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The Burton Aluminum Logo Mat gives you extra traction without the rental shop gaper-pad look. Two aluminum, corrosion-resistant Process logos keep your boot from slipping on chairlift ramps or one-footed traverses.

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Does the job.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Small and doesn't take up too much space on ur snowboard. I got these because I didn't want to cover up the graphics of my snowboard. I got a 2015 Capita DOA, not trying to hide the smoking hot girl holding an axe.. with a huge stomp pad lol. These get the job done, provides just enough grip for my boots, and seem pretty reliable. I've probably went snowboarding about 15-20 times with these on.

small and don't stick

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

The picture makes these appear larger than they actually are. Each one is about the size of a fifty cent piece, and there are two. I stuck them to my board (although I should have waited longer for the adhesive to stick) and on my first run of the day they both fell off. I am going to purchase a larger stomp pad, however if you are okay with how small they are and can get them to stick, they would probably be fine.

does the job well and LASTS

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have bought these for all of my friends when they get new boards, bought them for myself for my new boards--even have them on a board (since I purchased it 10+yrs ago) and they're still going strong. like that they took a minimalist approach with these, most stomp pads are over-the-top and take up more area than necessary. Good bang for your buck.

great looks, but they didn't stick

    I bought these and they looked and worked great. The only problem is that they both fell off my board on the second day of riding. I cleaned my board well before sticking them on and pressed them down hard several times. Maybe mine had defective adhesive, but I don't want to spend another $12 to find out.