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Snow Peak Litemax Titanium Stove
Planning a Bikepacking Trip - Mission: Vapor Trail 2017
What does it take to embark on a trip, especially one that involves a new activity? Planning. Lots and lots of planning. It involves incorporating the skills and equipment you have into a new...
Upright Canister Stoves – the State of the Art
Before we examine the current state of canister gas stoves, let's take a quick look at how we got here. If you're not into the back story, head to the section where I conduct a survey of current offerings and then explore the current state o...
Snow Peak Titanium Summit Solo Cookset
Wanted to chime in with my comments on this set. I didn't get it through massdrop (and am disappointed I paid way more), but have used it on a few backcountry excursions. I pair it with my Snow Peak GigaPower stove. Yes: a small fuel canister, stove, lid, and my folding spork all fit in the pot. I can see how the lid would fall in, but it hasn't been a problem for me. It's happened maybe one time and won't happen if I'm just a little more...
Vargo Triad Alcohol Stove
I hiked hundred of miles on the Appalachian Trail over the course of months and I used this stove exclusively for my dinner every day, and sometimes for heating up coffee. I can attest that this is a light weight efficient beast, but you need to plan your kit accordingly. What I learned from others and worked great for me is a wind screen and two sticks of clothes hanger. You need a robust windscreen for this stove imho. I used a thick...