K2 Split Bean Skin

K2 Split Bean Skin
K2 Split Bean Skin
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Split Bean Skin by K2
Built with the minimalist and easy to use Z-Clip design, the K2 Split Bean Skins are lightweight, durable, and made specifically for the iconic board that shares the name.

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SKU: K2S00LU
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