Ingenious 18 fl. oz. design features folding handles that extend long enough for stove top cooking and hinged to fold around the cup surface for compact packing
Weight: 4.9 oz Materials: 18/8 Stainless Steel
“GSI Bottle Cup” Bought this item last week from wildernessdining.com they gave the best service of the 3 stores I bought something from thant day. Quick shipping. The cup however will not fit any nalgene bottle I own. GSI has apparently changed their design for the worse. I am still looking for one that will fit. (WD Note: This product is designed to fit the Nalgene HDPE and UVPE bottles.
“GSI stainless 18 oz. cup” Excellent stainless cup with folding handles, great for drinks or cooking. It’s also a perfect fit for the replacement of the aluminum cup that comes standard on the Optimus Svea 123 stove. -Larry Dixon, Phoenix, AZ
The best selling Outback Oven. 10″ non-stick pan with lid, 10″ Pot Parka, Riser Bar, Scorch Buster, reflector collar, thermometer, backcountry baking book & mesh sack.
Weight: 26 oz.
“Foolproof baking every time” We’ve used this oven in the Sierras and San Bernardino mountains many times. What a treat to have hot brownies or fresh pizza twenty miles from the trailhead! The pan can be used as a skillet for breakfast. If you’re concerned about weight, check out the ultralight version. -Wilderness Dining
A great addition to the backcountry kitchen. This pouch cozy as easy to use as it is to carry. Prepare your dehydrated or freeze-dried meal in the manufacturer’s pouch, put it in the cozy and fold over the top. Your meal will finish cooking quicker and stay warmer longer!
Ample size for 2 person packaging — or about a one quart zip closure bag
Durable materials will hold up to pack stuffing and still come out ready to use
Spills wipe right off
Country of Origin: United States Dimensions – Closed: 11 in. x 10.5 in. Weight: 1.65 oz. Materials: R 14.3 reflective insulating aluminum, Velcro closures, brass grommets
“Great item for backpacking” This cozy was the hit of our weeklong backpacking trip into the Sierras. I bought it with the thought my homemade vacuum packed meals would re-hydrate more efficiently than when wrapped in my jacket (that I often wished I was wearing). I ended up being able to cram 2 full meals into the cozy which virtually eliminated the usual simmering over the stove. What a fuel saver. I’m getting another cozy because the zipper on my backpack tore my first one up a bit. Highly recommended! -Meg, Turloc, CA
“Saves time and fuel” We’re always looking for ways to save some ounces on the trail. This cool cozy helps food cook quicker, speeds rehydration, keeps our meal hot even in the coldest weather, and saves us a little fuel year-round. -Wilderness Dining
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