Toko Base Brush

Toko Base Brush
Toko Base Brush
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Base Brush by Toko
The Toko Base Brush Copper is a durable brush for structuring and cleaning dirty bases. Run it from tip to tail after you scrape your wax so that your bases work more efficiently. Structuring your base prevents your skis from getting a suction-cup effect which can drastically slow you down.

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SKU: TOK0018
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