Planning a mid-winter adventure? Choose a liquid fuel stove.
Polar Explorer Eric Larsen explains why he chooses one stove over another for each adventure.
All canister stoves suffer in cold temps. A pressure regulator helps mitigate that, improving boil times across a range of conditions.
Tricks for keeping your stove burning stronger and longer on each can of fuel.
In this guide, we’ll discuss everything related to MSR snowshoes, from current offerings to navigating the snowshoes and their features, to help you find the right snowshoe for the way you enjoy snowshoeing. For some perspective, we’ll close with a brief history of snowshoes, offering a road map stretching from post-holing hunter-gatherers to how MSR revolutionized snowshoe design and performance forever. Jump to: MSR Snowshoe Series MSR Decks and Frames MSR Bindings and Crampons MSR Snowshoe Features & Accessories How to Choose Snowshoes Snowshoe Maintenance Why Choose MSR Snowshoes Made in Market MSR Snowshoes at A Glance Today, our snowshoe line has designs catering to every snowshoer’s needs. Our purpose-built snowshoes are divided into three series based on the terrain you plan to traverse: Trail Series Best for: Comfort, essential…
We’ll walk you through their key advantages to help you choose.
A behind-the-scenes look at how we make MSR snowshoes here in Seattle.
A great day of snowshoeing can hinge on a good set of comfortable, well-fitting bindings.
An easy step-by-step guide for selecting the perfect pair.