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Burton Zip Snowboard Tool Black

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Type: Tool
Tools: To be used to adjust screws
Temperature: any
Application: Use when screws are loose
Recommended Use: Snowboards
Manufacturer Warranty: 30 Day

Description: Burton Zip Snowboard Tool Black

It only takes one wipe out to put a damper on your day especially if that fall loosens a binding or some other screw on your board. If you're halfway down the mountain, that doesn't leave you with a lot of options other than carrying your board back down the hill, unless you've picked up the Burton Zip Snowboard Tool. This pocket-friendly compact tool is ready to tackle any hillside emergency. It's light and comes with two Phillips heads, a flat head, a 4MM Allen Key and a 10 MM Wrench ready to help you batten down the hatches and get back on your way. It even has a goggle squeegee to make sure you can keep your vision clear.

Key Features of the Burton Zip Snowboard Tool:
  • Ultra-Lightweight, Pocket-Friendly Design
  • #2 and #3 Phillip s
  • Flat Head
  • 4MM Allen Key
  • 10MM Wrench
  • Goggle Squeegee

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this tool is great, i use tooless bindings these days but still use this to tighten up the base plates after a long day. dont get caught out there without this tool, a must have for any serious rider
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October 24, 2014
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to get free shipping - plus, my son is always losing his snowboard tools
Steven B on Dec 13, 2014
Is there a depart where the piece go like the heads and the little wrench???
Brandon M on Nov 16, 2013
Best Answer: Hi Brandon,

Yes the flathead and wrench fit within the body of the Burton Zip Snowboard Tool.
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