Burton Foam Mat

Burton Foam Mat
Burton Foam Mat
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Foam Mat by Burton
Stay upright in the lift line with the help of the Burton LTD Foam Mat. Unlike most stomp pads, it's made with foam so your boot tread sinks into it, giving you grip no matter how much snow is on your board.

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SKU: BUR02Z9
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