G3 Tension Strap

G3 Tension Strap
G3 Tension Strap
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Tension Strap by G3
Not just for holding skis together, G3's Tension Strap is as helpful to skiers as duct tape is for every day. It can fix broken poles on the skin track, strap boots tighter, and become a fashion statement for unbroken poles.

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SKU: GGG004K
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