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Which Front Pad

PostPosted: Tue Nov 21, 2017 3:11 pm
by megaloopy
Hey guys last year got me a SS Celeritas 5'8" and the front pad came unglued so I removed it and been playing with different waxes but honestly it's really annoying me how little it lasts and not really digging it, seems like it only lasts about 20-35 minutes before I slip out, although I like the feel of not having a pad (feels a little of a discconect with the pad) I'm considering putting a front pad again and wanted to feedback on which pad(s) do u guys recommend or any advice is greatly apreciated?

Tnx in advance.

Re: Which Front Pad

PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2017 1:23 pm
by Lonny
I absolutely love the DaKine Front Pad. It has circular cutouts which are girppy, and still give you good connection to the board, but also provides cushion for impact. It is not too thick either, which I agree can make you feel disconnected. I also put some wax on top of the pad which gives it an even better feel. They are also pretty long in length and easy to trim to whatever size you deem appropriate for your board. They also use 3M adhesive and some other cheaper pads I have used tend to peel up with lesser quality glue. I attached a pic of my latest board with them installed, and a link to a shop I have used before that sells them. Keep ripping!

DaKine Front Pad

Re: Which Front Pad

PostPosted: Sun Dec 24, 2017 1:57 am
by megaloopy
Hey Lonny tnx a bunch man, unfortunately, my bruh kept raving about him WMFG and I happen to catch a black Friday deal @ real for like $40. But will def look for these for next time, I saw ur board on another post and actually looked for that pad but couldn't find it on the Dakine site only thing I saw was the longboard surf traction but it was mucho $.

Yo... but tnx anyways

Re: Which Front Pad

PostPosted: Tue Sep 28, 2021 11:37 pm
by jSDFWER231
Amazing board bro, how much does it cost?

Re: Which Front Pad

PostPosted: Fri Dec 10, 2021 9:43 pm
by davidson02
I'm looking for a cheaper option of front pad replacement. A pre-owned item will do. Any recommendation?

Best regards.