MSR Alpine Tool Fork

MSR Alpine Tool Fork
MSR Alpine Tool Fork
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Alpine Tool Fork by MSR
You might not necessarily care what you're eating at the end of long day on the trail, but MSR's Alpine Tool Fork will at least ensure that you won't be eating it with your fingers. The stainless-steel material is durable enough to hold up on any of your adventures into the backcountry, and the handle doubles as a jet and cable tool so you can maintain your MSR stove when you're out.

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SKU: CAS009E
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