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The Dakine Mountain Snowboard Stomp is a fairly new innovative item to stop things from getting too slippery. Install it within 5 steps and within 24 hours, I promise it will be perfect addition to your board. They come in a few different colors and are a great price.
These little suckers work perfect for ICS boards. They come in a 2 pack so you can put one on either side of the channel. Got about 5 days in on them and there is no sign of coming off. They hold your foot just as well and look great to boot.
I went snowboarding with this on some groomers and the snow built up pretty quickly. However, regardless of how much snow was on my board, I was able to easily locate and utilize the stomp pad. If you apply some rubbing alcohol to the board where you plan on placing this stomp pad, it not only cleans your board, but it also helps to make sure the stomp pad is locked down for a VERY long time. It looks great and performs very well
I needed a stomp pad which wouldn't get in the way of the channel system on my board. I was considering buying a regular stomp pad and cutting it in half, but then I stumpled across these on this website. They have stuck on well and I have treated them pretty badly and they still are staying on. They do slip the odd time but generally I don't have a problem with them. Also the choice of colours means you can find something to match your board. It's best to look good on the slopes at least
Just put them on the board. I was nervous about assembly and followed the directions very closely. They were really easy to apply and seem to be stuck on there extremely well, should be fantastic next winter. The mountains are really sharp and give superior grip. Also the grey and white colors looked really good on the board
Well I needed a stomp pad that wouldn't get in the way of the channel system on my Burton Custom V-rocker 156 and it was lime green so it matched my board. Just used it for 3 days in mammoth, worked like a charm. 3 feet of fresh pow on Monday, with some snow buildup on your board while getting off the lift you can still see where they are located because they are pretty tall. Those little mountain looking spikes really grip your boot and you can easily switch directions/carve to your strap in location. Work like a charm, not to mention they are 3 bucks
When I got these I was happy to find out it came with 2 so it's an advantage if you have 2 boards, or you could put them both on one for better response. They're super gripy and don't come off. They are really worth the 5$
My boy's have tried many stomp pads. We ran across these and they wanted to give them a try. They love them. They said they wished there were 3 in a pack though. Make sure you follow the Dakine instructions. They were to anxious to get going so the first set did not stick to long. We followed instructions on the next set and they seem to be like they are bolted on now. We will be getting another set to replace the one we ruined the adhesive on and probably an extra set so they can have 3 each. I think they want 3 each because the green and black look so cool on their boards.
I use to ride my board without stom pads. My rear foot will slide in the board every time I released the rear boot from the bindings. That made it difficult to get off from lifts, and do flats. With the pads I feel more stable and I control the table better even with a boot off the binding
Awesome value for the buck! Didn't care for the lettering rubbing off, I'm more about the function than look. Especially with something like a pad.. Do you care what the bottom of your socks look like ? :
I bought these pads in green to go with a sierra reverse crew and they look great on the black top sheet. Good sized and provide good traction. They are bigger than I thought they would be judging from the picture but still good. Also nice that they come in a few colors. Great price snowboard as well!
I bought 5 sets of these. They are bigger than they look in the pics. They are about the size of the bottom of a water bottle. I mounted so I could rider regular or switch. I should have just put 2 sets on each board. One kind of allows you to teater.
I stuck these on my new Sierra RC, and they work great, the mountains are raised and provide a good grip for my boots. The only thing is that I wish I had a blow dryer, because on the second day of riding, one of the pads came unglued. I ended up cleaning the bottom and the board when I got home and super glued it, let's see if it holds this time. *fingers crossed
When looking at the picture on the site, I thought the stomp pads would be small so I bought 2 packs. in reality, they are actually larger than they look so 2 would get the job done. If you follow the instructions, they will stick well to your board well and look great. I got the black and green one and they go well with a Burton Blunt. My mate got the white ones which look cool with the stunt. Best stomp pads on the site at the moment
I got these for xmas, my Burton air logo stompy was kinda weak. These did the job so much better, I love them. White Grey doesn't stand out which I like and they aren't too big so they don't cover my board's graphic! Recommended to anyone, they are very cheap so pick em up with all the CHRISTmas cash
I have never used stomp pads before and got by ok. I bought these because they were relatively cheap and felt that I could always do with a bit more grip when I'm not strapped in. Unless the stomp pad is completely covered with snow, it will still be nice and grippy due to it's shape. It's effective, yet not a space hog like some other stomp pads are. The available colours lends itself well to a variety of board graphics so that it blends in as if it wasn't there. I would recommend this stomp pad for minimalists who don't want to clutter up their board as it's small, effective and not very pricey
I purchased the stomp pad at a shop near my place for 7 bucks AND put them on before I realized they were sold here. My mistake, but I must say, for the price that I paid for them, this was definitely a good buy. Put them on your board like the instructions tell you to, and it works like a charm. I've had no problems with them at all, and recommend it to everyone
This thing pretty much rocks, it's not too big so you can place it anywhere around the board, including those fancy new Burton boards with the ICS system. Very functional and a great value for the price. A must buy
Worked well, did the job. I don't normally use one but I thought they were pretty so I got them. I was only using one as I misplaced the other and still worked fine. Will probably get another set to go on my new board
This is a good stomp pad for those who dont want a big pad that gets in the way of the board graphic. I used only one of the pad, which is enough for boot grip. I got it for $5, best bang for the buck as far as stomp pad goes. Make sure follow the advice on how to stick the pad onto the board. I placed a text book over it for 24 hours to get a good stick
Got these for my Sierra V-Rocker, works great. Although sometimes my foot still slips off because the pads are a bit high, but the rubber parts work great with the boots, it creates a lot of friction with the bottom of the boots. Great price, great looks, remember that I had this chick comment on them :D
The stomp pad feels good, and it feels like it will do the job. I put it on the board and it looks weird with two circles side to side, but come on its a cheap stomp pad that will do the work better than others. It sticks to the boot very well, and I wouldn't buy another one because of the way it looks, but I don't regret getting this stomp pad
I've used some really cheap foam stomp pads that are pretty much useless after a few days of riding. These are made from some sort of hard plastic material that really grips your boots and are pretty much bomb proof. Never have an issue with slipping and honestly could probably do a run with just the front foot strapped in with these things. Work great and the green/white ones matched my sierra crew 158 perfectly. I know it's just a stomp pad but for a few bucks why not get ones that look good and work great.
I just got these and haven't actually rode on them yet. They don't seem like I'm going to have trouble with them falling off though. I like the size although I would have liked them to be a bit smaller.
These two little stomp pads are awesome if you don't want some big star or a whole bunch of spikes. They're small, and have good grip so you don't have to worry as much about your foot slipping off. They go on easy and stick. Great stomp pads, I recommend these for sure
I put these on my 154 lime green skate banana. Looks awesome and stays on for dear life. The studded part really helps get the snow off my boot. They might be a little small but if u follow the directions, they will never come off your board!
This is a great stomp pad. Perfect size it's small and rises just enough so that you can grip it even if a good amount of snow accumulates on your board. The adhesive sticks very well and is durable. Installing it was no problem as well. Matches my Flow flite 2 white bindings as a bonus.
Having two smaller pads means you can position them to cater for your boot size. Definitely recommend buying one - no problems so far with them falling off just ensure you follow the directions properly when applying.
Haven't had a chance to ride with these on my board yet, since it's the off season, but I thought I would give some sizing info. They're about 1.5 to 2 inches in diameter and about 1.5 cm high. Lots of sharp edges, so I can't imagine your boot slipping on these at all. Look kinda plastic/rubbery, but not too bad. I kinda prefer the metal look myself, but these obviously aren't going for that. All in all, as long as they stick, look like they will be sweet grips. I should only need one per board too
I've taken these out for a few days and they work really well - far easier to ride off lifts than with the bare board. They're getting a bit ripped up though but they're so cheap I'll be able to replace them after a few weeks of riding.
This stomp pad got the job done and stuck to my board very well. It has a nice grip and nice design. The only thing is the white letters fall but that doesn't really matter. I would buy this stomp pad!
This stomp pad has very sharp edges, so you can't really miss it. It is stylish, and is available in bright colors. As a member, I only payed around 6 bucks for it (great price). It is nice that it comes with two 22 inch stomp-pads. I placed them apart so my toes and my heel would hit. Which gives me good control
Might not be the best looking stomp pads, but they do their job. Can be really helpful for beginners. Got some for my little brothers as they have trouble getting off the lifts but these should help most riders with control when skating
So I just got these in the mail, and I placed them on my board. They are very nice in adhering, and nothing less than what you would expect from dakine. The colors are very nice, I got the black and green version. The only weird thing about this stomp pad, is that it is like two small pads compared to one big one (which is the norm). I guess Dakine wanted to try something new. Nevertheless, it is worth the money, because it does create alot of traction on your boot, with placement on the toe and the heel of your stance. I would say though, it is a good size depth on the stomp pad, but we will have to see how much wear and tear it can take when next year rolls around. Overall, a very great buy for the progressive rider who wants something different than the normal stomp pad
Put these on my board purely for a safety measure for when getting off the lift. They give you great traction and stick very well to your board. No complaints really, they just sit a little higher than I realized but wasn't an issue once I was boarding
I would much prefer this pad in a clear option, because they are a little smaller you may need to place the two on your board, depending on your preferences, this in my opinion can look a little tacky especially if you don't get the alignment right, this along with the height can add a little ugliness. As for grip there ok, I followed guide and haven't had a prob with stick
So far these stomp pads have done there job. Even though they are small, if you put it so ones for the top and ones for the heel, you get great grip with your boot, and it even gives good grip with snow build up. Lastly, the colors are really nice looking
A great low profile stomp pad with good grip (not the best, but adequate). Best for non powder/snow days, as it gets covered by snow very easily due to the low profile. Hard to remove snow compared to some other stomp pads
I got these for myself and my gf and we both find they perform very well. The edges of the top design actually do a great job to grab the outsole of your boot. I put two on my gf's board but one is enough. Easy install as well. I worry about how long the adhesive will last. We'll see.
This stomp pad is great, they're not too big or too small. It was snowing and they helped me so much getting off of the lift, and i was so glad to have them. They have a cool design, and the traction that they provide is wonderful. Buy them
I have never used stomp pads before, but I decided to pick this up with my new reverse crew since they're so cheap and the RC has a very slippery top sheet. I'm glad I did -- they are the perfect size to cradle themselves in the arch of your boot soles perfectly and add a lot of stability when skating. Also, they look pretty sweet, and the green color is the exact same green as the contact SL bindings, which is awesome. The only thing that's kind of annoying, the white paint on the Dakine logo and mountain thing wear off pretty easily, but that's not a big deal. I'm really happy with them. Just like pictured, you get TWO of these things for the price! I only put one on my board which is plenty, and have a backup now in case it ever gets too beaten up or falls of. Nice bonus
I bought these along with the venom as these had a variety of colors. I was nervous that these would be crap, considering their size but surprisngly they work well! One for the toe and other for the heel! I only gave them 4/5 stars because in terms of appearance, I prefer the look of one massive stomp pad than 2 mini stomp pads
Overall a good pair of stomp pads, could do with smaller ones but they have a good grip. They stick to the board quite well as well. My friend had about 8 of the smaller stomp pads and by the end of one day he only had 2 left on the board
I like how it is small enough to work but doesn't cover up much of the board's graphic. The top grips nicely to the boots but the adhesive seems iffy on the bottom so I'll see how long and well that lasts.
I purchased this stomp pad for my second board and so far I think it is decent. I have not had any big problems with it yet, but I do have a couple little annoyances towards it. The first is that the pad sticks out a little too much for my liking, it feels weird on the bottom of your foot. I also am very disappointed with the colors and I think the design is so so. Nevertheless this pad does it's job and retains grip even with ice and snow over it. Overall good stomp pad
This is one of the best looking stomp pad I have had in a while. When I first open it, the rubber quality was pretty good and seems to be durable. There are only a limited amount of color so it may or may not matche your board color. I had a decent grip on this getting off the lift, not amazing, but not terrible. Overall good buy
If you want a stomp pad that will stick and does the job then this stomp pad is for you. You have enough grip to hold your boot in place even with snow build up. My other stomp pad was useless with snow build up and didn't provide much grip and even fell off sometime later in the day.
Got this to replace my old sponge stomp pad on my old board. Excellent grip and a 1000 times better than what I had on there originally. It's a good size, not too big, but still effective. Excellent Value
These are pretty nice. They look awesome and work just as great, I have not fallen of the lift with these yet! They are not hard to put on just follow the instructions and they don't fall off. The spikes are also perfect. If you need a stomp pad pick up one of these. I am about to get another pair for a new board
It's a stomp pad... as long as my foot isn't sliding off the board getting off the lift or skating in lines- I'm happy. It doesn't stand out too much and you can easily place both pads where ever you want.
I bought this stomp pad, and while it has done a decent job, and sticks fairly well, it is too small for my feet. I wear a size 12 boot and it regularly slips off the pads, even though I put both on side by side. The price is good, but the next time I buy a stomp pad, I think that I will go with a much larger one
First, they sent me the wrong color... but who cares they were cheap! :) Good thing I bought 2 pairs. Followed the directions, clean board with alcohol pad, and heat surface and adhesive before attaching... Make sure you pull the sticker off before you heat the adhesive. When I pulled mine off I pulled the glue with it, which made for a good paperweight. Anyhow, it does the job and the spikes from the mountain peaks on the logo, locks onto my shoes. But the mountain peaks also seem to be chipping, so I may need another next season
I bought these online hoping their color would go well with my board, but was not expecting the green to be so bright. After getting them, I never even put them on my board because they looked too childish
Just got them in the mail and they look awesome and they are indeed bigger then expected. I have a 159 Sierra RC so the black and green look awesome! Only issue is that the ones I got are like dark gray and green??? I would send them back but its not worth the hassle I'm going to color them black, not a huge deal especially since they are so cheap but be wary. :
These pads are great, when they were on my board. I followed all of the steps on the packaging, with the blow dryer and everything. I let them set on my board for 24 hours+ and, after two days in a row of use, one popped off then the other. They were AWESOME when I did get to use them
Would have preferred something a little more flat on my board. It's a little hard to turn with these stomp pads as they're pretty small. You get two in the package and each is about 2 inches wide. They do however keep you from slipping off your board.
Wacked this onto my board the other day. Am yet to try it on the mountain. I was looking at the Burton ICS stomp, but this one is much cheaper, and seems to do the same thing. Will find out in a month if it stays on in the cold
I got these stomp pads because I live in Australia and you can get a lot of ice on your boots. They stuck well and look pretty good but after about a day there were bits breaking off. Can't really complain though as they do the job and they are cheap enough.
2 out of 3 of these fell off already (after about half a season). I clean the surface very well before application and put a lot of heavy books to let it cure for about a day. Dakine usually makes good stomp pads, but for some reason these fell off. Decent stomp pads while they stayed on
Adheres to the board just fine if you follow the instructions. However after one day of use the pads are pretty much unrecognizable. The color comes off, logo, even some of the spikes. Won't last an entire season.