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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-07-2012, 07:53 PM Thread Starter
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Stomp Pad for One Footers

Hey all,
Im starting one footers of small jumps and rails and am in need of a good stomp pad. Im looking for something to help on the lift and something that will hold when I'm coming down from a jump or a rail with some speed for a size 11 boot. Ive heard good things about the burton stud map Aluminum Stud Mat | Burton Snowboards . And the Dakine spike mat Dakine Snowboard : Spike . Suggestions?
Any help would be appreciated!
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The dakine pad looks better than the burton to me, should work good. I normally don't use a stomp pad but the last 2 boards I bought already had real nice studs on them. Mine are different, they're not pads but individual studs stuck on there, these look like them - DAKINE Ninja Studs Snowboard Stomp Pad and DAKINE Pyramid Studs Stomp Pad WHITE, both work great and look better than a big pad.

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If you're looking to do quite a bit of one footed stuff, I'd get that big ole Dakine stomp.

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the Spike works well when I get off the lift or on flats, but I don't do any one-footers
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Thanks for your input everyone! Going to order it tonight!
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hope it is not too late, but don't spend money on plastic crap from china, just get a roll of grip tape for skateboards, or from home depot for traction.
Nick Visconti says so.
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hope it is not too late, but don't spend money on plastic crap from china, just get a roll of grip tape for skateboards, or from home depot for traction.
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Wow thats actually a good idea, why didn't i hear of that before?
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another vote for grip tape
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If you do go the stomp pad route please get one of the modular Dakine's https://www.google.com/search?q=daki...KsLt0gGD4oTaAg

The spikes do quite the job as they are small, those big spiked ones listed above don't grip as well as these IMO.
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Just get the one that most pros use for one footers. It's just two little metal bars that are at each side of the board to make sure your foot can't slip off. The best I think.

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