought from a friend that was moving. I'll sell it to you if you're interested.

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