A packable device producing fire for camp cooking.
Every stove claims it's the fastest. We pitted them head-to-head in a winner-takes-all boil-off.
For when weight really matters
It's never been easier to whip up a proper feast at the campsite.
Spontaneity means traveling light but also being prepared. The gear you bring—bikes, boats, ’biners—depends on where you’re going. The rest? Pack no more than the Kelty BaseCamp Kitchen.
I'm hiking the Wonderland Trail, the loop around Mount Rainier, in mid-September. I've decided to bring a canister stove to save weight. For two people, which models are best for a long-distance backpacking trip?
Outside reviews the best gear in the 2011 Summer Buyers Guide, including the Jetboil Sol Ti stove.
I having trouble finding a skillet that is lightweight yet will not burn. I using a Primus canister stove and able to adjust the heat low enough. I use my equipment for bike touring, backpacking, and canoeing, so I looking for something that is both small and light. Brad Rantoul, Illinois
I'm hiking the Arctic Circle Trail in Greenland. What's the best lightweight camp stove to bring? Adrian Plymouth UK
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