Voile Splitboard Dual Climbing Heels WIth Heel Lock

Voile Splitboard Dual Climbing Heels WIth Heel Lock
Voile Splitboard Dual Climbing Heels WIth Heel Lock
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Splitboard Dual Climbing Heels WIth Heel Lock by Voile
Your Voile Splitboard Dual Climbing Heels and Heel Lock help you conquer steep slopes on the uptrack, and hold you in place while you're sidestepping, traversing, or just trying to see what that whole skiing thing is all about. The heel lock eliminates those accidental tele turns when you're going up and over rolling hills, and the heel risers are quick and easy to flip up and down to increase your efficiency on the ascent.

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SKU: VOL002M
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