Voile Slider Tracks (2)

Voile Slider Tracks (2)
Voile Slider Tracks (2)
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Slider Tracks (2) by Voile
Pick up the Voile Slider Tracks to replace your worn-out, old pair with this fresh new set. You just attach your snowboard bindings to the Slider Tracks with binding screws and T-nuts, and you're ready to use them ride and tour mode for smooth gliding.

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SKU: VOL006E
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