MSR WindBurner Stove System Family [EDITOR’S CHOICE]
I love MSR’s WindBurner stove and use mine on adventures all over Alaska. The one complaint I’ve heard in the past is that the stove can be tippy and hard to cook with for bigger groups. MSR has remedied both issues with the WindBurner Stove System Family (available early in 2018). Easier to light and offering better flame control than a WhisperLite and other popular stoves, the new WindBurner is ideal for big and small group adventures when you want to cook more than freeze-dried fare. It can be used with a skillet, 2.5- or 5-liter pot as well as the 1-liter personal pot. Whether you’re thinking Thai curry for six in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge or a quick bump of coffee on a kayak trip to Glacier Bay, this stove system is more than up for the job. I’ve owned a lot of camp stoves, and the WindBurner is my favorite three-season system. ($180-$260)
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