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Flex 4 Cookware System

Outdoor brand MSR are known for their cutting-edge backcountry gear, their collection of cookware and accessories are engineered and designed to nest together for packing efficiency. The Flex 4 System is ideal for group cooking on the go and features all the pots and pans for four hungry hikers to eat elaborate meals in style. It features a 3.2L nonstick pot, a 5.3L dual-handle pot, 2 strainer lids, a talon pot handle, and four personalized sets including a DeepDish plate and an insulated mug for each diner. watch the video

Also available are the Flex 3 System (3 person cook set) and the Quick 2 System (two person cook set)




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PAINT DRIP TABLE | BY JOHN NOUANESING | Image

PAINT DRIP TABLE | BY JOHN NOUANESING

The "Paint or Die But Love Me” Table designed by John Nouanesing seems to be melting. And if not melting, than not even solid in the first place, but rather a paint spill suspended in motion. Itīs to bad we canīt order one, so far it’s only in the conceptual art stage....
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FRONTIER PLUS PORTABLE STOVE

Frontier Plus Stove aims to be the next generation cast iron wood burning stove. Itīs lightweight, portable, with mounting feet that you can dismantle, and has a flue system that you can use to heat and cook in a tent, a cabin, van or just plain outdoors. The included flashing kit enables you to install the flue system, quickly and safely, you get classic and effective warmth and sustainability because it uses the most ancient fuel on earth - wood. The...
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CONCRETE SUMMER HOUSE

Designed by Argentinean architect Luciano Kruk, the Concrete Summer House is a distinctly modern structure, but looks perfectly at home in the wooded area of a beautiful natural space located in northern Argentina. Located among pine trees in the seaside resort of Mar Azul near Buenos Aires, the H3 House is built using concrete to create a rugged appearance and to reduce maintenance, but also to draw a connection between the house and its wooded setting. It features...
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