DAKINE Indy Traction Pad

DAKINE Indy Traction Pad
DAKINE Indy Traction Pad
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Indy Traction Pad by DAKINE
Whether you're working on boosting airs above the lip or you're just trying to ride a wave all the way into shore without getting thrashed, you're going to want the help of the Dakine Indy Traction Pad. With gooey Positraction foam, an elevated center arch, tail kick, and traction-enhancing cutouts, the Indy helps you keep your back foot locked in so you have greater control over your board.

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SKU: DAK01J5
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