ALPS Mountaineering Park Table

ALPS Mountaineering Park Table
ALPS Mountaineering Park Table
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Park Table by ALPS Mountaineering
Enjoy a relaxing meal for two or four with the Alps Mountaineering Camp Table. Pull the Camp Table out of your car and set it up easily at your campground. The Camp Table's sturdy aluminum frame prevents wobbling while you eat, and Alps Mountaineering included a carry bag to make this table a no-brainer bring-along.

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SKU: ALM005G
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