Voile Touring Bracket (2)

Voile Touring Bracket (2)
Voile Touring Bracket (2)
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Touring Bracket (2) by Voile
Covering your bases, the Voile Touring Brackets serves as a replacement for snowboard bindings with the Voile Slider Track. It's comprised of a stainless steel bracket that attaches to the Slider Pin during uphill touring use. You'll find it includes a touring bracket, plastic pin guide, plus all screws to mount this touring bracket to your split set-up.

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SKU: VOL006H
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