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Burton Medium Spike Mat

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  Key Features of the Burton Medium Spike Snowboard Mat:
Aluminum Spikes

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OscarDaGrouch
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Height: 3'8
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"Invisi-stomp" 1/15/2013
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  • Name: 2012 Burton Medium Spike Mat
  • Pros:  good grip, big enough with out being huge, being clear, you can barley tell its there

Experience:   After seeing friends use this (and having to look twice to see it was there) and hearing their thoughts on it, I decided to pick up this stomp in clear. I was subsequently pretty amazed at how a stomp could be there for me, while basically being invisible. The center ridge lines up pretty much in the arch of your boot/foot, while the metal spikes, are grippy and spikey enough to keep you in place, without sticking out too far and tearing up your boot, or sleeves while carrying your board. This stomp is definately worth it for the piece of mind skating off the chair!
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Weight: 185 lbs
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"Envious Grip & Durability" 3/14/2012
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  • Name: 2012 Burton Medium Spike Mat
  • Pros:  Spikes of Doom!, Center Ridge Directs Boot Placement, Low Profile
  • Cons:  Slick Hard Plastic, <--- Which is also a Pro,

Experience:   This Burton Stomp Pad is the perfect size for virtually any snowboard boot as it features a high ridge in the middle of the pad. This ridge helps proper boot positioning because the ridge fits perfectly between the bottom sole of the boot and the heel. The spikes are near perfect! They stick up high enough to grab on to the grip of your snowboard boot (whether there is snow on the pad or not), but not so high as to weak. Another reviewer commented that this stomp pad is very slippery and not really for beginners. I disagree, this pad is a little slippery, IF you cannot make contact with any of the spikes or center ridge. And honestly, if you miss ANY stomp pad, then it really isn’t going to do you much good, is it? I recommend this pad for ALL riders of ALL levels, as it is the best pad I have ever seen or used. I have friends that envy mine, but it seems whenever they go to the local shops, they are all out of them. That should tell you that EVERYONE wants this stomp pad, and for good reason… because it RULES and looks pretty cool too.
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Height: 6'7
Weight: 245 lbs
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"Decent Stomp Pad" 12/3/2011
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  • Name: 2012 Burton Medium Spike Mat
  • Pros:  Clear, doesn't stand out, sticks up high for better grip,
  • Cons:  not the best traction,

Experience:   My brother has this stomp pad on his board and we often switch back and forth every time down the hill (he likes the BTX), I find this stomp pad a little more slippery than my Dakine is, but it still works decent, just make sure to get all the snow off of it when you're on the lift or else your foot will slide off.
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Weight: 150 lbs
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"best looking stomp pad available" 1/8/2012
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  • Name: 2012 Burton Medium Spike Mat
  • Pros:  shape, size,
  • Cons:  spikes are a bit small,

Experience:   I love the size and shape of this pad.. in my opinion it easily looks the best compared to the others available Probably not going to be as effective as the big dakine spike pad, but I'm sure it does the trick while looking a lot cooler..
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Height: 6'4
Weight: 195 lbs
getting comfortable
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Reviews: 8

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"Doesn't stand out" 1/8/2012
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  • Name: 2012 Burton Medium Spike Mat
  • Pros:  Clear and doesnt stand out, good grip,
  • Cons:  none,

Experience:   I bought this pad for this season. The only problem I have is I should have gotten 2. One for each side of the channel on my Custom flying V. Where I have it on the board I can't get my foot as close to the binding as I would like but it is something you have to deal with if you have the channel and est bindings. It is small enough where you could put one on each side of the channel on your board and it still wouldn't be noticable. Once I installed it I was surprised how it just blended in with my board. I would knock the snow off of it while I was on the lift, I didn't everytime and it still worked good for me.
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Height: 6'2
Weight: 185 lbs
picking up speed
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Reviews: 5

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"Ok Pad" 12/13/2011
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  • Name: 2012 Burton Medium Spike Mat
  • Pros:  Small, Flat,
  • Cons:  Slippery,

Experience:   Pad is overall decent. Its small and does not stand out like a sore thumb on the board. Gives good traction when it is not covered with snow. Very slippery when there is snow on the pad. I would not recommend this pad to beginners.
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Height: 5'9
Weight: 200 lbs
getting comfortable
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"Best Stomp Pad Ever" 11/21/2011
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  • Name: 2012 Burton Medium Spike Mat
  • Pros:  Sticks & stays on board, 4 metal studs, Clear
  • Cons:  none,

Experience:   I use this stomp pad on my burton custom. It's awesome because its clear, so it doesn't cover up any of the awesome graphics on the board. Your boot will stick on the stomp pad, no worry about slipping. This pad has been on my board for a season and has not even moved. It's very solid!
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Height: 5'11
Weight: 175 lbs
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"Burton Stomp Pad" 11/15/2011
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  • Name: 2012 Burton Medium Spike Mat
  • Pros:  Very Sticky, Fits Most Boots and Boards, boot will hold on it
  • Cons:  weird shape,

Experience:   This stomp pad is great. Your boot will not come off your board with with this badboy on it. Your pad will not come off it is very sticky. It is clear so you can still see that part of your board. Right size for a medium board. Probably will be OK for a wide one also.
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Height: 5'7
Weight: 145 lbs
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"Burton Medium Spike Mat 2012" 10/21/2011
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  • Name: 2012 Burton Medium Spike Mat
  • Pros:  Great Stick, Boot will not move, Clear in color
  • Cons:  N/A,

Experience:   This stomp pad is great. Your boot will not come off your board with this one. The tape on it is great. It is clear in color so you can still see the top of your board. Right size for a medium board. Think it will be OK for a wide one too.

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