MSR WindPro II Stove

MSR WindPro II Stove
MSR WindPro II Stove
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WindPro II Stove by MSR
The MSR Wind Pro II Stove is a dream-come-true among the ultralight backpacking crowd. The simple, durable Wind Pro II weighs an incredible 6. 6 ounces, so you won't even know you're carrying it until dinner time, and it's inverted liquid-feed design increases performance in cold weather or low-fuel emergencies.

SKU: CAS0744
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