Sea to Summit Titanium Folding Spork

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Backcountry utensils don't get much lighter, more compact, or more versatile than the Sea To Summit Titanium Folding Spork. Not only does this ultralight feeding tool weigh a paltry half ounce, but it folds in half to fit right into your soloist cookware. The classic spork design functions as a spoon and fork, and Sea To Summit included a handy mini-carabiner to keep you from losing your miniscule utensil.


Being concerned about your pack weight doesn't mean you should resort to eating like a caveman, so pack along the Titanium Folding Spork from Sea to Summit. It's not tipping any scales weighing in at a mere half ounce, and the long-handled design lets you get to the bottom of your food pouches with ease - break it down and fold it in half for compact storage.

- Mountain Gear

Sea to Summit Titanium Folding Spork FEATURES of the Sea to Summit Titanium Folding Spork Lightweight, compact and strong

- Moosejaw

When you are deep in the backcountry, the last thing you want to worry about is a malfunction with your eating utensils. With the Sea to Summit Titanium Folding Spork you can rest easy knowing you have some of the strongest cutlery in the game.


Sea to Summit Titanium Folding SporkThe Titanium Folding Spork is a super lightweight utensil that is made just for camping or traveling. Lightweight, compact and strongSpecsWeight: .6 oz / 17 g

- River Sports Outfitters

Sea to Summit Titanium Folding Spork


The Titanium Folding Spork has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$10.47 - $16.95

The Sea to Summit Titanium Folding Spork is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 14, 2016 at Mountain Gear.

If you're looking for a new utensil, check out the best reviewed current models.

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