Each material has its key benefits. The next step is deciding which is right for you.
Learn what makes these shelters engineered for long-distance living.
Fall is here and nighttime temperatures are dropping in the regions where many of us live and play. This change in temperature brings up a question our tent team hears all the time: Why is the inside of my tent wet in the morning, even when it’s dry outside? The answer is phase change! This MSR video explains the phenomenon as we experience it in the backcountry. It also covers what you can do to reduce condensation in your tent. And for those of you who don’t take condensation seriously, trust us it can be in tents!
Plus, three scenarios to help you determine which you need on your next adventure.
The four-step process.
For some, winter adventures in the backcountry mean snow camping, for others, backcountry skiing. Whether you see yourself building a snow shelter or checking snow conditions this season, you’ll need snow tools you can rely on to deliver unmatched performance in the field. Developing gear that’s safer and easier to use is something MSR has been doing for more than four decades, and it’s a focus that has led to innovations in snow tools, including our new snow saws. But first, a little history…
Bring in your canisters. Keep them out of landfills.
All canister stoves suffer in cold temps. A pressure regulator helps mitigate that, improving boil times across a range of conditions.
This year’s lineup focuses on versatility, built the MSR way.