GSI Outdoors Cathole Trowel

GSI Outdoors Cathole Trowel
GSI Outdoors Cathole Trowel
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Cathole Trowel by GSI Outdoors
Despite the dry or frozen soil, the GSI Cathole Trowel ensures that you can deposit your own brand of fertilizer into the Earth's natural garden. Digging a personal latrine is more than a cosmetic camping practice because, when buried, your waste is quickly decomposed and absorbed as nutrients instead of running into the local watershed.

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SKU: GSI0173
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