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Lodge Boy Scouts of America Engraved Dutch Oven

Officially licensed by the Boy Scouts of America, this portable camp stove is the pot that does it all.
  • Custom engraved in cover
  • Flanged lid holds hot coals
  • Carry / hanging handle
  • Pre-seasoned
  • Great heat retention
  • Maintains even heating temperature
  • Camp Dutch Oven Cooking 101 cookbook included
  • Rinse with hot water, no soap, dry thoroughly
  • Made in USA
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Nestled alongside the Cumberland Plateau of the Appalachian Mountains is the town of South Pittsburg, Tennessee. Joseph Lodge and his wife settled there and in 1896 opened their first foundry. Originally named The Blacklock Foundry, the company gained success until May of 1910 when it burned down. Just three months later and a few blocks south, the company was reborn as Lodge® Manufacturing Company.

Joseph Lodge created a legacy of quality that has thrived through two World Wars and the Great Depression. It's still carried on by his family today. Lodge's CEO and President are Joseph Lodge’s great-grandsons who continue to evolve the product line and improve manufacturing methods. While many worthy competitors have fallen by the wayside, Lodge’s dedication to quality, technology, and employees have helped it not only survive but flourish.

Lodge Cast Iron - 100 Years and Still Cooking...
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6 Quarts 12" x 3.75" Cast iron $104.99