Whether you're detoxing from social situations for just one night or several, bring along the MSR Trail Mini Solo Cook Set. Its comforting hiss is a welcome replacement to the sound of human voices as you boil water for dinner, breakfast, or a drink in between. The entire set weighs less than eight ounces, meaning you can throw it in your pack next to your trad rack for a crag-side warming beverage--that you might deign to share with people--or snuggle it in by your sleeping pad for a solo campsite meal, without being weighed down. The anodized aluminum pot is durable and low-profile, and can contain a fuel canister and stove (sold separately) to maximize pack space.
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