Snow Peak Folding Spatula

Snow Peak Folding Spatula
Snow Peak Folding Spatula
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Folding Spatula by Snow Peak
There's no need to eat freeze-dried garbage when you're camping, since you can cook up a good, wholesome meal with the Snow Peak Folding Spatula.

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SKU: SNO003K
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