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The Burton Medium Spike Mat isn't playing around when it comes to hooking up traction. This plastic mat with aluminum studs keeps you goggle-side-up when dismounting the chairlift, and makes quick work of one-footed cruises through the flats.

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  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Glue stayed strong on my Raygun for three years with zero issues. Provides solid traction when getting off the lifts or skating around. Just bought another for my Happy Hour, hoping for another few years of service.

Works and Looks good!

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

These Works as they should, Look good doing it. Easy buy. If you have awesome graphic just get the clear you almost cant see it from few feet away. If not get the smoke still looks amazing have used both in person.

Great Stick

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Burton stomp pad was extremely sticky right when it was put on the board. I have a size 11 boot and the medium was a perfect hold for my boot. The large seemed unnecessary.

Burton Medium Spike Mat (Clear)

    This is my favorite spike mat/stomp pad choice. I have used this for several boards because it is effective, a reasonable size, its "spikes" are not sharp unlike other choices, and the clear model allows the original snowboard graphics to show through.

    Burton Medium Spike Mat

      Absolutely love this! Really strong adhesion from stomp pad to board. Also, great grip from boot to pad. High enough middle piece that powder is not going to be a problem... also no sharp edges or pokes to catch on gear... not too small or too big, just enough to maintain control... overall highly recommend over anything that I have tried so far.

      I'm a female with a size 7 boot size. Will...

      I'm a female with a size 7 boot size. Will this be too big for me?

      I.S,



      It should work great size-wise. If it appear to be big, then you've got more surface area to plant your foot.



      My main focus with stomp pads is the adhesive used rather than size. But I don't ride with a stomp pad.



      Jared D.

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      800.409.4502 ext 4055

      what's the best way to place this stomp...

      what's the best way to place this stomp pad? Parallel with the bindings or with the board! I'm wondering what works best.. Thanks

      Best Answer

      Pretty much it just comes down to personal preference and whatever is going to work best for you. I personally would put it parallel to the bindings, that seems to make the most sense to me as your boot would have more contact with it that way.

      what is the dimensions of this mat? i want...

      what is the dimensions of this mat? i want something to cover the entire base of my boot.

      also, is this thing crystal clear? i want to preserve the design on the board, w/o obstructing view of it.

      thanks.