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Titanium Kung Foon Spork

Titanium Kung Foon Spork

Call it a "foon" all you want — our years of Taco Bell experience tell us that the appropriate name for this utensil is "spork". The Titanium Kung Foon Spork ($17) just happens to be as useful on the trail as it is when scarfing down unhealthy Tex-Mex food stuffs, with a pair of chopsticks hiding in the handle, barbed tines, a deep bowl, and even a custom carrying tin.

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