Esbit Folding Titanium Utensils

Aug 30, 2017

Category: Gear

Look in just about any climber or backpacker’s pack and you’ll find gear that has literally been cut in half. Serious outdoorsmen do this because they know that every little bit of extra weight in their bag means it will be harder to carry. But that isn’t the only way to lighten your load. Introducing the Esbit Folding Titanium Utensils.

Not only are these made from a super lightweight, corrosion-resistant titanium, but they feature an easy to fold-down handle. That means you have less weight to contend with, and an easier time packing your gear. Right now you can get either a fork, knife, spoon, or spork for your next trip into the woods.

Purchase: $12

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