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Titanium UL Sand/Snow Anchors

$12.50

Our Titanium Sand/Snow Anchors grab and hold like a pitbull in sand, snow, scree, and soft soil.  They are manufactured from high quality Titanium Grade-5 which has the highest strength to weight ratio of any metal on earth.  So not only are they super lightweight, they are also crazy strong..  The snow stakes measure 3.00″ wide x 5.00″ long, weigh 14.9 grams each.  Made by Dutchware and of course, Made in the USA.

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weight: 14.9 g

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Our Titanium Sand/Snow Anchors grab and hold like a pitbull in sand, snow, scree, and soft soil.  They are manufactured from high quality Titanium Grade-5 which has the highest strength to weight ratio of any metal on earth.  So not only are they super lightweight, they are also crazy strong..  The snow stakes measure 3.00″ wide x 5.00″ long, weigh 14.9 grams each.  Made by Dutchware and of course, Made in the USA.

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Weight 14.9 g
SKU DUT014

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  1. Question

    Matthew Long

    I have never used sand/snow anchors…how do you attach a line to them?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Admin Carolyn Palmer

      What you would do is put your line through the top and bottom hole so it comes out of the snow in a V and then take that and attach it to your tarp.

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  2. Mrpanorama

    5 out of 5 Light and effective

    Mrpanorama (verified owner)

    Snow camped in Mammoth Mountain. 4 Flukes secured tent well, and didn’t move at all once buried. Used 2 mm PMI accessory cord to connect harness that pulls fluke deeper in snow as guy line tension increased.

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  3. Question

    Ryan Jaynes

    How would this perform as a potty trowel?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear

      You could use it as one however you will not have the handle to help you dig.

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  4. enginebad

    5 out of 5 Impressive hold on loose sand

    enginebad (verified owner)

    I brought four of these to Baja this spring and bought four more on my return. They held better than using sticks as deadman anchors at the same depth. I have loops tied into the ends of my guy lines, and I was able to thread the loop through one of the larger holes, back through one on the other side, then over the entire anchor to hitch them. Very loose, dry sand required a depth of around one foot. I used each anchor to dig the hole it would go in. They also worked really well for digging catholes.

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