MSR WindBurner Pot

MSR WindBurner Pot
MSR WindBurner Pot
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WindBurner Pot by MSR
When you need to feed two or more people in a hurry, the MSR WindBoiler Pot is your best bud. At one liter, it boils water in a hurry for soup, oatmeal, or dehydrated food, has a BPA-free lid and cup so you can hook your friend up with some grub, a strainer to dump excess water, and a pot cozy so you can pick it up without burning your hands.

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SKU: CAS004B
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