Crab Grab Grab Rails Traction Pad

Crab Grab Grab Rails Traction Pad
Crab Grab Grab Rails Traction Pad
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Grab Rails Traction Pad by Crab Grab
The Grab Rails Traction Pad hearkens back to the early days of snowboarding when the caliber of your riding was based on how hard you tweaked your grab. A lot's changed since then but the slippery top sheet of your new board hasn't, so slap these on your deck, catch some air, and pull until you're full.

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SKU: CBA001D
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