Voile Splitboard Puck (1)

Voile Splitboard Puck (1)
Voile Splitboard Puck (1)
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Splitboard Puck (1) by Voile
Use the Voile Splitboard Puck with your splitboard disc to dial in your ideal stance width and angles on a factory-built splitboard. This puck can be used for regular or goofy mounting.

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SKU: VOL006Q
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