MSR Alpine Folding Utensils

MSR Alpine Folding Utensils
MSR Alpine Folding Utensils
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Alpine Folding Utensils by MSR
When you get tired of freeze-dried meals, take some time and gourmet it up in the backcountry with the help of the MSR Alpine Folding Utensils. The lightweight, compact spoon, spatula, and strainer won't scratch or ding nonstick pots and pans.

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SKU: CAS0664
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