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Y-Tent Pegs 50pcs

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Fjällräven Polar 2014 - soon time to apply!

Fjällräven Polar 2014 - soon time to apply!

Ordinary people from all over the world on the adventure of a lifetime The application and voting period is between 14th November ...

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The Fjällräven Way is a guidance tool for our sustainability work, where we have chosen the compass as a symbol to show us the ...

Fifty Y-shaped aluminium tent pegs with a practical drawcord at the top. Stable anchoring in difficult terrain and different seasons.

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  • Description

    Fifty Y-shaped aluminium tent pegs, packed in bags. Designed for maximum strength in combination with low weight and to function in tough terrain during the different seasons of the year. The cord at the top makes it easier to pull them out of the ground.
  • Size, material & environment information

    • SKU: F44302
    • Concept: Trekking
    • Height: 17,5 cm
    • Weight (FJR): 14 g / pcs
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Fjällräven Polar 2014 - soon time to apply!

Fjällräven Polar 2014 - soon time to apply!

Ordinary people from all over the world on the adventure of a lifetime The application and voting period is between 14th November ...

Responsibility

Responsibility

The Fjällräven Way is a guidance tool for our sustainability work, where we have chosen the compass as a symbol to show us the ...

To receive your parcel before Christmas, order within: 2015-12-18T15:00 Extended Christmas Return Period until 15th January 2016 for orders made between 20th November - 31st December 2015