Burton Tuning Vises

Burton Tuning Vises
Burton Tuning Vises
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Tuning Vises by Burton
Burton's Tuning Vises are what you need to do shop-quality tunes at home. These stable vises mount to the edge of a table or workbench and can hold a board horizontally or vertically. The tops are grippy so your board doesn't land on the floor. Plus, an integrated bottle opener keeps you refreshed while working on your steed. And now that you're taking better care of your board, you'll surely beat all of your friends to the bottom of the hill and never have to buy a round at the end of the day. Can't beat that deal.

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