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Bakoda Single Trac Stomp

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$4.95
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Material: poly
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Bakoda Single Trac Stomp

The Bakoda Single Trac Stomp is one of the best single Trac stomp out there, when mountain biking season ends, swap single track trails for the Bakoda Single Trac Stomp pad and hit the snow. You can put it in front of your rear binding to give your back foot a solid place to stand. Need a secure single Trac stomp, well the Bakoda Single Trac Stomp is the one you need whether for getting on the ski lift or for hitting the snow, this is the Trac stomp you need.

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  • "Ok.."

    , CLARKSVILLE, MD
    Pros: Big, Cheap in Price, Cons: No Traction, Slips right off,

    The price is right for this stomp pad. Its not expensive at all and you get what you paid for. Theres no traction on this stomp pad and you can easily slip off. I now use the burton sigh stomp pad.

  • "Slippery"

    , MD
    Pros: Wide area, Easy to put on, Clean Cons: No friction,

    These were my very first stomp pads I bought and they were decent. Slipped a lot since the whole pad is flat with barely anything sticking out.


Bakoda Single Trac Stomp
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A shopper asked: What is a stomp pad for?? Jan 4, 2014
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William E: It gives your boot something grip on when you are "skating". That means you've got one foot strapped and the other one is unstrapped so you can skate to load and unload a lift. When you've got enough speed you can put your unstrapped boot on the stomp pad with out slipping Jan 5, 2014
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dillon s: when you get off the ski lift you leave your back foot unstrapped so you can push your self forward. The stomp pad allows you to put your foot on your snowboard while your coasting, and prevents your foot from slipping off your board. Jan 4, 2014
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Austin V: A stomp pad is used when your back foot is out of your binding, most often for getting off of the lifts. It provides you with a bit of traction allowing you to better control your board. Jan 4, 2014
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daniel p j: You use it for a boot grip when you don't have it locked into your bindings when you get off the lift. Jan 8, 2014
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Autumn U: To put your foot on when your back leg is not locked in bindings so your foot don't slip off board Jan 5, 2014
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Carin D: Gives traction when one foot is out of bindings. Jan 4, 2014
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Ryan B: KnockS the snow of you boot Jan 5, 2014
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