Swix North Pocket Edge Sharpener

Swix North Pocket Edge Sharpener
Swix North Pocket Edge Sharpener
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North Pocket Edge Sharpener by Swix
You'll notice any new burr, ding, or scratch on your ski edge the moment it happens and every turn thereafter. That's why you keep the Swix North Pocket Edge Sharpener with you for quick tunes on the chairlift. This handy little device includes a 40mm file with guides for your ski's base and sides.

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SKU: SWI00B4
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