Burton Large Scraper Stomp Pad

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Burton Large Scraper Stomp Pad -

The Burton Large Scraper Mat Stomp Pad gives you a secure place to plant your foot when skating or getting on and off of the chairlift. The design actually incorporates a scraper which allows you to get snow off the bottom of your boot before stepping into your bindings. The Scraper Mat has a sticky adhesive that attaches it securely to your board.


  • Full foot grip size

Weather and Wind:

  • Scraper design helps you get snow off the bottom of boots


  • Securely adheres to board

You can never have too much grip! The Large Scraper Mat stomp pad from Burton makes it easy to remove snow and ice from the soles of your boots.


For those with abnormally large feet, get the Burton Large Scraper Stomp Pad for full foot grip.
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Dimensions:7.25 x 5 inches
Material:Thermoplastic urethane
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Burton Large Scraper Stomp Pad Review:


Excellent Stomp Pad

As a beginning snowboarder I had a hard time getting off the lift. With this stomp pad I'm successful every time! The ridge in the middle keeps your boot secure and you can board very comfortably without being strapped in.
T-Ball at REI on 03/03/2013