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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-17-2013, 12:08 AM Thread Starter
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Here's my board. I just don't want to put anything over Gaara's face, but it seems the clear pads are very clear and stay that way (thnx JeffreyCH) for while.
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I can see why you don't want cover ant part of the graphics, looks nice

You said that was as wrap? I'm wondering how well a pad will stick to the wrap? Or if you run the risk of having the pad pull up on the graphic? Just a couple random thoughts, I have no idea how durable these wraps are. Maybe someone else who has more experience with wrapped boards will chime in.

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Originally Posted by JBthe3rd View Post
The "Dakine modular stomp pad" is clear I have it on one of my boards and you can't even tell its there
Yeah I like this one, I have it in clear and black
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