Patagonia's New Wood Burning Backpacking Stove

Patagonia's New Wood Burning Backpacking Stove


Patagonia's New Wood Burning Backpacking Stove


“Untether from the limits of gas fuel with the Wood Burning Stove, a lightweight, easy-to-use cooking system designed to kindle minimalist excursions into the backcountry.”

Check out Patagonia’s new wood burning backpacking stove ($99). Might seem a bit overpriced but the intention seems good and if you are truly dependent on a stove like this in the backcountry, an expensive but well-built unit is money well spent. Alternatively if you’re a yuppy and want to flex at your next backyard gathering, order a half dozen as S’more cooking stations  and prepare for BBQ coup de grâce.

  • Burly Stainless Steel Construction

    Lightweight, compact design; built from sturdy stainless steel for a lifetime of use

  • Simple Three-Piece Design

    Breaks down into three pieces

  • Multiple Fuel Options

    Runs on available deadfall or compressed wood pellets

  • Efficiently Hot

    Boils 1 liter of water in an average of 16 minutes

  • Country of Origin

    Made in the Philippines.

  • Weight

    261 g (9.2 oz)

  • Stainless steel

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