Sportube Series 1 - Single Ski Hard Travel Case

Sportube Series 1 - Single Ski Hard Travel Case
Sportube Series 1 - Single Ski Hard Travel Case
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Series 1 - Single Ski Hard Travel Case by Sportube
Next time you take your annual pilgrimage to the place with the best snow on earth, keep your skis protected with the Sportube Series 1 Single Ski Hard Travel Case. Sportube's smallest and lightest case, the Series 1 is perfect for transporting one set of skis and a pair of poles, without having to worry about taking up extra space. The cases adjustable length lets you customize it to your gear, letting you travel as efficiently as possible. The Series 1 is made from a hard plastic shell to protect your gear whether you're taking it with you or shipping it to your hotel. Integrated wheels and an easy pull handle make maneuvering simple. Interior padding at both ends protects your gear from impact and jostling, so you'll arrive at your destination ready to hit the slopes.

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SKU: UBE0001
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