MSR Tent Pole Repair Splint

MSR Tent Pole Repair Splint
MSR Tent Pole Repair Splint
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Tent Pole Repair Splint by MSR
You snapped a tent pole and the weather is about to get nasty, so bust out the MSR Pole Repair Splint for a quick, temporary repair. This splint is simple to use so you won't have to bust out a manual when you're buried deep in the woods.

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SKU: CAS007V
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