Sea to Summit Titanium Folding Spork

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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.

- Backcountry.com

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.

- CampSaver.com

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

Discontinued

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.

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