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Anyone have a pic of a Ralph stomp pad on their board?

I'm trying to figure out how big they are before I order one. I can't find demensions anywhere.
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LOL... I'd definitely put him on my board, that rocks!

It's this one by stompdesign, it would be going on a wide board so I'm wondering if I should find something bigger..

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It'll be fine don't worry about the size, after 10 days of riding you probably won't need or use your stomp pad.
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that actually looks pretty sweet though... never thought of artistic stomp pads that might add to the attractiveness of your board and provide functionality...


However I'm still not using one; people that see me riding without one usually have their worlds implode on their brains.

I wanted a sig, but I need a job first.
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people that see me riding without one usually have their worlds implode on their brains.
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I just went with their devo caps. I need all the help I can get exiting the lift cause I suck.
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Stomp pads are good for beginners... maybe lol. I used to prefer it when I was a beginner, but I can care less now.

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I've never had one. Although I like my friend's stompad which look like a few metal stars placed around the area as you wish. I would put one just to keep the board from getting scruffy looking there, but I never got around to doing it.
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That is prob the only cool looking stomp pad i have seen.

They should make a sticker of their artist series, i'd buy that sticker, but i wouldn't put a stomp pad on my board cause they for newbies!

the sticker i would put on my board

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