Burton Bullet Tool

Burton Bullet Tool
Burton Bullet Tool
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Bullet Tool by Burton
The pocket-sized Bullet Tool gives you all the tools you need for on-hill binding repair, and the leverage to do it right.

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SKU: BUR3744
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