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htrain


Dec 28, 2007, 6:22 PM
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looking to buy bouldering crash pad  (North_America: United_States: Hawaii: Oahu)
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subject line says it all. used or new. cheap = good. the bigger the better. thanks

-chris


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obe


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www.soillholds.com

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http://www.mountaingear.com/pages/product/product.asp/imanf/Black+Diamond/idesc/Mondo+Crash+Pad/Store/MG/item/203548/N/0


htrain


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that's a really cool website. never heard of it before. I like the Carcass Catcher, but I'm hoping to get something cheaper/used from someone also living in Hawaii


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There is a gear shop on Oahu. http://rockclimbinghawaii.com/climbaloha/


htrain


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USnavy wrote:
There is a gear shop on Oahu. http://rockclimbinghawaii.com/climbaloha/

Yep. Been there twice - great place. Unfortunately, they don't sell used pads and the shipping costs of a new one would make it way too expensive for me


m_o_n_s_t_e_r


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I think you might have to go with the ol' matress off somebodys curb on garbage day method.


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m_o_n_s_t_e_r wrote:
I think you might have to go with the ol' matress off somebodys curb on garbage day method.

yeah... I've def considered that. it'd just be a huge pain to transport, store, and hike around with


htrain


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Left the island for 6 months - back now and still looking for a good pad. Hook a brotha up.

-Chris


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Oct 5, 2008, 6:07 PM
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htrain wrote:
Left the island for 6 months - back now and still looking for a good pad. Hook a brotha up.

-Chris

http://www.organicclimbing.com. Best pads on the market, and definitely the best value for a pad on the market. The shipping will suck, but you're just gonna have to accept that if you want a pad in Hawaii. Sorry man. Its like getting good seafood in Wyoming.


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