22 Designs Climbing Bail

22 Designs Climbing Bail
22 Designs Climbing Bail
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Climbing Bail by 22 Designs
When you hit those steep sections of skin track that make your knees feel like they're bending the wrong way, flip up your 22 Designs Climbing Bails and make them do all the work.

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