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    • Titanium, One Size

    147 Reviews


    Spork yeah!

    What do you get when you combine a spoon and a fork? You get the ultimate eating utensil, the Spork. Make this utensil out of titanium and you have Snow Peak's ultra-light Spork, weighing in at only 1/2 ounce. The meticulously engineered tip of the Spork makes it an all-purpose eating utensil. Because it is made of titanium you will experience no metallic smell or taste. Also, it does not rust like other metals. There is no other way to go for serious lightweight hiking.
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    Don Don't Eat Cheese!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love this titanium spork. Tough. Lightweight. However, when you eat freeze dried spaghetti or lasagna, the cheese sticks to the titanium like white on rice. Hard to clean off. My only complaint. haha!

    Goodbye, Plastic Spork

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Backpacking and camping essential. Super lightweight yet incredibly durable. Perfect size. You'll never go back to a plastic spork after using this.

    Packing List: Tent, Sleeping Bag, Spork

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Not to jinx myself, but I have had my spork for years -- it's a neccesary part of my camping kit. Skip the plastic - get a utensil that you'll have forever!

    My 1st Spork

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    If your goal is to go ultralight, stop now and add this to your cart and look no further. It will feed you well and shave those grams off your pack. The forks are easy on the mouth and are just the right size to eat noodles, particularly udon noodles...;)

    King of Sporks

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    If you're going to buy a spork, you might as well buy the best there is. The Snow Peak Titanium spork is my go-to utensil for any backpacking or camping trip. Not only is this thing great for lightweight travels, it also is a functional utensil for daily eating. Buy one to keep in your camp kitchen kit, or even your lunch box.

    Lightweight and Works for Everything

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have a ton of these sporks. They work great for any food you can throw at them. Some days I eat cereal with them and some days I eat Mountain House spaghetti. The milk sits great on the spoon portion for cereal and the the fork portion picks up noodles like no other. This spork is a must have for casual or fine dining!

    9 years and going strong!

      Yup. It's a spork. But it has survived nearly a decade of use, abuse, love and neglect. Dropped, lost, stepped-on, driven-over ... all good. Has scooped rehydrated 'food' into me after many hard miles AND tipped gooey baby mush into my kiddo's mouth on their first car camp trip. Buy one. Wait! Buy 2.

      Purple goodness

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I have the purple colored one. It efficiently transfers food from my plate/bag/bowl to my mouth. It's very light and totally bomber. It won't bend, totally rigid. I expect I will use this utensil for the rest of my life.

      Only utensil I bring!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This is a must have in any camping trip. Very light weight and durable. Snow Peak's titanium is well crafted and has a solid feel to it.

      P.S. I use it at home too...

      It's a spork...

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      That will come along backpacking or in my lunch box for work. The titanium gives this a solid feel and now I can eat soup or salad using the same utensil. Yay!