Helinox Table One Hard Top - Large

Helinox Table One Hard Top - Large
Helinox Table One Hard Top - Large
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Table One Hard Top - Large by Helinox
Like Helinox's chairs, the Table One Hard Top - Large packs small so you can fit more camping goods in your raft for long trips. The DAC Pressfit poles are all connected, and it attaches to the tabletop tight enough for a game of cards, dinner for two, or scouting the map.

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SKU: HEL0014
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