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The Best Backpacking Stoves of 2017 for Simmering and Boiling
The Best Backpacking Stoves of 2017 for Simmering and Boiling

In the battle for the best backpacking stove, we researched 62 models and bought 14 for hands-on testing. We used them for 2-months on over a dozen wilderness excursions and then brought them into our lab for side-by-side boil time tests. There are n...

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The Best Camping Stoves - Side-by-Side Tests
The Best Camping Stoves - Side-by-Side Tests

Looking for the best camping stove for you and your family? So were we. We lined up a selection of the most highly regarded camping stoves and put them head-to-head in multiple rigorous cook-offs. In this latest testing round, we re-tested some old f...

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MSR Whisperlite
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MSR Dragonfly
$140
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Camp Chef Pro 60
$249.99
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Camp Chef Everest
$124.99
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MSR Reactor
$200
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Jetboil Flash
$100
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Soto OD-1R
$70
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MSR Pocket Rocket 2
$45
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JetBoil MiniMo
$135
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Optimus Nova+
$160
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MSR XGK-EX
$160
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Stansport Outdoor
$150.99
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Optimus Nova
$150
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Optimus Crux Lite
$40
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Coleman Triton
$99.99
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Primus Kinjia
$180
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Coleman Hyperflame Fyrecadet
$139.99
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Primus Onja
$139.95
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We believe the best gear reviews are those that objectively compare and contrast. To that end, we partner with our sister site OutdoorGearLab.com for gear review information. OutdoorGearLab was launched in July 2011 as a spin-off of SuperTopo's gear review section, which originally was exclusively focused on climbing gear, and expanded over time to include general outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, and more.