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Snow Peak Stake and Hammer Bag

Snow Peak Stake and Hammer Bag

SNOW PEAK

Regular price $39.95 AUD
Regular price Sale price $39.95 AUD
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The Snow Peak Stake and Hammer Bag is ideal for compiling a compact kit for your 4x4 awning, tent or camper trailer. The Snow Peak Solid Stakes are hard to beat (we doubt you'll ever look back), and the slight give of the copper in the Snow Peak hammer drives them in (has to be tried!).

  • Weight: 113g / 4oz
  • Length: 40cm / 15.75"
  • Width: 14cm / 5.5"
  • Material: Nylon
  • Large pockets accommodate the Snow Peak #30 and #40 Solid Stakes
  • The narrow pocket accommodates the Snow Peak Copper Head Hammer

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