Grivel Flex Bars

Grivel Flex Bars
Grivel Flex Bars
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Flex Bars by Grivel
Thanks to the Grivel Flex Bars, now you can walk more comfortably when traveling with Grivel crampons. Working like car suspension, the long bar adds spring and flex as take each step.

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SKU: GRV0095
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