MSR Adjustable Tent Pole

MSR Adjustable Tent Pole
MSR Adjustable Tent Pole
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Adjustable Tent Pole by MSR
MSR's Adjustable Tent Pole is tough, lightweight, and can be used with any shelter. MSR Adjustable Tent Poles come in three lengths, 1. 2 meter, 1. 5 meter, and 2. 4 meters, and adjust from 47 to 51 inches, 51 to 60 inches and 82 to 102 inches, respectively.

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SKU: CAS0755
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