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Sportster Dual Fuel II

rated 3.5 of 5 stars What can one say it's time tested dinosaur technology but so is the SVEA 123 and people still use them. Because they work and work well with little hassle. I picked one of these up at a county dump recycle area. It was covered in Pigeon droppings and had a couple small dents on the tank, old fuel smelt like turpentine.. I took it home sprayed it down with dawn and then hit it with the garden hose and finale cleaning with light bleach water, engine cleaner old toothbrush. It was not as bad condition… Full review

Golden Hiking Boots

rated 5 of 5 stars These Coleman boots are awesome. These Coleman boots are awesome.  My son and I wore these just once for 6 miles before going on vacation.  We then kiked out of the Grand Canyon.  From Phantom Ranch to the south rim.  One of the toughest trails in the country.  No blisters or hot spots.  The long range models are the best boots I have ever had. Full review

Camp Stove Toaster

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Crappy product. Don't waste your money. Saw in Walmart. Thought be good for camping. Wasted all our gas to try and get toast toasted. Wasted all our gas and toast barely even warm. Might as well try and make your toast by setting it in your cars windsheild. Save your $4 and buy yourself some candy or somethin.    Full review

550B Multi-Fuel Stove

rated 4 of 5 stars Packable, nice wide flame pattern for frying. Simmer that won't quit until the fuel runs out even if you forget to pump it again thus keeping your food warm. Form factor allows better visibility of the flame and use of a narrow platform that might be higher than stoves with seperate fuel bottles and pumps. This is my favorite stove given its versatility and friendliness to the operator and cook. I have had this stove for 30 years, using it annually. Others I have bought and tried don't compare. Full review

Feather 442 Dual Fuel Stove

rated 4.5 of 5 stars A great stove for cooking and compact. Yes, this may be a little heavy for modern backpacking techies. However, the performance and reliability is terrific. Purchased the stove at a pawn shop because I wanted a backup stove for VW camper. Even in the dark and unfamiliar setup, I found a perfect match for conservation of space. Two-burner Coleman stoves take up too much space/bulk. I used the stove on the river camping w/ temperature and windy conditions. Great coffee, breakfast, water boils quickly… Full review

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Coleman Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Outdoor Retailer: Icon flashlights and more product highlights
Flashlight brand Icon has a clever twist on LED technology. Columbia tries to best the performance of all the "waterproof/breathable" fabrics out there. And other OR highlights from Coleman, Eureka, and Thorlo. Read more
August 4, 2010

Denver Schoolteacher to Climb Summits of 50 States in 50 Days
Denver schoolteacher Mike Haugen will attempt to climb to the highest point of each of the 50 states in 50 days or less. Read more
May 28, 2008

Coleman Everest 5.5 Challenge Begins
Thousands of schoolchildren are going on a month-long virtual climb of Mount Everest, following in the footsteps of eighth grade science teacher Mike Haugen. Read more
April 9, 2007

Coleman Launches 2007 Everest 5.5 Challenge
Coleman will sponsor a spring 2007 expedition to Mt. Everest designed to motivate kids to get outside and recreate more. Read more
January 18, 2007

2007 Backpacking Stoves Preview
Three years ago the JetBoil Personal Cooking System changed the way we look at backpacking stoves. It was only a matter of time before JetBoil’s competitors introduced their own integrated stove systems, and two of them made their debuts this week. Read more
August 13, 2006

2007 Tents and Shelters Preview
Check out a few of the new tents and shelters from Outdoor Retailer Summer Market that will debut in 2007. Read more
August 11, 2006


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