MSR DeepDish Plate

MSR DeepDish Plate
MSR DeepDish Plate
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DeepDish Plate by MSR
No matter what's on the menu, bust out the MSR Deep Dish Plate and scoop yourself a heaping portion. This high-sided plate accommodates everything from cereal to a steak, and the lightweight, non-leaching polypropylene design nests neatly inside your MSR cookset.

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SKU: CAS006O
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