Race Face Tailgate Pad

Race Face Tailgate Pad
Race Face Tailgate Pad
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Tailgate Pad by Race Face
Throw caution to the wind once you're at the trailhead, but not on the drive over. Stow your bikes safely in the bed of your truck to and from the trails with the Race Face Tailgate Pad. The durable PVC it's made out of is pretty tough to destroy, so you can feel comfortable leaving your babies in its care for the drive. Plus, it features plush padding and hook-and-loop closures to keep your bikes from moving around or hitting each other when you take a corner a little hotter than intended. A micro-brushed lining protects your tailgate from bumps and scratches, and a flap keeps your gate lever accessible in case you need to open it up.

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