Polar Explorer Eric Larsen explains why he chooses one stove over another for each adventure.
Which of these ultralight stoves is right for you?
For every adventurer and need out there, there’s an MSR stove to match.
From solo missions to group adventures, we’ll help you choose.
And led to the development of MSR’s most famous invention.
What is in those fuel canisters, anyway? Is Brand X’s fuel really any different from Brand Y’s? In this article, I’ll discuss what makes up MSR’s IsoPro™ fuel and why it’s some of the best canister fuel on the market.
We boil down the key distinctions between the MSR Reactor and the WindBurner, to help you choose which backpacking stove is best for you.
All canister stoves suffer in cold temps. A pressure regulator helps mitigate that, improving boil times across a range of conditions.
If you have a liquid fuel stove like the MSR DragonFly, it is important to do annual pump maintenance. This video describes the techniques, tools, and knowledge used to make sure your pump is working safely and efficiently. Learn how to fix cracks, leaks, corrosion, loose seals and low pressure at home, and enjoy your hassle-free cooking in camp. All MSR liquid fuel stoves use a pump to pressurize their fuel. It is important to annually maintain your MSR stove and pump to ensure safe and efficient performance. The maintenance described in the video above is for servicing the pump on any MSR liquid fuel stove, including previous generations of the pump. New generation pumps work with old generation stoves. If the plastic body of your pump has become cracked,…