MSR Trail Lite Duo Cook Set
The Trail Lite Duo Cook Set delivers all the lightweight, space-saving benefits of a minimalist cook set, without forcing you to be Spartan about what you cook. The system features a tall 2 liter hard-anodized aluminum pot that accommodates two and keeps the menu options open. The dish set includes two color-coded MSR DeepDish™ Bowls and Insulated Mugs, which nest perfectly inside the pot for all-in-one packing convenience and space-maximizing efficiency. The folding, locking handle keeps it all in place inside your pack as you cover the miles.
Compact: Nesting design fits two DeepDish™ Bowls and Double-Wall Insulated Mugs inside pot.
Sized for Two: Two-liter, hard-anodized aluminum pot keeps the weight down and provides plenty of capacity for two people.
BPA-Free: Hot and cold-safe polypropylene DeepDish™ bowls and double-wall insulated mugs.
Room for More: Mugs have room for MSR® Folding Utensils and can also fit a PocketRocket™ or MicroRocket™ stove.
Includes: 2.0 L Hard-Anodized Aluminum Pot, Clear Strainer Lid, (2) Double-Wall Insulated Mugs, (2) DeepDish™ Bowls.
Aluminum is the cookware of choice for all-around backcountry use. It conducts heat evenly, is easy to clean when hard anodized and even easier when coated with a nonstick finish. It is also extremely efficient.
Stainless steel is very durable; perfect for when your pots take a lot of abuse. It lies somewhere between aluminum and titanium in terms of its cooking ability/suitability.
Titanium cookware's biggest advantage is its light weight. Titanium pots are ideal for boiling water, because they can be made with very thin walls and transfer heat very efficiently. They tend to develop hot spots, however, making them less than ideal for cooking temperature-sensitive foods like eggs or pancakes.
Cookware's efficiency is also dependent on its color and material. Testing at MSR has found that darker pots (esp. the bottom) are the most fuel efficient. Older cookware, which blackens through use, becomes more efficient than new cookware.
Can I use my cookware directly on a fire?
Stainless steel and titanium pots may be used over open fire—with caution. You should expect some soot, and if you place the pot in too hot of an environment, some warping.
We do not recommend use of our aluminum cookware over open fire because they feature some plastic parts that will melt.
||0.61 kg / 1 lbs 6 oz|
||15.0 x 15.5cm / 5.9 x 6.1"|
||5.5 x 6.25 in|
||14.5 x 15.2 x 15.5 cm|
||Aluminum / Plastic|
||Made in Thailand|