DAKINE Modular Mat Stomp Pad - 2009
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January 18, 2012
I've used the pad three days so far, on on a dangerously icy day and had zero problems. Its a great pad, grips very well and gives you way more control than any other pad I've had.
October 28, 2010
i tried this stomp pad on my firends banana and what a difference ther was. the boot actually stayed on the pad. so i had to go and buy one. great traction. the 3 peices produce maximum tracion buy placing them where theres sapose to be traction: the toe, middle and heel instead of just the middle. Just dont forget its there when you grab you board there without a glove, it hurt.
January 4, 2012
I bought the clear one to put on my kids evo. Very aggressive pad(as in it WILL bite you). Tip for any pad I install: Clean area with warm soapy water. Dry. Wipe with rubbing alcohol. Heat area with hair dryer and heat the pad(you want them both almost too hot to touch but don't melt anything). Lightly lay it where you think you want it. Step back, look, adjust if necessary. Once you are happy, stand on it to really seat it. Then stack some books or one book and a paint can or something to keep heavy pressure until it cools. Personally, I leave it on over night. Never had one lift.
January 7, 2011
I've got this stomp pad in the clear colour - and it's REVOLUTIONIZED flat-spots on the slopes. The spikes are sharp and keep my boot in place NO PROBLEM.
Also - the clear pad doesn't obscure any of the images on my board, and since I'm a girl and I care about how things look, I'm into that.