Snow Peak Ponta Air Pole Set

Snow Peak Ponta Air Pole Set
Snow Peak Ponta Air Pole Set
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Ponta Air Pole Set by Snow Peak
Set up your Snow Peak shelter with the Ponta Air Pole Set, which weighs under a pound and collapses for easy transport.

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SKU: SNO001K
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