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A slick drop-bottom feature sets this tough, smooth-rolling duffel apart.
Ultralight, oblong, zippered sacks to help you keep all your traveling gear organized.
Java-lovers rejoice: drip coffee in the backcountry.
A stove that combines the versatility, power, and cold-weather performance of liquid fuel with the ease of no-priming-required canisters.
A reliable, user-friendly cooker that's extremely lightweight for liquid fuel.
A utilitarian tumbler that shines in a big-group camp kitchen.
The nesting 4.7- and 3.2-liter pots each come with frypan lids, plus there’s a pot gripper and a mesh storage sack.