Voile Slider Pins

Voile Slider Pins
Voile Slider Pins
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Slider Pins by Voile
Voile Slider Pins secure the slider track of your bindings to the splitboard in tour and ride modes. The lanyard is attached to your binding, so it doesn't get lost. Voile recommends carrying spares while in the backcountry. Options are compatible with regular Voile bindings, and Voile Light Rail Bindinds 2012 models and newer. Crampon options are longer to accommodate crampons.

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SKU: VOL000L
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