MSR Alpine Spice Shaker

MSR Alpine Spice Shaker
MSR Alpine Spice Shaker
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Alpine Spice Shaker by MSR
If you leave the MSR Spice Shaker at home at least you can sprinkle some crushed pine needles on your pasta for added flavor, but if pine needles were all you needed you probably wouldn't be considering a spice shaker to begin with.

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SKU: CAS0658
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