The MSR Alpine Deluxe Kitchen Set makes it so you can film your own cooking show in the backcountry. After you get your camping stove fired up, open up the Deluxe's zippered case and grab your utensils. Dice up some onions with the Alpine Kitchen Knife on the Alpine Deluxe Cutting Board, throw them in your MSR pot with some oil from one of your two squeeze bottles. Stir them around with the Alpine Folding Spoon or the Spatula. Add some salt and pepper from the moisture-resistant BPA-free spice shakers, and crack open a bottle of wine with the bottle opener/cork screw. After you've finished eating, scrape your pots with the Alpine Dish Brush/Scraper and collect the last of your micro-trash with the strainer. You can use the PackTowl to dry things off before you pack up the bear-hang. Folded dimensions: [L x W x H] 9 x 6 x 2. 75in
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