Help Kickstart the CL!CK Carabiner, and tune your bindings anytime, anywhere

The CL!CK Carabiner is the first carabiner of its kind in the snowboard realm with a sleek design that clips on to anything and keeps your bindings adjusted anywhere.

The carabiner was designed with the end user in mind making it a breeze to use with your gloves on or off. The lightweight carabiner can either slip into your pocket, clip on to your belt buckle or bag without you knowing it's there until you really need it.

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It boasts all the necessary tools: a 3mm and 4mm hex tool, a #2 philips tool and an additional #3 philips tool that can be adjusted to work at a 90-degree or 180-degree. Lastly, and most importantly, the CL!CK Carabiner has a built in bottle opener so you're never left without a unopened frosty cold one at the end of the day.

So how do you get your hands on this nifty tool? Head over to the Kickstarter page for more details on the product itself and how you can get your new tool in time for the winter season. But act fast, the CL!CK Carabiner Kickstarter funding round ends December 1.

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