Karakoram Air Strap Set

Karakoram Air Strap Set
Karakoram Air Strap Set
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Air Strap Set by Karakoram
Lighten and simplify any Karakoram splitboard binding with the Karakoram Air Strap. The toe cap design cups the tip of your snowboard boot to securely hold you in place while shaving 70 to 80 grams off your splitboard bindings for a lightweight climb.

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SKU: KRM000S
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