Voile Splitboard Dual Height Climbing Heels

Voile Splitboard Dual Height Climbing Heels
Voile Splitboard Dual Height Climbing Heels
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Splitboard Dual Height Climbing Heels by Voile
Add the Dual Height Climbing Heels to your Voile Splitboard and tear up steep grades with more ease and comfort than ever before. These heels are equipped with two height wires for you to chose from: 55mm and 75mm. Voile also wrapped the top of the wires with plastic to reduce premature wear from your binding plates.

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SKU: VOL0107
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