Greenfield Sand Hog 12 in. Heavy Steel Tent Stake

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Greenfield Sand Hog 12 in. Heavy Steel Tent Stake -
The Sand Hog 12 inch Heavy Steel Stake has a triangular wing welded to it. It is rugged, very, very hard to bend and the large surface area makes it ideal for sand or loosely packed soil. It has a hook to make removal easier. Wt. 11oz. 12 inches long. Made in the USA

Sizing:

  • Length = 12"

Manufactured:

  • Made in USA

Features:

  • Weight = 11 oz.
  • Ideal for sand or loose soil
  • Sand Hog Heavy Duty Steel Stake is extremely rugged
  • Removal Hook
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Greenfield Sand Hog 12 in. Heavy Steel Tent Stake Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Indispensable for beach camping

I purchased 4 of these years ago from Campmor. We tent camp @ Assateague State Park in MD. These tent stakes are very strong and will not pull out of the ground ............. mine have been tested for many years and have endured several pounding thunderstorms at Assateague. Their design is such that they have a high profile/wide head that, once driven beneath the sand, will not pull out during windy conditions. I own 6 of them and am ordering 4 more for the 4 corners of a sun shelter that we also use at the shore. These would most likely be very annoying and difficult to pound into rocky or shale soil.
nittfan at Campmor on 08/08/2011

Best sand stake

These stakes really work as advertised. They work in dry loose and moist packed sand. I went thru many designs for sand stakes and was disappointed until I found these stakes. Only down side is that the triangular wing can be a bit hard to store in the stake bag and the edges are a little sharp.
Booger at Campmor on 04/04/2012

Got Sand?

I have used these stakes for years in the loose sandy soil @ Hither Hills in Montauk. They have held down tents and screen houses in very windy conditions. If you are beach camping these are the only stakes to have.
Red the Lobster at Campmor on 09/09/2010

Great product

The tent stakes are stronger than most tents. We were in a thunder shower with a wind and they held great. Definitely would recommend these to anyone camping on the Outer Banks of NC. and any beach or dune.
JT at Campmor on 10/10/2010

Worked Great!

Use at the beach in firm sand with grass. They held firm and strong with constant 10-20 mph winds for two days. Easy to drive into ground with 3lb. mini sledge. :)
The Wall at Campmor on 09/09/2013

Work Great at the Beach

We use these stakes at the beach to secure a 12x12 canopy. I've never had one pull out of the sand. They are a simple, solid construction and easy to use.
Happy at Campmor on 06/06/2011

Works like a charm

Camped on the beach on a windy rainy night, and the tent stayed stable and staked. Heard other people cursing and restaking their tents in the rain all night.
mwh1 at Campmor on 10/10/2012

On sand? This is the only way to go.

I use these for tents on sand and sun shades on the beach. Rarely with the wind move them -the only way to go. A w.a.C.o. certified item.
wacoMick at Campmor on 09/09/2013

These are the best for beach camping

We sometime do beach camping on deep sand. These work the best because of the wide blade. The only Con is the weight, they are heavy.
Chuck at My CampFire Outfitters at Campmor on 07/07/2012

Held tight!

Held tight during a heavy thunderstorm; held so tight as a matter-of-fact, that the frame of the screen house caved and no stakes let go!
Beach camper at Campmor on 08/08/2011

Negative Reviews:

Sand Hog 12 in on beach with wind

Being called a sand stake, we used it in the sand on a beach. We didn't have a mallet (not our usual beach outing equipment) but thought digging into the sand and setting them deep would work. Well, gusty moments proved us wrong. We think the plate should've been wider to have more face area for bracing. Since it's not a backpacking piece, there's no need to skimp on the weight by having more surface area. Another person showed us an old frisbee that they drilled two holes in and buried in the sand. Their structure stayed erect.
Kell at Campmor on 06/06/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Good Stake - But

Generally good for the purpose they were designed to perform Too heavy for backpacking pirposes, but for car camping they are great. The only downside is the welding of the triangular surface to the stake could have been more substantial. After a few uses the triangle sparated from the stake and needed to be welded back together. I would recommend to friends with the above caveats.
T at Campmor on 05/05/2013