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11-26-2007 05:02 PM
iNSANiA I have that simple little hexagonal Burton stomp pad, it works nicely and helps with tricks where your foot is only in one binding
11-26-2007 02:14 PM
woogie On my old board I had one that was just a bunch of clear plastic nubs. It was pretty cool cause you could place them seprately on the board so I had it over the grafic. I'll upload a picture at some point.
11-26-2007 12:46 PM
kri$han I just used the one that came with my Ride Boots :P ... sometimes i miss it, and when i do, i know cuz on warm days the top of the board can be slippery...

<---- n00b.
11-26-2007 12:19 PM
PaoloSmythe
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Originally Posted by mpdsnowman
and if ANYBODY calls this ugly...WAR!
now that is a pretty door mat!
or do you just use it to scratch yer dags?

(one for the aussies there! )
11-26-2007 11:47 AM
Snowjoe
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Originally Posted by Grimdog
That's a good point. I've had that happen to me before.
Same, I just rode it out one footed to the extreme

I don't bother with one, I've never used one and don't struggle without it so I can't see the point in getting one now.
11-26-2007 11:47 AM
boarderaholic
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Originally Posted by mpdsnowman
not to mention if your back binding did break, that stomp pad will come in handy to get u down the mountain...
Psssh. Do it Craig Kelly style, and no-pad it!
11-26-2007 11:43 AM
Grimdog
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Originally Posted by mpdsnowman
...not to mention if your back binding did break, that stomp pad will come in handy to get u down the mountain...

That's a good point. I've had that happen to me before.
11-26-2007 11:34 AM
romesaz Judging from it's size....do you...WRAP yourboard in that pad?
it's truly massive though for a stomp pad. I'm looking for something small and clear, though I was contemplating just sticking my foot in the binding (Flows ), but I'm new to the slopes, and would probably be better off with a pad.
11-26-2007 11:14 AM
Slaughterhouse Yep...use them and love 'em! I prefer the clear X-Mat from Dakine.
11-26-2007 10:23 AM
lisevolution I like having one though I'd say about 90% of the time I miss it with my boot anyway
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