MSR Hook Stakes Kit

MSR Hook Stakes Kit
MSR Hook Stakes Kit
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Hook Stakes Kit by MSR
Replace your dirty, bent, and practically useless old tent stakes with MSR's Hook Stakes Kit. Made of 7075-series aluminum, these six stakes should stay straight and clean for many seasons to come.

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SKU: CAS007R
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