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I would like to know about Western Mountaineering Ion Parka

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SKU-9854t1hinw17zz-2117-of-sweden-snowboards 2117 of Sweden Hintertux Wide Snowboard from Altrec  sku

2117 of Sweden Hintertux Wide Snowboard - 9854t1hinw17zz-2117-of-sweden-snowboards by 2117 of Sweden

Item description: This Hiking Snowboards product is by 2117 of Sweden - The 2117 of Sweden Hintertux is an an all mountain ripper built for the comer up. A combination of a Poplar wood core and a Bi-axial glassed top sheet creates a forgiving yet high performance ride. The UHMW base will have you sliding sideways like no ones business. Poplar wood core - The perfect combination of strength to weight ratio. Bi- Axial Fiberglass - Two layers of stitched fiberglass at 0+ť-¶ and 90+ť-¶, creates a forgiving and high performance flex profile. UHMW Extruded base material - Ultra High Molecular Weight extruded base material. This base is a proven performer with a low level of maintenance, for a consistent glide.... Learn More

Manufacturer: 2117 of Sweden

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