New to Moja Gear by user request, we’re beginning monthly giveaways of our favorite gear. Each giveaway will run for two weeks, and the winner will be notified and posted to this page. This giveaway runs through Tuesday, February 7th, 2017.
Editor’s note: this giveaway has been closed and the winner, I. Casarez, was notified on February 8th, 2017.
About the prize
Metolius’s Session Crash Pad is a versatile, do-it-all pad at an aggressive price ($149). A flap-closure-system and stash pocket keeps your gear secure, while burly 900d poly outer fabric protects your pad from abrasion. The pad also features a cross-clipper logo rug for cleaning shoes, padded shoulder straps, a waist belt, and suitcase-style carry handles. A 4″ sandwich foam design is used for maximum impact absorption and angled hinges eliminate the gutter. The Session’s innovative speed-hook aluminum buckles are guaranteed for life.
- Open size: 36″ x 48″ x 4″ (91.4 cm x 121.9 cm x 10.2 cm)
- Folded size: 36″ x 26″ x 8″ (91.4 cm x 66 cm x 20.3 cm)
- Weight: 9 lbs. (4 kg)
What others are saying
5/5 Stars: … I’ve taken it out about 10 times and its held up pretty well! For a beginner, I think it’s a great pad. Foam is great and makes bailing less of a worry … I think its pretty easy to close and nice having a secure bottom for storage … It also feels great on your back when hiking to your destinations. All in all a great pad for a beginner like me and it doesn’t break the bank, compared to other pads. —Pavel Bereezyuk via Backcountry.com
4/5 Stars: Great pad. Just took it on a 4 day climbing trip to Joe’s and it held up well. It is more firm than the Mad Rock pad my boyfriend has used for a few years. I am not sure whether this will change with more frequent use, but I do like its current firmness. I am 5’5″ with a small athletic frame and this pad could not fit me more perfectly. Very comfortable and well placed straps. Also has a handle for quick and easy moving over a short distance between boulders … —Jessica B. via Amazon.com
5/5 Stars: Pleased with this purchase! Like the description states, this crash pad is small and light. It fits perfectly in the back of my Wrangler, and gets the job done. —prollie via REI.com
5/5 Stars: I’ve only used it a couple of times, but it works very well. Lightweight, easy to carry around, and the elastic cover ensures that your things won’t fall out while you’re walking down the trail. I like the way the pad folds, too, with the slanted crease; less awkward when you place it over rocks in the landing area. —E. Hinman via Amazon.com
Enter to win
Simply add your name and email to be entered. Entries close on Tuesday, February 7th, 2017 and one winner will be randomly selected and notified at the email address provided by Wednesday, February 8th, 2017. Due to the high costs of international shipping, the pad must be delivered to a US address.
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