Snow Peak Folding Ladle

Snow Peak Folding Ladle
Snow Peak Folding Ladle
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Folding Ladle by Snow Peak
Add the Snow Peak Folding Ladle to your camping kitchen for when you need to wow your fellow camp mates with your organic split pea soup.

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SKU: SNO003L
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