Voile Anti-Ice Tape - Pins

Voile Anti-Ice Tape - Pins
Voile Anti-Ice Tape - Pins
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Anti-Ice Tape - Pins by Voile
Stick Voile's Anti-Ice Tape to the toe piece of your telemark ski binding to keep snow and ice off. It's essentially a thin slice of ski base material with a heavy-duty adhesive on the back that stays secure for seasons. The tape is also easy to remove with a hair dryer for warmth.

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SKU: VOL004H
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