Rossignol Diva Splitboard Skins

Rossignol Diva Splitboard Skins
Rossignol Diva Splitboard Skins
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Diva Splitboard Skins by Rossignol
The Rossignol Diva Splitboard Skins pair perfectly with two things--backcountry powder days and your Diva Splitboard. Made with a blend of materials, these skins balance the smooth glide of mohair with the durability and traction of nylon, getting you to the top in no time.

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SKU: ROS00GO
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