Bishop Bindings 100mm Brake

Bishop Bindings 100mm Brake
Bishop Bindings 100mm Brake
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100mm Brake by Bishop Bindings
Fix your Bishop Binding 100mm Brakes onto your BMF bindings and have some piece of mind knowing you won't lose your sticks. These brakes are quick and easy to install yourself with the included screws.

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SKU: BPB0006
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