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Snow Peak Solid Stake #20

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    The Snow Peak Solid Stake #20 is one burly stake. The shaft is made of forged steel. That means you can pound the Snow Peak Solid Stake into the ground without bouncing off rocks. Actually, the rocks will be crushed. In fact, you could pound these into asphalt if you wanted. They're really that tough. A flat head minimizes slipping while hammering, while a hole in the head makes extraction a snap.
    • Item #SNO0017

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    Material
    steel
    Claimed Weight
    2.6 oz

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    Skewer stakes aren't for sissies.

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    'Coz they ARE sissies. Get these to find that out. Using a Snow Peak skewer - redoubtable, for a skewer - as a control, on a Tent Pad of Stone, I got it in halfway, with a gym rat workout. Then came the #20s. Two of em, right up to the hilt, with less effort in toto, by a lot, than it took for the skewer. Get these if your stake bag looks like Rold Gold made what's inside.

    Skewer stakes aren't for sissies.

    Uber Stake-Small Size

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These stakes are by far the best made and highest quality tent stakes out there. I've used these in ice, hard pan, rocky soils, and even root infested soils. They drive in easy, hold fast, and extraction is a breeze due to the hole in the head. Love em!

    Solid Stake

      As advertise, the stakes are durable and well built. I bought several of these stakes to anchor several tarps, tents, and poles and they held up pretty well. What can I say Japanese quality

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