Crab Grab Shark Teeth Traction Pad

Crab Grab Shark Teeth Traction Pad
Crab Grab Shark Teeth Traction Pad
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Shark Teeth Traction Pad by Crab Grab
Flat, foamy stomp pads are good for beginners getting off the lift, but if you don't have time to clip in to get over to the access lift during a powder rush, pick up Crab Grab's Shark Teeth Traction Pad and give a little more bite to your stomp. The pad's groove gills allow you to cut and customize the pad, so you can turn it into a two- or four-piece pad.

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SKU: CBA0008
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