Snow Peak Field Pizza Cutter

Snow Peak Field Pizza Cutter
Snow Peak Field Pizza Cutter
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Field Pizza Cutter by Snow Peak
If you're going to make a pizza in the backcountry, you better go the whole nine yards and make sure it's properly sliced with the Field Pizza Cutter from Snow Peak. The rubber grip gives you a firm handle to drive with, and the included sheath helps you store it safely at the end of the meal.

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