Biodegradable lightweight tent pegs the next step in eco-friendly hiking hit the Australian market
Being composed of a patented formula compound, our tent pegs bio-degrade over a 12–24-month time period in case they are dropped, lost or left behind – a problem solved compared to the permanence of a lost metal peg. At a comfortable 8.5cm in length, they are strong enough to anchor you tent, but not oversized to the environment’s expense.
Overall, these light and compact tent pegs decrease a hiker’s footprint on the environment they admire. A great way to respect the Australian Outback and the perfect gift for that hiker or camper who has everything. We are proud to announce our new stock in packs of 20! Visit our Australian website www.survivalstorehouse.com for more information and plenty of other products to make your next trip safe and environmentally friendly. – Leave no trace behind.
SurvivalStorehouse Pty Ltd
Erina NSW 2250
Survival Storehouse is an Australian supplier to the outdoors, camping and survival markets in Australia. We also perform product testing, reviews and market testing for international suppliers wishing to see their products in the Australian market.
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