Voile Splitboard Touring Riser

Voile Splitboard Touring Riser
Voile Splitboard Touring Riser
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Splitboard Touring Riser by Voile
The Voile Splitboard Touring Riser raises your bindings 10mm from your boards. This rise increases the rotational angle of your binding to enhance your edging ability while side-hilling and to prevent the toe of your boot from hitting the top of your board while you're touring.

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SKU: VOL000F
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