The Pluto Bouldering Mat from Moon is a classic "taco" style pad that eliminates empty spots by using full size foam sheets. It's a step up from Moon's beginner Bump Pad but is smaller and more affordable than the Warrior, making it ideal for intermediate climbers. The Pluto Crash Pad folds up easily for transportation with the "dirty" side folding inwards so it keeps your car and house clean. The backpack straps are simple and easy to use, and can also be adjusted to make a cross body strap for all your approach and walking to the car needs. As with all Moon crash pads, the combination of closed and open cell foam makes for great shock absorption and safe fall-breaking.
|DIMENSIONS OPEN||100 x 100 x 9 cm|
|DIMENSIONS CLOSED||100 x 50 x 18 cm|
- Taco style, anti-crease folding design which eliminates mid-mat empty spots
- Carry it backpack-, shoulder bag- or suitcase-style
- Dual density foam provides optimal shock absorption from big or small heights
- Anti-slip base
- Super-tough ballistic Nylon outer
- Aluminium buckles
A high quality combo of 2.5cm of closed cell foam and 6.5cm of open cell foam makes up the bulk of the Moon Pluto Crash Pad, which provides excellent cushioning and shock absorption.
Super Tough Outer
Moon's Pluto Crash Pad is coated in ultra hard-wearing ballistic nylon fabric for the best abrasion resistance, complete with a non-slip base so the mat stays in place. It also features lightweight aluminium buckles and padded shoulder straps. Furthermore, the foam is wrapped in plastic to give the pad some water resistance if it's dropped in a puddle or rain finishes play.
Multiple Carry Options
The Moon Pluto has a single padded shoulder strap that can be adjusted and reworked into backpack straps, thanks to a handy Velcro loop on the top side of the pad. It also features carry handles along the top and side edges so you can easily carry it between problems.
1 product review
I was looking a perfect companion for Moon Saturn. Pluto fits nicely into Saturn, even inside the older models (my Saturn is from 2013). Quality is excellent and it's very easy to remove carrying straps when climbing. Rubberized bottom parts keeps the pad on place. Definitely recommended!