Ocun Paddy Incubator Crash Pad
The Ocun Paddy Incubator Crash Pad is an innovatively designed bouldering mat with a massive surface area for highball boulder problems. The Ocun Paddy Incubator has a three-piece folding design, which minimises the size effectively for transportation, while keeping the folding areas to the outskirts of the mat so the middle is fully equipped to take heavy impacts. Elsewhere, the Paddy Incubator is made from heavy-duty nylon and Cordura with Teflon reinforcements to keep it from sliding around, while the triple-density foam inside provides optimal shock absorption and impact protection. Padded, removable and adjustable backpack straps on the base make for easy transportation options, and can even be turned into a cross-body strap, while the suitcase-style handles make it easy to carry from problem to problem.
|DIMENSIONS OPEN||210cm × 100cm x 10cm|
|DIMENSIONS CLOSED||100cm × 55cm × 45cm|
The Ocun Paddy Incubator is filled with 60mm of PUR foam sandwiched between 20mm of PE foam on each side. This provides the best combination of cushioning and impact protection in the event of a big fall.
3 product reviews
as this crashpad is very big it covers allot of ground and reduce's the amount of crash pads you have to carry, the pad works very well, and in my opinion the bigger and thicker the crash pad is the better, this defantly don't lose points on how big it is, and in how thick it is i would say it's just as good as any other pads, but this gains allot on how big it is, and it is also easy to pack up and down
The Ocun paddy incubator is the best large pad crash pad on the market. First, the folding design makes it extremely portable. If you drive a car with a large boot (estate), you can fit two of them and one normal sized crash pad on top of em. Also, because of the design it means its a taco/folding hybrid. Taco style crash pads have larger dimensions when folder, while this one does not! High build quality and other great features are a plus. I own two. So should you!
A good first padd for me. I needed a big padd so as to not feel so afraid to fall on my ass when going boulderig by my self.