MSR Blizzard Tent Stakes

MSR Blizzard Tent Stakes
MSR Blizzard Tent Stakes
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Blizzard Tent Stakes by MSR
From mid-winter ski camping missions to sweltering desert adventures, keep your tent secure with the MSR Blizzard Tent Stakes. They have a broad profile that holds well in snow or sand, and are constructed from tough yet lightweight 7075 aluminum.

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SKU: CAS007P
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