Snow Peak Aluminum Caldero

Snow Peak Aluminum Caldero
Snow Peak Aluminum Caldero
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Aluminum Caldero by Snow Peak
Keep all your rice grains warm in Snow Peak's Aluminum Caldero so your cold group of campers can feel a little warmer at dinnertime. This is Snow Peak's largest caldero for family-sized picnics, and its aluminum construction is so good you won't mind using it at home, either.

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