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Titanium Tent Stake - Fluorescent Orange Head

model # T-107
$3.75

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For Increased Visibility

Our original Vargo Titanium Tent Stake in the classic shepherd’s hook design with orange fluorescent coated heads for increased visibility.

 Features

  • Classic tent stake design
  • Great for most staking applications
  • Fluorescent orange coating

Specifications 

  • Weight: 0.3 ounces   (8 grams)
  • Size: 6.5"L x 0.14"D  (165 x 3.5 mm)                        

       

Our original Vargo Titanium Tent Stake in the classic shepherd’s hook design with orange fluorescent coated heads for increased visibility.

Specifications:

  • Weight: 0.3 ounces (8 grams)
  • Length: 6.5 inches (165 mm)
  • Diameter: 0.14 inches (3.5 mm)
 

 
 Allison Woods

Backpacker.com - Lighten Your Tent by 22 Ounces: Six easy ways to lighten your tent load.

Text and Photos by Allison Woods

 

"Swap out your tent stakes for any number of lighter ones. One cost-effective method: use a variety of stakes. Left to right: MSR Carbon-Core, $7/each, 3 titanium styles from Vargo, $4/each. Saved: 2 oz."

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Question:

what is the titanium grade used in your stakes?g

By Jeff Jones
on 5 November, 2019
Answer:
  • It depends upon the stake but these and the other shepherds hooks are grade 5. Thanks!
    By Vargo
    on 5 November, 2019
Question:

Where are these stakes manufactured?

By matthew
on 5 November, 2019
Answer:
  • They are designed in the USA and manufactured in China.
    By Vargo
    on 5 November, 2019
Question:

Hi, I purchased a set of these stakes to use them with our beach tent for our dog. Are these strong enough to hold a small tent size 19X20X23? Please let me know as soon as possible. Thank you!

By Julio Castellon
on 5 November, 2019
Answer:
  • Unfortunately, these tent stakes are not well suited for sand. Tent stakes with more surface area are needed. Our v-shaped Crevice Stake or Ascent Stake would be a better bet for sandy ground. Also, our aluminium Summit Stake would hold very well, too.
    By Vargo
    on 5 November, 2019