Spark R&D Top-Mount Crossbar Clips

Spark R&D Top-Mount Crossbar Clips
Spark R&D Top-Mount Crossbar Clips
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Top-Mount Crossbar Clips by Spark R&D
Spark R&D updated the Top-Mount Crossbar Clips for a more solid splitboard connection and longer-lasting durability. They might weigh seven grams more than last season, but the additional brass fittings drastically reduce wear-and-tear compared to standard aluminum clips. Instead of 90 degrees, the levers now flip 180 degrees to ease sliding the board halves together, and they can stay out of the way when you're skinning. These clips are compatible with two-piece splitboards that aren't drilled through at the clip mounting points (you can't see screw heads on the base of your board), and you can easily install them with Spark's M3 hex bit.

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SKU: KRD000U
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