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Tube SteakTM tent pegs/stakes

- excellent holding power to weight ratio
- good for areas with hard ground

- Tube SteakTM 15 size: 15cm (6in) x 8mm
   weight: 8.9g/ea (0.31oz/ea)

- Tube SteakTM 18 size: 18.2cm (7.25in) x 8.5mm
   weight: 12.2g/ea (0.43oz/ea)

- Tube SteakTM 20 size: 20cm (8in) x 8.5mm
   weight: 13.6g/ea (0.48oz/ea)

- Tube SteakTM 23 size: 23cm (9in) x 8.5mm
   weight: 15.3g/ea (0.54oz/ea)

- weight includes reflective pull cord

- insert another Tube SteakTM tent peg through cord to help pull Tube SteakTM tent peg out of ground (see picture)

- made with high strength aircraft aluminum alloy

- all sizes had no problem pounding through wood 2inx4in (5cmx10cm) (see picture)

- No-Lose-EmTM color

*** Note: Tube SteakTM tent pegs are sold four (4) pieces per package ***



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Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
John K.
Tube Steak for the win!

These are very light and strong. Came in just the right length so I could add a little holding power on the corners that needed it.

Gareth L.
Awesome pegs!

You can actually hammer these stakes into the ground with a rock without them breaking. Top quality.

Braden K.
Great Stakes

Easy to pound into hard ground, no sharp edges if you step on them, good hold, light weight and pretty easy to pull out and clean. The glow wire rope is nice too. Used these with a Big Agnes Flying Diampnd 8.

Andy C.
Excellent strong steaks

tried these steaks after being disappointed with other just bending. the Big sky tent steaks are lightweight and strong. I wished i found these years ago.

Bill K.
better then groundhogs

Worked great on a 11 day trip doing the SHR. Extra length provided more hold in the crushed gravel sand. Had to pound on them with a hunk of granite one day to break through some compacted rocks and the stakes still look new other then the head of the stakes being dimpled from the pounding.


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