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Chrome trim and traction for your snow machine.

Bling out your deck with some chrome-esque Burton Aluminum Stud Mats.This set of six corrosion-resistant, aircraft aluminum studs not only provide rugged traction and a customizable tread pattern, they also add some chrome trim to you thrash-stick.

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4 5

The studs

Not bad for a stomp pad. The design is nice but don't expect them to be chromed out forever. Mine are kinda tarnished but they're still pretty tight. I've had mine on for a few years and they aren't goin anywhere. Nice thing about the studs is that you can make you're own design. So even if someone has the same studs it doesn't look the same. Very conspicuous as well. Overall good buy.

1 5

One day?!

I got these studs to put on my new K2 Zeppelin board and half of them (3) fell off after just one day out! I applied them correctly, even cleaning the board beforehand and heating it with a blowdryer to allow for better bonding. I placed them on the board and weighed them down with all my college books for 24 hours yet when I went out for the first time it only took about 3 runs before I noticed that they were already starting to fall off. It was a cold day, but still, you'd think that they would last a little longer than that.

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If you read the directions, you are NOT supposed to use a hair dryer to heat the area. It specifically says apply to board at ROOM TEMPERATURE. So......not so sure it's the studs that went wrong here.

4 5

Pretty Good

I had these on my old board that I had for about 3 seasons and they held up well. It's a pack of six little studs and i just stuck them in 2 rows of three next to my back foot. None of them fell off and the grip wasn't the best but worked much better than nothing.

Does anyone know how tall these spikes...

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Does anyone know how tall these spikes are? I don't want something that won't be tall enough to grip my boot.

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Probably about a 1/2 inch.