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Average Rating = 4.33/5 Average Rating : 4.33 out of 5
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Ensure bouldering makes a positive impact on your psyche, not the ground beneath the rock--this 12-sq. ft. landing zone cushions your fall


  • Upper 1/4" closed-cell foam layer disperses impact force; lower 3" open-cell foam provides soft cushioning
  • Landing surface (36" x 48") is covered with durable automobile-type carpeting
  • Lower and side surfaces are constructed from double-stitched 1050-denier nylon ballistics cloth
  • Velcro(R) closures at the end of the cover allow the foam to be removed for washing
  • Folds into a 2' x 3' package with shoulder straps; carry your essentials folded up inside

3.5" x 46" x 48"

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Highlander rocks! 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: surfcat, 2009-09-14

I love this pad, good catch, big target, no too heavy, durable.
Misty Mountain is Quality! Forkliftdaddy, what did they charge to put new foam in?

Super construction, super company 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: forkliftdaddy, 2007-07-30

Got my Highlander several years ago. It doesn't have a lot of bells and whistles, but I used it off and on for days and/or weekends. This year the foam was pretty much shot, especially at the fold, but the pad shell was still in great shape. So I contacted Misty to purchase some replacement foam, letting me pick it up in Boone -- no shipping charges. Good pad with great construction.

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: nevenneve, 2005-05-20

Has a definite focus on durability for its weight. I have taken at least a couple twenty footers with the pad over some pointy boulders and been impressed with both of our end condition. I have very minimal experience with pads and use it mostly for highball/solos of the shorter routes up on the prairie. Biggest weak spot I can ascertain is stock foam possibly having short lifespan or possibility for deterioration due to opening versus sealed designs. Hauls thirty pounds well enough and makes for bueno siesta.

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: furrymurry, 2005-03-11

Great pad, very durable and has held up well. I give it a 4 because when choosing whether to land on it or my buddy's metolius pad, I aim for the metolius. I just prefer the way it feels, but the Highlander still does fine.

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: lordjim, 2004-07-25

I bought this as a second pad to complement my Metolius XXL. I actually bought it "practically new" for $120US and it is totally worth it. Small and light compared to the Metolius but the construction is bomber and I see it becoming my main pad when I go out in larger groups.

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