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post #21 of 24 (permalink) Old 01-31-2012, 06:55 PM Thread Starter
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Been doing that but nothing my size that seemed like a deal.
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Hopefully I don't get beat up for asking this as it seems controversial. I was looking at a stomp pad for extra grip when getting off the lift. Have been fine so far but seems like the extra grip would be nice as my foot slipped a few times but let the record show I never dumped it.
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Used one on my first board...could not ruin my A-Frame with a stomp pad on No really, get one...but you can survive without.

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Looking at something simple like these but just putting enough on to get some grip. Will these hold?
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