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Gear Review: Sea to Summit AlphaLite Cutlery

Get these light knives, forks, and spoons without breaking the bank.

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Utensils
These anodized (hardened) aluminum sporks, forks, knives, and spoons are lighter than titanium models, but cost about 30 percent less, and there’s a style for every hiker. Eat-out-of-the-baggers: Choose the long-handled spoon for digging every last noodle from the folds and corners without gunking up your knuckles. Each style comes with a mini carabiner so you can clip it to your pack. $6-15; .4-1.3 oz.; seatosummit.com

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