Toko Universal Edge Grinder

Toko Universal Edge Grinder
Toko Universal Edge Grinder
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Universal Edge Grinder by Toko
The Toko Universal Edge Grinder is a special grinding stone made for working on alpine ski and snowboard edges. Use it to detune the tip and tail of your ride so you don't catch an edge on hardpack snow. Toko made the Universal Edge Grinder from aluminum oxide for long life.

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SKU: TOK0039
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