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Glacier Camp Stove

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I am a convert. Although I have used larger camping stoves, I had no previous experience with a "backpacking" stove. My son nagged me into purchasing and bringing this on our most recent backpacking trip.  I never wanted one. Buying a stove, when sticks are free, always offended my sense of thrift.  BUT, I think I was wrong. This thing is great. It is light, it is easy to use, it is quick, it is clean, and it works so much better than I expected.  Setup: Really easy to set up. Screw on gas canister;… Full review

Glacier Stainless Steel Vacuum Bottles

rated 4.5 of 5 stars It’s -35° and four hours later the tea is too hot to drink. I purchased two of these 1Lt bottles for treating clients on winter day hikes.  They have done everything that I expected. I usually fill them twice a day and they handle the wear and tear of daily use. The stopper is well built and has a spill proof gap that is great for serving tea. I have also forgotten and left the stopper loose and the cup/cap sealed the top and kept my pack dry. The canister shape does not take up excess space… Full review

Glacier Stainless Steel Bottle Cup

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great solo pot for hunters, fishers, and hikers. This is a great wee pot for the serious solo outdoors person. A trifle heavier that titanium but very robust and will last a lifetime. For casual use or days out it is fine as is, but for extended trips a lid is a must and a lid also keeps the small gas canister, BRS stove, and a mini lighter under control. I have made a small stuff sack for this which solves the travel problem and also holds a GSI Mini Java Filter and a small bag of grounds. This… Full review

Halulite Ketalist Cookset

rated 5 of 5 stars Excellent product. I use this cookset year round. This product is vary resilient and stands up to heavy use. My only complaint is the spork. They are easily broken and I now use a titanium spork. Full review

Water Cube

rated 2.5 of 5 stars A cost- and weight-effective way to carry a lot of H2O, works well enough, but there is room for improvement. A few days ago my wife and I ran into a not-so-little problem. We were on the road and had pulled out of a long-planned hiking trip in the Colorado Rockies due to a nasty weather forecast. So we decided to divert to Canyonlands and see if we could put together a nice hike there. We went online to check availability of backcountry campsites in the Needles sector of the NP and, it being prime… Full review

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GSI Outdoors Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Congratulations, Top Reviewers of 2015
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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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