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If you're looking for the best snowboard stomp around, look no further than the Dakine Venom Snowboard Stomp. This snowboard stomp will provide the ultimate traction for your next amazing snowboard sesh this up and coming weekend. So if you are looking for a quality snowboard stomp to step up your game, check out the Dakine Venom Snowboard Stomp.
Best stomp pad ever, might not look cool but serves its function perfectly. Got mine a few years back, so i've used it quite sometime, its big so hard to miss it and even if you only get part of your boot on it your not gonna slip off i
This stomp pad is sick! Nice colour and size! It raises up about 15mm and it's sharp so even if it's covered in snow, you will have no problem with grip as the edges will pierce through the snow once you put your foot down
This stomp pad definitley does its job. The only thing that is wierd is that it sticks up higher than I though it would and makes my foot seem high when its on it. I have never put a stomp pad on before and I read the instructions word for word and never did it say to remove the plastic from the stomp pad.. This may sound stupid but how was I supposed to know what the stuff on the bottom was supposed to be like. I thought it was some weird thing that when I heated it, it would go sticky. But it didn't. Then I realized is was plastic and pulled it off and then sticky stuff went all wrinkley. All good now. So remember, once you take it out of the packet, remove the plastic from the bottom of it lol
The best stomp pad I have bought. Not sure if a scraper was intentionally designed into the stomp pad, but it works well to clear snow/ice from the bottom of your boot. Only downside is the lack of a decent color to match my board. Definitely a good purchase
This is a great stomp pad that I have had on one of my boards since 06. It was the best stomp pad I had ever used until I put a Bakoda A-trac on my Sierrascope. This stomp pad has superior grip and is a decent size that it is hard to miss when getting off the lift. Unlike other stomp pad this adhesive really holds up as it had been on my board for 4 years and it would take major effort if I were to even try to remove it. If you need a stomp pad this is one of the best.
I wear a size 13 boot and I love how this pad feels under my boot...it is very grippy. It does stick out on the board but looks pretty cool on my 157w Sierra Crew...the only bad thing is that it does stick out pretty high and is really noticeable...the best stomp pad ever was the clear flow circle stomp pad but guess they sold out a long time ago
If you are starting to learn snowboarding, I recommend these. These stomp pads do everything a stomp pad is designed to do and does it very well. But once you put it on the board, it's a bit of an eye sore
This is a very effective stomp pad. It's got 4 spines that will lock into the grip of your boot. Just be warned though, it is pretty big and it sticks up a lot. If you are looking for a low profile stomp pad look elsewhere
First stomp pad I have ever bought, but I love it. You will never lose grip on this thing, and you cant misjudge/miss the stomp pad because it's soo dam big. I think that is the only thing wrong about it, but I don't mind. It goes with my board great
The stomp pad sticks well to both the board and my boot, but the profile is a little high, so it feels like the boot is not one the board. This makes getting used to controlling the board a little a bit of an experience (if you like to ride from one lift to the next nearby without strapping in)
Stomp Pads usually aren't worth reviewing. But after I have had many fall off when I was getting off the lift I was impressed how well this one stays put. Feels secure under foot. It is a stiffer stomp pad so if you are a person concerned with the boards true flex it may not be for you unless you are using it on a stiffer board (not a first choice for park noodles).
This stomp pad definitely sticks up pretty high, but in a good way for the most part... It's great for kicking off the excess snow on the bottom of your boot prior to stepping into your binding, and it gives a solid place for your foot to go when you're getting off the lift, but it definitely sticks out maybe slightly excessively. Still for this price, it's a great buy
This is a pretty big stomp pad but it does the job. The material is a thick plastic so it helps to stand on it but also the adhesive that comes with it is super strong. As long as you clean your board before puttin it on it will stick for ever.
This pad measures approx 4 in. diameter and has four main points of contact with your boot. The top/bottom spurs are 1 wide and protrude a good 3/4 or so, while the sides are about 1/2 wide and similar protrusion. Hope this helps someone with concerns about sizing
This is a good stomp pad. Your foot will never slip off of it because the stomp pad is so big. Very easy to locate even with snow over your board. The only bad thing is that it is TOO big and it stands out so much. I would highly recommend this to beginner riders who have a hard time riding off the lift.
Good adhesive, never had any Dakine stomp pad come off (but you have to follow the installation instructions). This has a good deep surface that will grip your boot well, but not like other plastic stomps that have sharp points to bite your hand
I've purchased 3 of these (1 for myself and the other 2 are for friend). I really like this stomp pad because it is very grippy and if you follow the direction carefully to install it on the the snowboard, this thing will stick there forever. The only thing that I didn't like is that it is a little big and kind of noticeable, but besides that it is a good stomp pad
Brought this item for my last board cause I thought it would look good on my board, I was wrong. It worked really well, it stayed on the whole season and held your foot like nothing else I have used in the past but it just looked ugly (personal perferrence I suppose)
I liked this stomp pad. It was big enough to to actually stomp on. Pretty adhesive. Hasn't fallen off yet. Prevents your foot from sliding about pretty well. Only gripe is the available color. Baby blue isn't exactly the coolest looking color.
Was given one of these a few years back. Works better than most stomp pads and the raised sections give your boots something to grab onto. Too big for my liking and the white/blue will stick out like a sore thumb on most boards.
The pad will do the job well but it is very large (3 and 3/4 inches in diameter) its points of maximal height are 3/4 of an inch high but I guess if you get a lot of snow on your board this makes the height a good thing. The color is like a teal or aqua blue which probably looks great on the Stunt but not so good on a black board.