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DAKINE Torque Driver

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6 Reviews


Stay torqued.

Keep the Dakine Torque Driver handy to prevent major on-hill bummers caused by loose hardware. Including a #2 and #3 phillips head, 3/32in hex, 1/4in flathead, and an 8mm and 10mm wrench, you'll be able to adjust just about any snowboard binding on the market.

  • 6-piece ratchet driver
  • #2 and #3 phillips
  • #3 posidrive
  • 3/32" hex
  • 1/4" flat head
  • 8mm and 10mm wrench
  • Item #DAK00L8

Tech Specs

polycarbonate, metal
6-piece ratchet driver, #2 phillips, #3 phillips, 3/32" hex, 1/4" flat head, 8mm and 10mm wrench
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Manufacturer Warranty

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does the trick

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Im not a boarder but my kid is and from what he tells me is that its wise to keep your hardware tight so this seemed like the perfect gift. small enough to fit in his pocket and the neon green is great for when he drops it in the snow.

Perfect Stocking Stuffer

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is the perfect tool for any snowboarder. It comes with 6 bits and can help you make adjustments on the fly. It's small, lightweight, and you can carry it in your jacket pocket or in a backpack without even noticing it there.

handy little thing

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I keep this in my jacket pocket all winter. I ride about 5 different boards on resort but only have 2 pairs of bindings, so I have to change binders often. This thing makes it easy to change and adjust my bindings when needed and comes in handy if one comes loose in the middle of my day. I also use it in the backcountry in case something comes loose on my split.