Bishop Bindings 125mm Brake

Bishop Bindings 125mm Brake
Bishop Bindings 125mm Brake
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125mm Brake by Bishop Bindings
You've got an aptitude for sniffing out powder, which is why you insist on skiing your 120mm boards as a daily driver. Fix your Bishop Binding 125mm Brakes onto your BMF bindings and rest easy knowing they won't slide all the way down the hill in case you pop them off during a long transition.

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SKU: BPB0008
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