Spark R&D T1 Riser Kit

Spark R&D T1 Riser Kit
Spark R&D T1 Riser Kit
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T1 Riser Kit by Spark R&D
The Spark R&D T1 Riser Kit is built to keep you moving quickly and comfortably up the skin track. By lifting your binding slightly off the board it increases stride length while reducing toe strike to keep you focused.

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SKU: KRD001Z
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