Voile Splitboard Skins Tail Clips - Pair

Voile Splitboard Skins Tail Clips - Pair
Voile Splitboard Skins Tail Clips - Pair
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Splitboard Skins Tail Clips - Pair by Voile
Get up the skin track with minimal hassle with Voile's Splitboard Skins Tail Clips. These clips provide the solution to your floppy skins, holding them securely on your splitboard tails and allowing for maximum efficiency and glide.

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SKU: VOL006B
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