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Infinity Insulated Mug

rated 5 of 5 stars Great bit of kit, I own at least three. I'm a Scouter. I have seen them all over the years. I have every mug made I think, and I just couldn't settle till I found this one. For canoeing for years I used an MSR Ugamug. The one feature I like about this mug is if you throw a folding titanium spork and small salt and pepper shaker inside it and close the lid, it will fit inside a Fairshare Mug. Great feature. Compact full mess kit. Full review

Infinity Insulated Mug

rated 5 of 5 stars Just about perfect. This is a great coffee mug. Picked this up about three months ago and it's held up well on several overnight and multi-day trips. It's stable while on the ground, it doesn't have hard edges or angles making for easy packing, it insulates well, and the webbing handle can be used to drink in a couple of different ways.   The locking lid and closure are snug. The lid has a drinking opening and a small opening for air that both seal when in the closed position. The only negative… Full review

Pinnacle Dualist Cookset

rated 4 of 5 stars I was looking for the smallest and most complete two-person cookset I could find. I think I found it! The GSI Pinnacle Dualist has one of the most ingenious nesting arrangements available, making it ideal for backpacking, picnicking, or bicycling. Clever engineering allows one to have a decent size billy pot (1.8 liter) along with two insulated cups, two bowls, two sippy cup lids, and two folding sporks. There is still room for your 4oz (125 gram) or even a 8oz (250 gram) isopropyl fuel canister… Full review

Ultralight Java Drip

rated 5 of 5 stars Another, even lighter weight way, to make decent coffee in the backcountry. I'm still getting the scoops-of-coffee-to-mug-size ratio perfected, but I can already say that this coffee maker is my new favorite. I used to use the H2JO but that required a Nalgene bottle to use and it is heavy compared to the GSI UL Java Drip. The GSI UL Java Drip is a mesh cone with three legs you attach to your mug of choice. You fill the conical bag with ground coffee, pour hot water over it, and there you go, fast… Full review

Pinnacle Camper Cookset

rated 3.5 of 5 stars I've used this set at least a dozen times each BWCA trip and family campouts for the past six years in a row. The pots and pans are great and the set packs very well. Very durable and do exactly what you want them to. Cups with the sippy lids are great. Keep your coffee/tea hot without burning your hands and can store your spices when packed up. Really easy to use. After traveling up to the BWCA for several years, one of my friends always packs this cook set for the trip. Since I like to do most… Full review

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GSI Outdoors Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Congratulations, Top Reviewers of 2015
Congratulation to Trailspace's top gear reviewers of 2015! Meet the individuals most recognized by their fellow community members for their helpful, informative outdoor gear reviews. Read more
January 20

Outdoor Retailer: Eat, Drink, and Be Merry
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August 12, 2008

Building a Better Water Bottle: Aluminum, Steel, and No BPA
Whether it’s for a trek into the backcountry or a trip to the store, there are a growing number of aluminum, stainless steel, and BPA-free plastic water bottles. Read more
February 1, 2008

GSI Outdoors Dualist Cookset Wins Backpacker Award
GSI Outdoors received a prestigious Backpackers Editor’s Choice Award for their Dualist Cookset. Read more
January 24, 2008


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Spokane Valley, WA 99206

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