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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old 02-27-2009, 01:03 PM
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dakine or bust typically.

i like the metal studs, although im in a rare category...they dont hold as good as there spikes ones though.

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Yeah I put Dakine's spiked pad on all my board. It's large and has incredible traction. I can skate down greens with that bad boy.
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Dakines are the way to go.
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Another vote here for Dakine.
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Demon??

Anybody try these Demon Stomp Pads?

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Without question, the best I've used in terms of durability, grip, and looks are the 3M rubber bumper pads. Linky

Home Depot or Lowes have them in the cabinet aisle (they are the little rubber bumpers for you cabinets.) They are like $1.99 for a pack of 12, and you can arrange them in any pattern you like.

Personally I haven't put one on a board for some time now. Stomp pads are great at first, but eventually you never miss them.

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This is actually a really good idea. I might try doing this myself considering it's dirt-cheap.
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Personally I haven't put one on a board for some time now. Stomp pads are great at first, but eventually you never miss them.
+1. I haven't used one in years, haven't missed it. Beginners are another story, they can really benefit from not twisting a knee and/or stopping the lift when they fall.
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i use the clear dakine that looks like a maltese cross and has the sharp plastic spikes! it is super sticky!!

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