MSR Alpine 2 Pot Set

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The MSR Alpine 2 pot set is made from incredibly durable stainless steel, reliably standing up to even the most extreme conditions. Its perfect for heavy use by frequent travelers, or by guides and institutions, where youll be preparing a lot of meals on a wide range of adventures.

- CampSaver.com

The MSR Alpine 2 Pot set offers the simplicity and durability of stainless steel. This lightweight pot set includes all the cookware you need for your next trip. 1.5L and 2L Stainless steel pots Stainless steel is scratch resistant and easy to clean with a bit of steel wool Free of coatings Ultra-durable construction Panhandler(TM) pot lifter allows you to safely and simply remove pots up to 10lbs off the stove Save weight and leave your plates at home, individual lids double as plates Includes 3 lids and mesh stuff sack

- OMCgear

MSR Alpine 2 Pot SetThe MSR Alpine 2 Pot Set is ideal for making tasty meals when you are on any outdoor adventure. These pots are made of strong stainless steel that offers maximum durability. This pot set features a compact and efficient nesting design that allows you to save valuable room for easy portability. It has a multi-functional lid that fits on both pots and doubles as a practical plate. You can store seasonings, small fire tools, utensil, and folding cups in the pots easily. For your convenience, this product is really easy to clean after you finish with your cooking. The pot set includes a stuff sack so you can pack it away with the rest of your gear. The MSR Alpine 2 Pot Set is a must-have item for all your expeditions.

- SunnySports

In base camp or on longer expeditions and multi-day backpacking trips, the MSR Alpine 2 Stainless Steel Pot Set gives you durable cookware for two or more people. This kit features two pots, a lid that works for both, a pot grabber, and a storage sack.

- Backcountry.com