Snow Peak Titanium Short Spork

Specs

Weight .5 oz
Dimensions 4.6 in x 1.6 in
Material Titanium

Where to Buy

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Snow Peak's Titanium Short Spork page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Snow Peak Titanium Spork is the handy combination of spoon and fork, and this short version packs away extra small. This convenient, small and lightweight spork offers a touch of home to your outdoor experience. Titanium won't rust and is really light and strong. Snow Peak cookware is high quality and backpacker tested and approved; you'll love this quality camp utensil. Weight: 0.5 oz. Dimensions: 116 mm x 40 mm, or 1.57 in x 4.56 in. Material: Titanium

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

You probably thought you couldn't get any lighter than a titanium spork, right? Turns out that Snow Peak was able to take the wonderful little spork and make it smaller and lighter. Same great spork with a smaller stem.

- CampSaver.com

The Snow Peak Titanium Spork just found a way to fit in more places. Made out of pure titanium this spork has all the same features of the original titanium spork but now is even more compact.

- Mountain Gear

Grab the Snow Peak Titanium Short Spork if you're the type of person who trims map edges and snips pack straps to save weight. This compact titanium spork features a shortened handle for an even lighter utensil that functions well as either a spoon or fork. At only half an ounce, it'll probably be the lightest thing in your sub-20-pound pack.

- Backcountry.com

Snow Peak Titanium Short Spork

MSRP:
$8.95

The Snow Peak Titanium Short Spork is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 28, 2016 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

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