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Danner Trail 2650 - Women's

Danner Trail 2650 - Women's

If day hiking or short backpacking adventures are your jam, this ultralight shoe is comfortable and provides decent traction. It is slow to dry, not waterproof, and....
Merrell Moab 2 Ventilator - Women's

Merrell Moab 2 Ventilator - Women's

An affordable hiking shoe that will get the job done without breaking the bank. What they lack in waterproofing and break-in speed, they make up for...
Camp Chef Outdoorsman
Top Pick

Camp Chef Outdoorsman

A powerful freestanding stove that performs surprisingly well in the wind and simmers like a champ. While difficult to carry and rather large...
Kovea Slim Twin
Top Pick

Kovea Slim Twin

This compact stove provides excellent wind resistance at an affordable price. The design is especially compact, and it simmers like a champ.
Camp Chef Mountaineer 2X
Top Pick

Camp Chef Mountaineer 2X

A top shelf stove at a top shelf price. It is fuel efficient but powerful, large and weighty, but built to last. It simmers well, effectively resists wind, and has all the features you...
GSI Pinnacle Pro 2

GSI Pinnacle Pro 2

Attractive but expensive, this stove is easy to clean but boils slowly, features ineffective windscreens, and is difficult to recommend
Coleman Cascade Classic

Coleman Cascade Classic

A highly fuel efficient entry-level stove with unfortunately slow boil times and average wind resistance. It features a piezo igniter, is easy to carry, and
Eureka SPRK+ Butane

Eureka SPRK+ Butane

An easy to use, easy to set up, lightweight, single burner butane stove for the space and budget conscious. While it doesn't feature the fastest boil time or the most wind protection, it...
GSI Outdoors Selkirk 540

GSI Outdoors Selkirk 540

This is a simple and straightforward stove that does everything a compact car camping stove should: it heats things up fairly fast, and is a breeze to use and transport.
Camp Chef Pro 60X

Camp Chef Pro 60X

A premium, powerful, and fuel efficient stove with top-shelf features and a top shelf price tag. If you love cooking for big groups, or want a stove that works as well (better?) than your...
Best Backpacking Stoves of 2022

Best Backpacking Stoves of 2022

We've been testing the best backpacking stoves for over a decade, and this current review has our 20 favorites. We purchased each stove for rigorous and thorough testing, spending more...
How To Choose a Backpacking Stove

How To Choose a Backpacking Stove

Buying the right backpacking stove can make your life in the backcountry more enjoyable. But not all stoves were made with the same adventurer in mind -- many specialize
Soto Windmaster
Editors' Choice

Soto Windmaster

This stove is light, easy to use, and features a great piezo igniter and generous pot supports. It's good at simmering and does impressively well in the wind.
Soto Amicus
Best Buy

Soto Amicus

This ultralight, fuel efficient, canister stove performed consistently well across every metric. It is easy to use, and is impressively compact.
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