Snow Peak Silicone Spatula

Snow Peak Silicone Spatula
Snow Peak Silicone Spatula
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Silicone Spatula by Snow Peak
Versatility is the name of the game in camp cookware, as you don't want to lug every possible utensil out to camp and back. The Snow Peak Silicone Spatula does a lot, whether you're stirring, scraping, or serving big ol' hunks of that dutch oven peach cobbler. At just 3. 2oz, this lightweight 12in spatula combines a sturdy steel core, nylon, handle, and extreme-heat-resistant silicone tip to bring you the best of all camp cook worlds.

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