Bishop Bindings 115mm Brake

Bishop Bindings 115mm Brake
Bishop Bindings 115mm Brake
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115mm Brake by Bishop Bindings
Don't let those fancy new skis escape. Fix your Bishop Binding 115mm Brakes onto your planks and have some peace of mind during transitions, knowing that your prized possessions won't get lost in the snow.

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SKU: BPB0007
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