Snow Peak Silicone Spoon

Snow Peak Silicone Spoon
Snow Peak Silicone Spoon
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Silicone Spoon by Snow Peak
If you've ever sat around the camp stove trying to stir those vittles with some stick you whittled, you know how handy the Snow Peak Silicone Spoon can be. With a heat-resistant silicone tip and sturdy steel core, this versatile spoon is a must-have in your camp cook kit.

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SKU: SNO000I
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