I've been through 5 different styles of stomp pad and this one is by far, the best. It provides solid traction in all snow conditions. Lots of pads might look cool but don't actually work very well. Highly recommended if you are more interested in function rather than form or style.
If you want great slip proof traction this is the pad to get. Insane grip. Doesn't clog up. Can be cut into pieces. I used two for full coverage and can go down green slopes without strapping in...but then again, I've been surfing 30+ years and have ripping skills. Seriously Shoreline Surfboards, Outer Banks NC.
This is a great stomp pad that covers a nice chunk of board real estate.
However, you will need to buy some fast setting epoxy to glue this to your board. The adhesive that comes with this stomp pad is worthless. Most of it stays on the backing when you pull it off, so there is not enough that stays on the stomp pad itself to hold it to your board.
I let the stomp pad and my board warm up to room temp (70F) then I attached the pad to my brand new board and set a wood board over it and stacked 200lbs of weight on top of it and left it over night. In the morning, I removed the weight and was still able to easily pry up the stomp pad with 1 finger. Don't waste your time trying to follow the instructions.
Off to the store to buy some epoxy. My other board has the Burton large scraper mat which attached firmly with no issues.
I still give this 3 stars because once I got it glued, it is a beast of a stomp pad. My boot never slips when getting off the lifts or cruising/skating with 1 foot out.