DAKINE Spike Stomp Pad - 2008
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February 4, 2012
I was debating whether I should put this stomp pad or the studs type for my new board. I didn't want to spend 10 dollars on the studs and take the chance of it falling off so I got this stomp pad. I got the charcoal for my black board and initially it looked big but when I put it on, it looked really good. Also, I just peeled and stick and put the high spikes parallel to the edge for better edge control and it worked great. I couldn't have chosen a better stomp pad.
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December 4, 2010
This is the only effective stomp pad in all weather conditions. Sure footed grip no matter how slick your top sheet is. I have one board with this stomp pad on it and I have ridden with it down pretty steep grades and tight switchbacks while unbuckled -- it offers great control. I cannot do the same on my other boards that do not have any stomp pads. Hugely recommended for those who don't care how potentially uncool this looks on their board.