Affix the Bakoda Brass Knuckles Trac Stomp Pad to your slider of choice and threaten flat spots and traverses with the beating of a lifetime. 3M adhesive locks this pad to your deck more securely than the death grip your ex-girlfriend's dad had on his daughter's 9pm curfew. Basically it's not going budging any time soon.
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I have been looking for a lightweight set...
I have been looking for a lightweight set of brassies, Are these made out of strong enough plastic to put up with the abuse I will put these through.
These aren't actual brass knuckles, instead, they're meant to be applied in between your snowboard bindings to give you grip while you only have one foot clipped in.
If you're looking for some to lay the pain on street thugs, get a real set.
fell off instantly
i cleaned my board, pulled the backing off the stomp pad, placed it on my board and left weight on it over night.
As i stood my board up in the morning it slid down my board!
the glue is pathetic and even tho i was said i should get a refund i dont think i got one. but its only $5so its not that big of a deal.
How do they work?
How do they work?
You put them on your snowboard somewhere in between your bindings so that when your either cruising with one binding or on the tow rope, you can just stick your foot next to your binding. keeps your foot in place
Its a stomp, and what that is, it allows your foot to stay in place when your standing on you board with just one foot, the stomp stops you from slippinnn around on dem slipperry boarrds
Don't waste your dosh!!!
Don't even waste your money on this piece of junk. It looks pretty cool but it has the worst adhesion ever. I followed the instructions exactly, it's been 48hours and the knuckles are still sliding around the board as if I just warmed the glue up recently with a heat gun or something. I think it's probably just better to stick to the standard square/rectangle stomp pads or deck grip tape rather than wasting $12 on this piece of crap :/
Don't waste your money!!!!
Don't even waste your money on this piece of junk. It looks pretty cool but it has the worst adhesion ever. I followed the instructions exactly, it's been 48hours and the knuckles are still sliding around the board as if I just warmed the glue up recently with a heat gun or something.
Brass Knuckles stomp pad.
Didn't hold well at all. I have a NS Heritage with the "carbonium" top sheet and the adhesive did not stick well at all. Fell off the first day.
This is a snowboard stomp pad, NOT real brass knuckles!!!
It's an actual stomp pad, NOT brass knuckles! It's plastic. It won't work as brass knuckles. You'll want to return it because you broke it over some dude's face after an epic battle instead of stomping too hard while shredding in the park. We'll let you, but we might giggle a little.
Totally not worth it
so i took these babies out for a spin the other day in the "dark" side of the neighborhood and we were able to get a hold of one of them jimmies. Let's just say these things broke half way through my first use of them. Definitely don't get them.
Go Chicago Bears!
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what were these people thinking bought one and pasted it on my board perfectly didnt touch it for 3 days fell of first run of the day then bought a dakine 3 piece stomp pad and have been using it to scrap off ice from the bottom of my boots sticks perfectly
I bought one went to peel the paper off the back and the glue came off with it. I put the glue back on (hard by the way) and stuck it to my board. I stacked books on it and let it sit. It fell off on the first run.
Unless you feel like donating to the mountain, don't buy.
Stuck it, put weight on it for 24 hours, and it was still floating around when i poked it. Took it off, recleaned, and bought a new one. This time held a heat gun to the glue, stuck it with, waited 48 hours with books stacked on it and went snowboarding. Fell off at the summit the second i got off the lift. Now it's buried under 3 feet of snow. what a waste.
I bought two of these for my boards, and after properly cleaning them, drying them, and letting them sit with weight for 24 hours, both of the pads came loose by simply pressing your finger against the side! Complete waste of money!