Burton Aluminum Logo Mat

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Burton Aluminum Logo Mat
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Burton's Aluminum Logo Mat offers a custom stomp pad setup. You get two tough-as-nails aluminum logos that securely stick to your board to provide traction for your free foot. These logos are corrosion-resistant, making them perfectly prepped for the snow.


  • Corrosion-resistant aluminum logos

Traction and Grip:

  • Strong adhesion to board for good traction


  • 2 individual pieces can be mounted any way you like
  • Two-Pack
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.

“Hey Ma! Look no hands!” - well that’s at least how you’ll feel using these full aluminum grip mats on your board. The corrosion resistant metal keeps you looking fresh while one-footing it to the next lift.
Attention: Burton Snowboards & Gear can be shipped only within the United States and Canada.

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Burton Aluminum Logo Mat Review:


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.

blackhawk at Backcountry.com on 01/25/2011