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10-07-2008 05:11 PM
nzboardlife I have never used one, its easy enough to stand on the base
10-07-2008 03:50 PM
downandgoing i use just the little nipple pad. just something to get traction with. (that annnnnnnd i love nipples)
10-06-2008 11:01 PM
X1n54n3x i used to rock the dakine studs until some retard skier bitch ran over my stick and tore off like 4 of em..now i have one in the shape of a 40oz bottle of malt liquor. as for anyone whos too cool for stomp pads, seriousley, theyre fucking pretty useful.
10-06-2008 10:33 PM
Rikki_d Yup did all that..have applied before many times to many boards...maybe just a bum set of spikes..just everyday I would be missing one..then another..eventually they were all gone by weeks end..actually I should correct myself..they weren't Dakine but Burton spikes..
10-06-2008 09:49 PM
thebutress i used the studs. works good with the board too. (yes the board was damn new at the time. what can i say, i'm a noob.) they survived a noob's trip to telluride just fine though.
10-06-2008 08:59 PM
oneplankawanka
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I put the dakine studs on my new board..made sure it was free of grease and dirt...lost everyone of them on my trip to Red Mtn. last year..was not really impressed..so now I ride without, but if I did decide to put a stomp pad back on..I'd go with a full stick-on sheet.
When you apply studs, or any of those small diamond shaped do dads to your board...wipe the area down with alcohol,and let evaporate, warm the topsheet (carefully) with a hair dryer, apply studs on a warm topsheet and put something heavy on them (like a toolbox) and let it sit indoors overnight.

This has worked for me..never have I lost one.. try it. no need for a big bulky nipply stomp pad.

If you are losing your pads on the hill they were probably not intsalled properly. Never buy on the mountain and slap it on!! you will lose it everytime..
10-06-2008 08:38 PM
AAA While almost any stomp pad offers a little grip for your back foot in glides and skidding turns off the lift, I really like the Dakine pads with the spikey cones. It's the only one I know of that is really well suited to clearing caked snow off the soles of your boots, which is the best use there is for a stomp pad, IMO.
10-06-2008 04:45 PM
sedition ^ Odd. I have them on my decks for some time and never had any problem with. Usually put in over 40 days a season, and under all kinds of conditions.
10-06-2008 12:26 PM
Rikki_d
Dakinel studs

I put the dakine studs on my new board..made sure it was free of grease and dirt...lost everyone of them on my trip to Red Mtn. last year..was not really impressed..so now I ride without, but if I did decide to put a stomp pad back on..I'd go with a full stick-on sheet.
10-06-2008 12:21 PM
FORUMRIDER12321 i have a DC one that came with my boots
before that i just stuck my boot to the glue residue of the other stomps that have fallen off haha
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