Snow Peak Ti-Backpacker Fork & Spoon

Specs

Weight 1.2 oz
Dimensions 6 in x 1 in
Material Titanium
Includes Titanium Fork and Spoon

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Snow Peak's Ti-Backpacker Fork & Spoon page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Snow Peak Titanium Fork and Spoon Set is a great pair of lightweight backpacking utensils. Comes with a titanium fork, titanium spoon and a sleek carrying case to keep your backpacking cookware organized and compact. These Snow Peak utensils are uniquely shaped for enhanced strength. Lightweight at only 1.4 ounces. No Snow Peak cookware set is complete without quality Snow Peak utensils - this Snow Peak spoon and fork set will last a lifetime!. Includes: Titanium Fork, Titanium Spoon, Carrying Case. Weight: 1.4 oz. Material: Titanium. Dimensions (in): 6.5 L x 1.6 W. Made in Japan. Snow Peak Warranty

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

On Sale. Snow Peak Titanium Fork And Spoon Set The SPECS Weight: 1.0 oz Length: 8 1/2in. Titanium

- Moosejaw

The Titanium Fork and Spoon Backpack Set from Snow Peak is a convenient, minimalist titanium fork and spoon set that only weighs 1.2 ounces. This set comes tethered together with a titanium loop ensuring the set remains together, the loop has a simple release device for quick access.

- Mountain Gear

The fork and spoon set is the lightest of the titanium cutlery with it's ergonomic design you will be just a little more comfortable at your lunch break.

- Ramsey Outdoor

Snow Peak Ti-Backpacker Fork & Spoon

MSRP:
$10.95

The Snow Peak Ti-Backpacker Fork & Spoon is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 28, 2016 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

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