EASTON NANO NAIL STAKES
Great for main stake points on larger tarps & shelters.
WEIGHT: 0.4 oz | 12 gms
NOTE: OUT OF STOCK UNTIL DECEMBER.
YOU MAY ORDER NOW AND WAIT.
IF YOU DO ORDER THEM – WE WILL SHIP THEM WHEN WE GET THEM. NO ORDER CANCELATIONS WHILE WAITING. BE SURE YOU CAN WAIT !!!
NO SPLIT ORDER SHIPPING – DO NOT ORDER STAKES IF YOUR WHOLE ORDER CAN NOT WAIT. OK TO MAKE TWO ORDERS AND STAKES WILL SHIP LATER AND SEPARATE.
WE ARE HOLDING BACK SOME STAKES THAT CAN SHIP WITH SHELTER ORDERS > OK TO ADD STAKES TO SHELTER ORDERS.
With ultimate lightweight holding power, 8′ Easton Nano Nail Stakes are great for main stake points on larger tarps and shelters. These stakes work extremely well in dry, soft, hard or moist ground. How tough are these stakes? We “Wack-a-Mole” hammered one of these stakes through a very hard pressure treated 2 X 4 with minimal stake damage! Don’t believe us? See the photo above!
LOOKING FOR 6″ EASTON STAKES? Stop Looking – We Don’t Use Them. Why? The 8″ stake has over more than 2X the holding power for only .09oz more weight. Duhhhh. If you need smaller or lighter stakes for shelter secondary stake points, our Titanium Skewer stakes have the same holding power as the 6″ Easton Stakes, but they pack smaller and weigh less.
These large round stakes hold better in a wider range of soils Vs most similar length V or Y stakes. Why? Easton 8″ Nano Stakes do not tear up and excessively disturb the compacted ground when inserted. The holding pressure of the soil is evenly distributed around the entire surface of the nano tube stake. Insert at a 25-35 degree angle for maximum holding power.
Stakes sold individually. Orders of 6 + stakes come with a free simple open top nylon stake sack. Not Pictured.
Our large UL Cuben DCF Stuff Sack, will hold a dozen of these bad boys.
• Bright colored cord line pull makes these stakes easy to find in the dirt & easy to pull out by hand
• Smooth conical ground and hardened tip penetrates ground easily
• All edges polished and rounded – No cutting or nicking your hands when wrestling to insert of remove them from hard ground.