Snow Peak Trek Titanium Bowl

Snow Peak Trek Titanium Bowl
Snow Peak Trek Titanium Bowl
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Trek Titanium Bowl by Snow Peak
Pretending to be civilized by eating out of something other than a dried gourd when you're backpacking for two weeks in the Sierras isn't difficult when you're carrying a Snow Peak Trek Titanium Bowl. It doesn't cost that much extra weight, either. This uber-sturdy bowl keeps your pack light and gives you both cooking and eating options. It's crazy but true: you can boil water in this bowl and eat out of it.

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SKU: SNO000B
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