First I want to go over the build of the pad. It’s a nice pad. But the one thing is the fabric pulls of the pad a little, so it pulls on your shoulders just a bit. This doesn’t bother me at all, but is just a small thing. However, I think the positives counter this small thing. I love the thick padded straps especially the hip straps; they make carrying the pad very comfortable, I’ve hiked over 3 miles with this pad on my back, and I felt like I could still hike another 5! The next benefit is that its a good size for your back. Some pads are very thick and heavy pulling you backwards. This pad isn’t to thick or heavy. Now the dual pad feature is very nice! I love having a smaller pad to either make sit-starts more comfortable or to place in a tight area where a full pad won’t fit. I really like the little guy. Another thing that is really nice, often times it’s hard to find your friends if they left for the boulders before you, but I have the teal pad so I stand out like a sore thumb which is very convenient for other to spot me. Another thing about the teal pad, in pictures it looks sick! :P If you want to be unique in the climbing world, I recommend buying this pad! I’m really glad I bought this pad and wouldn’t trade it for any other.
SoiLL’s pad is softer and bigger than the Asana pad I have. It’s nice to fall on as Jared mentioned in his review. Easy to adjust shoulder straps that are
comfortable. Love this pad!
Super soft and cushiony. Feels great falling on and looks cool. I’ve tried out some Asana pad purchasing this and were a bit firmer which I didn’t like when falling from higher problems.
New to climbing, newer to outdoor climbing, and thanks to the So Ill crash pad I'm stoked to keep pushing. Loving this setup so much I'll be ordering another as my climbing progresses. The shoulder straps are comfy and secure for those hikes to the crag and the alloy buckles keep me confident I'm not going to lose any extra gear I stuff in there for the trip.
I bought this crash pad a little over 2 years ago in the grey and green color and absolutely love it! I have used it quite a bit and have taken it to Joshua Tree, Bishop, Yosemite, Big Bear, and even Utah. I'm not one to leave reviews but I am very impressed with how well this crash pad has held up. Other than the dirt, you would hardly even know that it's about 2 years old. The pad is comfortable to wear, comfortable to fall on, easy to pack up and throw down for climbing, and as an added bonus, it even looks good. I would definitely recommend this pad to anyone.