Scarpa NTN Freedom Ski Brake

Scarpa NTN Freedom Ski Brake
Scarpa NTN Freedom Ski Brake
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NTN Freedom Ski Brake by Scarpa
Get the size you need, so you can ride with speed. The Scarpa NTN Freedom Ski Brake accommodates mid-fat to fat widths so you don't have to bend your skinny brakes and lose your skis anyway.

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SKU: SCR0248
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