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post #1 of 30 (permalink) Old 10-23-2011, 11:01 AM Thread Starter
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Best Stomp Pad

I want a damn good stomp pad for my brand spankin new Horrorscope FK. What do you suggest guys and girls?
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They have it in clear and black, but if you want to get technical its charcoal. Nice big spikes.
Amazon.com: Dakine Spike Stomp: Sports & Outdoors
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It looks tacky but the Large Dakine Spikey pad work the best:

DAKINE Spike Stomp Pad Clear, One Size

Handles extreme amounts of snow buildup.
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^

+1 on those, beat me to it.
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You need an incredibly sharp razor, but I cut mine down to a 3x3 so it's not so freaking huge. A big sharp paper cutter (the cleaver style ones) might work, too.
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The airblaster air pill is a beefy stomp pad

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The best pads, I think, are going to be the Crab Grabs. They will be out in force. They are made with foam, and they have much more hold. Plastic stomp pads bother me, it never really feels like they hold my foot in place like I want, even though when anything is covered in snow it stays slick. I just read about them, but I'm going to be looking for one on my Bataleon Omni. Woop. Get it!
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I just use a couple of the little studs on my top sheet and have had no troubles with them. DAKINE Snowboard : Pyramid Studs

I was using a large pad with the foot scraper thing in the middle of it but found the scraper acted as a point for my boot to pivot on, which made it hard to change from heel/toe while dodging the fallen masses when getting off the lift.

I've got the studs stuck about an inch in from the edge of my board and an inch and a half in from my binding so that I can really lock my foot in there. Seeing as there are 9 in a pack, you can do a couple of boards with one set as well.

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It looks tacky but the Large Dakine Spikey pad work the best:

DAKINE Spike Stomp Pad Clear, One Size

Handles extreme amounts of snow buildup.
^^^This, their like 8 bucks

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Another vote for the Dakine
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