Hippy Bus Cork Snowboard Stomp Pad
This eco-friendly snowboard stomp pad is made of cork. Hippy Bus artwork by local PNW surf artist Todd Fisher from Westport, WA. Todd was a friend of Matt and Bryan and Matt commissioned him to do some artwork a number of years ago for a couple of his pro models. After the success of that project Todd started doing his art full time. Visit his gallery in Westport the next time you go surfing.
This cork traction pad is an eco-friendly way to keep your foot on your board.
1. Clean board surface and dry completely. Use ONEBALL base cleaner, rubbing alcohol, or another solvent may be needed to get off dirt. Let the solvent dry for 10 minutes.
2. Mark area where pad will be placed with pencil first. Peel off backing of pad. Place stomp pad in front of your back foot binding and center edge to edge.
3. Only stick once, do not move, making sure not to damage adhesive. Use your fingers to press on pad with firm pressure. Use a hair dryer or heat source to help the pad stick if you want.
4. Let stomp pad adhere to board for a minimum of 12 hours before using. Better yet, bring your board inside your house and let the stomp pads rest overnight.