When you finally get tired of eating nothing but granola bars and trail mix, the MSR PocketRocket Stove Kit will be there waiting to help elevate your backcountry eating experience. MSR started this kit with the lightweight, simple, and rugged PocketRocket stove, and it added an anodized aluminum pot with a straining lid, two DeepDish bowls, two folding sporks, and two double-wall insulated mugs so you can do everything from make coffee to cook pasta when you're miles from civilization. The whole kit weighs less than two pounds, and every item nests inside the pot for easy and efficient storage during backpacking adventures.
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