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Dakine Mountain Snowboard Stomp



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Description: Dakine Mountain Snowboard Stomp

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.

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Great Value
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 ? :
March 20, 2011
Awesome Stomp Pad!!
I got this Stomp Pad. Even though it's small, it works perfectly
January 29, 2011
great stomp pads
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
March 21, 2011
Foot won't Slip
Good stomp pad. They're really grippy so your foot will never slip and snow and ice just stays away, it never builds up so you never lose traction
March 17, 2011
Great for ICS too
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.
March 25, 2010
Great value!
Can't believe how cheap these little stomp pads are! Excellent stomp pads in any conditions, mine were great even with snow built up on the board and when icy
May 24, 2010
great pad!
These little stomp pads are great, they aren't very big so if you aren't going for the big rental pad look, for their size they are the best
September 20, 2010
Good Little Stomps
I was looking for a smaller stomp pad and decided to try these. Perfect! Installed as directed, one for my toe and one for the heel. Good traction even with some slushy buildup on my board
April 21, 2010
Flawless Performance
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
December 30, 2010
Good Grip and looks really good on the board. Not to much to say its just a stomp pad.
May 24, 2010

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Why did you choose this? Store
need them for when i get off the lift
Anthony M on Dec 10, 2018
Always been a fan of Dakine products
Eric W on Jan 25, 2016
need them for when i get off the lift
Anthony M on Dec 10, 2018
needed them
Cory M on Nov 30, 2018
Always been a fan of Dakine products
Eric W on Jan 25, 2016
reviews were good so was price
Sarah K on Feb 17, 2014
good reviews, color, like the idea of toe and heel traction especially when getting off the lift
Brian P on Jan 15, 2014
Cause it was a good price
Tyler A on Jan 11, 2014
low cost for setting up some board stomps
michael f on Dec 30, 2013
It was on sale
John W on Dec 28, 2013
Was on sale
Kyle K on Dec 12, 2013
matches board color
anqing y on Dec 9, 2013
Price, color, size.
Ryan K on Nov 27, 2013
Price and color matches my board.
jacob w on Oct 23, 2013
i liked it
victor b on Aug 14, 2013
needed them
Cory M on Nov 30, 2018
reviews were good so was price
Sarah K on Feb 17, 2014
What is the best way to mount these to your board? (diagonally, side-by-side, vertically?)
Dan on Mar 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I put one under the toe palm and one under the heel palm. Set your boot there and you can get them lined up where you want! Seems to work great for turning both directions when getting off the lift, get a little grip on both turns!


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