Plum Tech Bindings Guide Rear Adjustment Plate

Plum Tech Bindings Guide Rear Adjustment Plate
Plum Tech Bindings Guide Rear Adjustment Plate
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Guide Rear Adjustment Plate by Plum Tech Bindings
Plum's Guide Rear Adjustment Plate lets you adjust Guide Alpine Touring Bindings on backountry skis to fit most boots. This is particularly perfect for rental companies, but folks sharing skis will certainly find this accessory useful as well.

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SKU: PLM000K
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