Made for Prevent the foot from sliding on the snowboard during ski lift climbs. These non-slip, adhesive pads can be stuck quickly and will not move thanks to the 3M glue. Your foot hangs well without slipping on the board thanks to the 12 points of rubber type.
TractionStructures with 12 points: maximum grip of the shoe on the pad.
GripNon-slip material so that the boot does not slip on the pad.
Grip3M Scotch tape for a very good bond between the pad and the board.
Advice on gluing the pad to the board
It is important that you take 4 minutes to stick the pad down properly. 1. Before gluing, clean the board well with a damp sponge and soap or dish soap to degrease it. 2. Rinse thoroughly to remove any soap. 3. Dry with a cloth. 4. Stick the pads where you want them, near the rear binding.
Choice of the position of the pads
Place the 4 pads where you will put your foot when you take the chairlift. Before gluing, do not hesitate to simulate a chairlift ride to find the area where your rear foot is to be positioned.Caution! Do not glue the pads within 4 cm of the screw inserts, otherwise you will not be able to benefit from the maximum setting of the bindings.
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HALCYON (United Kingdom) , 40-49 years old, Woman
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
I have used these on my snowboard, my son also has some. We found them easy to affix and they seem to be quite rugged.