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Bouldering Mats Products

£332.22 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Climbing Bouldering-Mats The Grand Wrap Snap
The Grand Wrap

A supersized crash pad with an innovative design for safety in big and small falls

£282.84 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Climbing Bouldering-Mats The Wrap Snap
The Wrap

Bouldering mat with 24 individual PU foam bloack which allow a firmer resistance for higher impact falls but a softer, more comfortable feeling for starts and low falls

£236.18 (inc Vat)
You save 12%
Outdoor Climbing Bouldering-Mats Paddy Incubator OCUN
Paddy Incubator

Large crash pad for bouldering, constructed of PE and PUR foam

£197.56 (inc Vat)
You save 12%
Outdoor Climbing Bouldering-Mats Paddy Dominator OCUN
Paddy Dominator

great bouldering mat featuring an absorption system that makes it ideal for demanding users and for highballing.

£185.99 (inc Vat)
You save 11%
Outdoor Climbing Bouldering-Mats Highball Boulder Mat DMM
Highball Boulder Mat

DMM's Highball hinged style bouldering pad is extremely popular. Thick foam and bomber fabrics make a tough and durable mat you'll be happy to fall on time and time again.

Boulder Mats

Boulder mats or pads have progressed in technology and popularity in the last few years, changing from almost a novelty item to a crag essential. A good mat will protect you, taking the jolt out of landings and evening out rocky or loose ground below you, but will also protect the crag environment. You just have to look at the base of popular boulder problems to see the damage done by hundreds of pairs of feet coming crashing down into the soil. They also help keep your feet and shoes dry, and off the ground is wet (or if you're climbing at Ogmore and the tide is coming in), which makes them equally useful when climbing routes. They're handy for protecting the start of sport routes, too.

DMM have once again stolen a march on their competitors, producing a range of mats more thoughtfully designed and more durably manufactured than any other mats we've seen. They are made with heavy duty materials, and while they aren't the cheapest, but they are probably the best. The High Ball can be seen protecting Ben on the left.


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