MSR Alpine Collapsible Utensils

MSR Alpine Collapsible Utensils
MSR Alpine Collapsible Utensils
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Alpine Collapsible Utensils by MSR
MSR created its Alpine Collapsible Utensils to fold up and fit neatly inside your mug or eating dish when you're hiking. Durable plastic material keeps these utensils lightweight, and the plastic is non-leaching so you won't have to stress about harmful chemicals creeping into your food in the backcountry.

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SKU: CAS0831
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