DAKINE Shakasquatch Stomp Pad

DAKINE Shakasquatch Stomp Pad
DAKINE Shakasquatch Stomp Pad
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Shakasquatch Stomp Pad by DAKINE
Apparently, not only is Big foot real, but he is also a stone-cold chiller. For proof, look no further than the EVA-constructed Dakine Shakasquatch Stomp Pad. This loose-hanging stomp pad keeps your boot firmly planted on your board while converting other mountain-goers into believers.

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SKU: DAK010R
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