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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-24-2009, 09:39 PM
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Does anyone have any suggestions on a stomp pad?? Mine sucks so my foot slides off all the time, any suggestions on a good one??
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OBJ chinese stars, dakine anything with spikes or clutch, demon iron cross with the spikes other then that its pick and choose just get something that you think will still function when loaded up with snow.


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I have the clear dakine 5x5 with some good size spikes and it really stuck on solid.The best thing is it does'nt hold snow or ice very much.
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I have the clear dakine 5x5 with some good size spikes and it really stuck on solid.The best thing is it does'nt hold snow or ice very much.
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Just make sure you have one with no small little bits insets etc..i see so many that are just logos for companies and crap etched into the plastic with a few spikes..i cant imagine those work well when all those cracks just get filled up with snow..

Just get one you like the design of that has big spies with a good gap between any high points..this makes it easy to kick the snow out of it or use it with snow built up on it.

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I have Tech Bars by Stomp Design on my old Anthem. I don't have anything on my Design, but I loved those on my old board.
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dakine modular spike type pad ... modular for mine was 3 pieces which lets you cover the whole foot area where you stomp instead of just one piece for the arch or toes area
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My dakine ripped right off my board


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i have had that happen with a dakine clutch pad. i attributed it to not heating up the glue enough. i have been rocking a set of obj chinese stars and no problems so far. been on em about 15 days


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