DAKINE Triangle Scraper

DAKINE Triangle Scraper
DAKINE Triangle Scraper
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Triangle Scraper by DAKINE
After waxing up your snowboard or skis, get all the excess wax off your base with the Dakine Triangle Scraper. The triangle design means there are six sharpened edges of the same length so you still have plenty to choose from after one side gets dull, plus it gives you more leverage for more efficient scraping. It also has a notch for scraping those hard-to-reach edges areas. A hole punch out at the top lets you hang it up in your garage or attach it to a lanyard.

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SKU: DAK010D
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