iSSi Cleat

iSSi Cleat
iSSi Cleat
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Cleat by iSSi
Make all of your two-bolt shoes ready to ride ISSi with this replacement Cleat kit. It comes standard with bolts and washers, so all you need is a 4mm hex wrench and you're good to go.

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SKU: ISS0004
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