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Customize your board with a our ToeJamR stomp pads made with High Density Laminated EVA Foam. When lined up at the lift these pads help prevent those embarrassing falls by making it easier to maneuver your board when your foot is out of the binding. These High Quality EVA foam pads are the lightest available and will not affect your performance. Closed Cell Foam will not absorb water and stays flexible even when frozen. It is the same material used in performance snowboard boots providing superior traction. The textured surface and deeply engraved 3D designs act like a snow tire tread to add traction.These large pads have pressure sensitive adhesive (peel and stick), providing protection and high traction. So light it will not affect your performance on the slopes. For installation follow these steps: 1. The board must be clean, dry, free from wax and at room temperature 2. Remove backing tape from pad 3. Apply pad in desired location and apply pressure with your hand to the entire pad. It's that easy! Enjoy these amazing stomp pads! Made in Canada (We Know Snow)

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