MSR Alpine Tool Spoon

MSR Alpine Tool Spoon
MSR Alpine Tool Spoon
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Alpine Tool Spoon by MSR
Whether you're car camping or eating at a basecamp thousands of vertical feet from the trailhead, MSR's Alpine Tool Spoon will efficiently transport oatmeal, chili, or any other delicious substance from your bowl to your mouth. It's crafted out of durable stainless steel, so it'll hold up on any adventure, and the handle doubles as a jet and cable tool for tinkering with your MSR stove.

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SKU: CAS0052
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