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Home of Jack Kirkham's Original Canvas Tent Designs Established 1961 - Salt Lake City, Utah | All Tents Ship with a $50 Flat Rate Home of Jack Kirkham's Original Canvas Tent Designs - Salt Lake City, Utah - Since 1961 | All Tents Ship with a $50 Flat Rate
STEEL SAND & SNOW STAKE
STEEL SAND & SNOW STAKE
STEEL SAND & SNOW STAKE
STEEL SAND & SNOW STAKE

STEEL SAND & SNOW STAKE

$5.95

Made from galvanized steel with a wedged profile, our Steel Sand Stake is ideal in very soft, sandy terrain. Available in 15-inch and 12-inch length. Also a good choice in firm snow. The 15-inch is the recommended stake for securing a Leisure Port on a beach or a tent in a winter camp.

Features/Specs

  • Galvanized steel with wedged profile
  • 15-inch length, 12-inch length available 
  • Ideal for soft, sandy soil
  • Made in USA

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
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Geoff Traub

Quality and function were as expected. 5 stars for sure

T
Terry Vance Hunter

STEEL SAND & SNOW STAKE

T
T.R.
Tent stakes.

My only complaint, for the price, a stake bag would have been a nice inclusion. I have not yet had an opportunity to use the stakes. Reviews for mundane products are annoying.

W
Wesley Oliver
Staked Out

Great system

J
James Aslin
New tent stakes

Stakes are a bit longer than the original stakes that came with the tent (40 years ago). Still work just like the older stakes so no issues found with mixing the lengths.

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
78%
(7)
11%
(1)
11%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
G
Geoff Traub

Quality and function were as expected. 5 stars for sure

T
Terry Vance Hunter

STEEL SAND & SNOW STAKE

T
T.R.
Tent stakes.

My only complaint, for the price, a stake bag would have been a nice inclusion. I have not yet had an opportunity to use the stakes. Reviews for mundane products are annoying.

W
Wesley Oliver
Staked Out

Great system

J
James Aslin
New tent stakes

Stakes are a bit longer than the original stakes that came with the tent (40 years ago). Still work just like the older stakes so no issues found with mixing the lengths.