Salomon Extend 2P 175+20 Ski Bag

Salomon Extend 2P 175+20 Ski Bag
Salomon Extend 2P 175+20 Ski Bag
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Extend 2P 175+20 Ski Bag by Salomon
The Salomon Extend 2P Ski Bag keeps your precious sticks safe as you travel to far-off destinations in search of powder. It easily fits up to two pairs of skis, and extends up to 195 centimeters to accommodate your longest pair.

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SKU: SAL01RV
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