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What Snowboard Stomp Pad do you guys recommend?

I use the one that came with my board, but would like to consider a bigger option and maybe with spikes so it sticks better to my boot.
Any recommendations?
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I haven't put one on my new board yet but I've heard good things about the metal burton spikes. They come in a pack of six that you can arrange how you want.
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Most experienced riders shun stomp pads. I'm a relatively new comer and don't use one.
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I'd recommend not using a stomp pad. They are completely unnecessary, and if you have a good looking board it ruins the look. Just step to the inside of your back binding and use a little backwards pressure against the binding - absolutely no need for a stomp pad.
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i think stomp pads are unnecessary but its nice to have.

sometimes the top sheet with snow just makes it too slippery to step on and then ud wish u have a stomp pad.
if ur worried about them ruining ur board, get some smaller ones but they wont stick as good.
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I like my Dakine square spiked pad


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I like my Dakine square spiked pad
Is this the one?
DAKINE Spike Stomp at REI.com
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I don't think he asked wheather or not he should use one. I think he already has decided to and wants to now which one does the best job.

There are plenty of choices out there find one you like and go for it. There will always be those for and against so do your own thing IMO
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Thanks man!
Yes, I do feel a lot more comfortable with a stomp pad.
Problem is I live in Miami and can't physically choose one... I have to buy it online.
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I haven't heard many good things about the Demon brand of stomp pads, haven't tried them personally though. One of my boards has a spike one similar to the one posted and it works well.
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