A folding windscreen keeps this stove kit small but offers the power for boiling larger volumes of water.
A tiny stove well suited for backpackers that view pint sized cooking mugs as group cooking devices.
Rain shirt? Jacket? Who cares: It's 7 oz and has the ability to disappear in a corner of your pack.
Internal frame, enough volume for a long trek, and light weight = more appeal for traditional backpackers looking to "go light" without gettin' freaky about it.
Technical day pack that keeps loads close (SUL'ers take note: you might be able to eke an overnight out this one...).
A lightweight classic for many years: does it still have what it takes to compete with the new breed of frameless packs on the market?
Big loads carry well and redefine what it means to control your center of gravity.
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