If you’re anything like me, you don’t have a lot of dough to throw at different types of gear for different backcountry situations. That is, you want to buy gear that can be used across a variety of situations. You don’t need different sized packs, different temperature rated sleeping bags, and, for sure, you don’t need a bunch of different stoves. Additionally, you want this gear to come cheap. Enter the MSR WhisperLite stove. This stove does it all. It’s reliable, it’s compact, and it’s user friendly. Throw it in your pack (with fuel of course) and you don’t ever have to worry about if you’re going to be able to heat that delicious, dehydrated meal. It fits easily within your cook wear and it’s pretty straightforward to light (just don’t pump too much fuel into the stove before you light it). Also, cooking in your tent is always a risky move, but I feel confident cooking in my vestibule with the WhisperLite. So next camping trip, when you need a stove, head out and pick up a WhisperLite before you hit the trails.
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