Snow Peak Colored Titanium Spork

Snow Peak Colored Titanium Spork
Snow Peak Colored Titanium Spork
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Colored Titanium Spork by Snow Peak
Your backpacking companions may have coveted your ultralight titanium cutlery before, but they will go mad with desire when you pull out the Snow Peak Colored Titanium Spork on your next trip. Fortunately, this versatile utensil's distinctive hue, which is the result of the pigment being safely bonded (not painted) on to the metal, makes stealing it a little hard to pull off without being detected.

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SKU: SNO0119
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