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Large Bouldering Mats

Biggest isn't always best, but in bouldering it certainly has its place. Larger pads are ideal for higher problems, awkward landings, or anyone with lower limb niggles - but on the other hand they're less ideal when it comes to storing or carrying them. Here we test seven of the bigger pads on the market. 

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These are reviews from the UKC editorial team

SNAP Guts Bouldering Mat

Rob Greenwood justifies his recent trip to Font with a thorough look at SNAP's latest pad, the curiously named 'Guts'.

Mid-Sized Bouldering Mats

Bouldering mats have come a long way since the beer towel. Not only do modern pads give a better landing, they are also bigger, easier to carry and boast useful extra features. This test highlights the range of options currently available.

An Introduction to Vegan Climbing Equipment

As a vegan, taking on a new sport/discipline requires research. With the help of the Veggie Guide team, we have put together a simple guide to vegan climbing products.

SNAP Wrap Original Crash Pad

A bouldering mat that feels harder or softer, depending how high your fall, the Wrap is also comfy to carry. It's a winning...

Christmas Special - Gifts Ideas under £40

Stuck for a few last minute stocking fillers for the climber in your life? Here's a few quick ideas for small...

Latest News

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New For 2019 - The SNAP Wham, Grand Wham, and Guts

6 years ago Snap launched the original + revolutionary 'Wrap', with its unique air cell technology. At the time it caused something of a stir, blurring the lines between a conventional foam bouldering mat and something completely radical, new a...

OutDoor 2019 - New Climbing Gear

We're just back from the annual summer gear-fest that is the OutDoor trade show. As Europe sweltered in the heat the world's outdoor industry gathered in Munich to network, drink beer and showcase their shiny new stuff. For us it's a great opportunity to...

SNAP Guts Crash Pad

Thanks to its intelligent Air Technology this 'smooth but tough' crash-pad is perfectly adapted to both short and high falls. It offers improved security and resilience, as it combines more resistant materials with greater comfort on landing. It can be folded in two...

OutDoor 2018 - Climbing Equipment Roundup

The UKC/UKH team have just returned from the final OutDoor show at Friedrichshafen. We saw hundreds of innovative,...

SNAP Pad Update

Whilst the winter is where it's at for many boulderers, the sunny summer bouldering scene is not to be underestimated.

Lawson Brothers join the Snap UK Team

Joe and Sam Lawson, originally from Norfolk, have just joined the Snap UK Team. Despite being in their 20s, the...

20 Years of SNAP climbing

We can't believe it but SNAP is 20 Years old! Born and bred in France, SNAP pads have been littering the forest floors of...


Articles featuring this brand

Competition WINNER - Win a SNAP French Toast Bouldering Pad

The SNAP French Toast is a super practical suit case folding pad with all the quality that you expect of a SNAP.

Competition WINNER - Win a Snap Bun Pad

One piece means no folds, and no weak point in the middle that you could twist your ankle in. There's no seams along the edges and you'll have to try to find a harder wearing pad!

Competition WINNER - Win a Snap Crash Pad from Beta Climbing De

We can't believe it but SNAP is 20 Years old! Born and bred in France, SNAP pads have been littering the forest floors of Fontainebleau for many years... Ever notice that seasoned 'bleausard' cruising all your holiday projects? Yes,...

Winner Win a SNAP Air Cell Technology Pad

SNAP's menu of Wrap pads are selling fast across the UK and now you have the chance to win one for yourself. Just answer the question below, and you could be the proud owner of one of these revolutionary bouldering pads.

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