MSR Titan Titanium Fork and Spoon

MSR Titan Titanium Fork and Spoon
MSR Titan Titanium Fork and Spoon
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Titan Titanium Fork and Spoon by MSR
Utensils don't get much lighter or stronger than MSR's Titanium Titan Fork and Spoon. These durable titanium camping utensils weigh in at . 46 ounces for the fork, and . 5 ounces for the spoon, so they'll fit right in with your lightweight tent and sleeping bag.

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SKU: CAS0392
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