Black Diamond

Circuit Crash Pad - Rust

Sale price€179.99
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The Circuit Crash Pad by Black Diamond offers unparalleled support and protection for boulderers seeking a reliable, cost-effective solution. Designed with a meticulous blend of closed-cell PE foam and high-density EVA, this crash pad ensures a lightweight yet robust barrier against impacts. Its ergonomic suspension system, featuring adjustable shoulder straps and a waistbelt, guarantees comfortable carry to your bouldering spot. The innovative hinge-style fold and square corners enhance transport ease and coverage, respectively, making it an essential companion for your climbing adventures.


  • Closed-cell PE foam combined with EVA for lightweight, durable impact absorption
  • PU coated 900D nylon for exceptional durability and water resistance
  • Hinge-style folding mechanism for compact storage and easy transport
  • User-friendly hook metal buckles for secure closure
  • Integrated system to carry multiple pads simultaneously
  • Expansive open dimensions of 121x91 cm for comprehensive ground coverage
  • Backed by a 2-year warranty, affirming Black Diamond's confidence in their product

MaterialPE foam, EVA, PU coated 900D nylon
Open Size121x91 cm
Closure SystemHook metal buckles
Carry SystemShoulder straps, waistbelt, side handles
Warranty2 years


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Black Diamond

Black Diamond was born from Chouinard Equipment and was a natural continuation of the passion and ethos that Yvon Chouinard and his friends started in 1965. Peter Metcalf and the employees of Chouinard Equipment took over in 1989, changed the name to Black Diamond and moved to Salt Lake City, to be at the base of the Wasatch mountains.

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