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Titanium Nail Peg - Ultralight
Vargo Outdoors
Titanium Nail Peg - Ultralight
$3.70
Description

  Durable ultralight stake for hard ground

  A lighter version of Vargo's popular Titanium Nail Peg, this ultralight version can be driven into hard soil without getting bent or damaged. Reflective cord offers increased visibility and easier removal.

Footprint sold separately.
Description

  Lighter than Vargo's standard Nail Pegs

  Great for hard ground

  Flat head, sturdy design

  Reflective cord attached

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