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Dakine Snowboard Stomp

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Material: poly
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Dakine Snowboard Stomp

An awesome design for the Dakine Snowboard Stomp that's extremely easy to install. It takes about 4 steps and 24 hours and will stay on the board longer than any other stomp pad in the market. The design is somewhat angular and grates, it looks great.


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  • "Decent"

    Pros: Large, Cons: snow fills in holes,

    Ive used alot of these foam stomp pads and never really had any problems. Even the tiny foam stomp pad that came with my bindings worked OK. This stomp pad almost goes from edge to edge of the snowboard, And I did like the plain look of it as it did not take away from the graphics of the board. The holes did fill up with snow but my foot never slipped off. I wish I bought two of these instead of shelling out 13 bucks for a new stomp pad. Rub some wax on your topsheet around the stompad and it will help its performance.

  • "Great stomp pad"

    , Westmead, NSW
    Pros: OK grip, Cons: can get icy and slippery,

    This is an OK stomp pad, but can get slippery when ice freezes on it. I would possibly spend a little more if you want a good stomp pad

  • "Great pad"

    Pros: doesnt fall off, Cons: none,

    This works great and is one of the few that doesn't fall off you board in extreme cold

  • "I tend to differ ..."

    , Quirindi, NSW
    Pros: stick well, don't come off, durable Cons: snow does build up ,

    I read the other reviews and I tend not to agree with the bashing this stomp pad has received. I have one on one of my boards and it works effectively, with a little bit of maintenance ie. knocking the snow and ice off at each lift line. I can see how you could get frustrated with this. Compare to other button type stomp pads these ones stay on really well. They are durable ... might not look the greatest, but hey looks ain't everything and you put your foot on top it. I think these are effective enough ... will be adding some more to cart for the demo boards I have. My comments are based on Australian conditions ... we may not be as icy and cold as other areas - but trust me we have our fair share lately.

  • "Cheap"

    , Warranwood, Vic
    Pros: sticks to board well, nice and cheap, Cons: bit big, not as good to grip,

    I bought this stomp pad for my boyfriend and after trying several others and them all coming off, this stomp pad was perfect and actually stayed on the board! The only downfall is that its really big, so if you have an awsome graphic on your board it can cover it!

  • "Decent"

    Pros: Wide, Cons: Limited grip,

    This is a decent pad, it covers a good area but doesn't really have spikes or a blatant grip for the boot.

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Kevin K on Feb 26, 2014
It's a nice little stomp pad for begineers
Matt C on Jan 14, 2014
price and need for stomp pad
Thomas M on Feb 8, 2014
cheap and probably all you really need
not sure on Jan 2, 2014