Burton Split Mat

Burton Split Mat
Burton Split Mat
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Split Mat by Burton
Stomp your boot onto the Burton Split Mat while you glide through the lift line or toward the top of a hair-raising run. Sticky urethane delivers bomber grip, and the split design lets you optimize the mat placement for surefooted cruising.

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SKU: BUR4537
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