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Adjust and ride with the DAKINE Shop Driver.

Make lightning fast adjustments at home or at the resort with the DAKINE Shop Driver. This 13-piece ratchet driver has all the tools you need to tune up your board and get back on the mountain. Whether you're tuning in the shop or doing last-minute adjustments in the parking lot, the Shop Driver features 12 different bits and a two-inch extender for hard to reach screws. DAKINE also added a 39-inch tape measure in the handle to help you dial in your stance width quickly.

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5 5

Fantastic!

I use this bad boy for everything! Great for adjusting my bindings and fits nicely in my camelbak. It comes handy around the house as well!

5 5

I love this tool!

This is my favorite tool in my house. It has everything I need and I can just throw it in my ski bag so I always have a screw driver and wtv. else the other stuff does. ha ha

5 5

THE BEST..

i didnt see any reviews so i thought i would put one up since i like to go by these things. Anyways this screwdriver should replace all the non powered ones at home depot. Really.. this thing is a little heavier than i thought but it REALLY works well and can be used around the house for absolutely anything you can think of in the off season. Built like a tank and will get any screw out. Extender is great to reach those pain in the Arsh binding screws when on the mountain after a tour if something gets loose.

5 5

Wicked Awesome!

A must have tool for the back back! Has a bunch of bits and the tape measure is cool for measuring the stance on your bindings in case of a mid mountain adjustment. Pick one up!