Our sport is growing fast! It will make its Olympic debut in Tokyo 2020. It’s an exciting time and we’re stoked to be helping the climbing community grow through our giving back programs.
Our team of athletes consists of outdoor developers, photographers, route setters, and world-class competition climbers, and we try to help them achieve their goals and dreams while they help us develop the best gear.
Local climbing area access and initiatives
Launched in 2019, we will be offing the Drifter bouldering pad in two versions, plain and Limited Edition (LE). We will use the LE to showcase different bouldering areas around North America. We’ll endeavor to work with an artist to paint a local scene of the chosen area which reflects its essence. Some of the proceeds from the LE will then be set aside and donated to local climbing access groups or towards initiatives to improve the area for the climbing community.
The first area selected for this will be Squamish, BC. We will be donating all collected funds to the Squamish Access Society, and we’ll keep you updated on how the project helps climbers who visit the area. Let’s all work together to improve and preserve these beautiful places!
Crash Pad Collaborations