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Premier Post - PODSACS Essential Climbing Equipment at Bargain Prices

Hugh Cottam - on 14 Mar 2014
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-------------------------------------------------------------------------- Podsacs New Essential Gear Offers -----------------------------------------------------------------------


Pod Steel Merchant Crampon Bag - 9.99 (was 15.50) - http://www.podsacs.com/i/q/CCPSM/pod-steel-merchant
If you ever have to take crampons anywhere, i.e. you own a pair of crampons. Then these are essential. Simple yet robust crampon bag with roll top closure fastened with quick release buckle.
Will keep those sharp crampon points from damaging the rest of your gear in the rucsac.
Suitable for all types of crampon.



POD Crash Pad - 79.99 (was 125) http://www.podsacs.com/i/q/CCPODCP/pod-crash-pad

Wow! A pad you can actually fit in your car and carry around without looking like SpongeBob SquarePants.
Size: 100cm x 95cm x 8cm. The original Podsacs crashpad offers great protection for the recreational boulderer who will appreciate the ease of use and low bulk for easy storage and transportation. This classic hinged design uses high quality foams and durable Cordura fabrics.


Pod Big Dipper Climbing Bag - 14.99 (was 25.50) - http://www.podsacs.com/i/q/CCPBDCB/pod-big-dipper-climbing-bag

Oversize chalk bucket for social boulderers, with squat non spill design. Hi-pile fleece inner to hold chalk. Large carry handles and hang loop. Internal foam stiffener adds stability. Stretch woven pockets for brushes and accessories



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Hugh Cottam - on 15 Mar 2014
I meant to point out that the Big Dipper Chalk Bag Pictured here is the much asked about "Tuareg" colour.
Hugh Cottam - on 17 Mar 2014
And the Steel Merchant pictured is "Henna".

Hugh Cottam - on 18 Mar 2014
In view of feedback I've received, I'd like to apologise for the confusing colour names "Henna" and "Tuareg". These were chosen prior to Podsacs becoming primarily an online retailer.


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