GSI Outdoors Ultralight Cutting Board

GSI Outdoors Ultralight Cutting Board
GSI Outdoors Ultralight Cutting Board
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Ultralight Cutting Board by GSI Outdoors
The GSI Ultralight Cutting Board makes the ideal food prep surface from the campground to the backcountry. The lightweight, flexible design makes it easy to pack and lets you funnel your freshly chopped goods right into the cook pot.

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SKU: GSI0144
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