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Burton Medium Spike Mat Stomp Pad 2014

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Material: poly
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Medium Spike Mat Stomp Pad

If you're having trouble maintaining balance on your board, one of the best options for you is to try using a stomp pad until you become more familiar with your snowboard. There are a lot of options when it comes to snowboard stomp pads but the name you want to go with is Burton. The Burton Medium Spike Mat Stomp Pad is one of the most popular pads you'll see many beginning and hobbyists boarders using. The reliable Medium Spike pad attaches to your boot laces to gives you extra grip.

Medium Spike Mat


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Wanted something clear that wasn't going to clash with my board graphics and also not too small or too big.
Brandon R on May 7, 2014
clear see through feature and metal spikes, that's what I was looking for
Tony S on Mar 2, 2014
med sized stomp pad, not too big or too small
joseph b on Mar 3, 2014
good deal
Verna R on Feb 10, 2014
Does the transparent clear yellow over time? Anyone have experience with it?
Daniel K on Feb 2, 2014
Best Answer: I've had one of these for over 10 years now and it still remains clear and works like a champ!
Reply · Report · Thomas D on Feb 3, 2014
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What are the dimensions of this thing? Could it be easily cut in half with a hack saw/whatever in order to accommodate a burton channel board?
A shopper on Feb 18, 2014
Best Answer: just went ahead and ordered it so I'll answer my own question ;)

6 inches long
3 inches wide
middle ridge is about 1/2 inch high
spikes I'd guess are about 1/4 high

this is a very bendable sturdy plastic and it provides superb traction on my antler (which is slippery as all get out without a pad)
Reply · Report · John Smiiiifff on Feb 21, 2014
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Can this stomp pad be used with a channel board? Thanks!
Brandon P on Dec 29, 2013
Best Answer: i have it on my channel board, just be sure not to put it over the channel
Reply · Report · ALEXANDER M on Dec 30, 2013
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