Titanium Kung FoonWith great skill comes great reward item# 51000 MSRP $18.95
Chopsticks slide into foon handle to create a long handled utensil perfect for scooping, scraping or stirring rehydrated pouch meals or narrow pots Barbed foon tines bite tenaciously into food Deep foon bowl maintains full spoon functionality for soups or cereals Includes custom stamped, steel gift tin to carry and store Kung Foon.Share |
10.70" x 1.90" x 0.90"
Titanium alloy and Rosewood
Ultralight Backpacking Gourmet Backpacking
Foon, Chopsticks, Steel Tin
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