Crab Grab Skate Rails Traction Pad

Crab Grab Skate Rails Traction Pad
Crab Grab Skate Rails Traction Pad
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Skate Rails Traction Pad by Crab Grab
Whether you're practicing how to get off the lift, one-footed aerials, or tweaked-out grabs with both feet clipped in, the Crab Grab Skate Rails Traction Pad is is a better way to stay connected to your board. Based on the classic skate rails of the '80s, the peel and stick foam enables a solid grip for your boot and a plump destination for your hand when you're flying through the air.

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SKU: CBA0002
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