Go behind the scenes into the shop where we custom build the tools that create our Seattle-made products.
The second in a two-part blog series focused on demystifying tent fabric technology.
The first in a two-part blog series focused on demystifying tent fabric technology.
Each summer, this MSR tent endures 3 months of hard use in one of the best proving grounds for tent design and durability.
It’s basic terminology, but do you know the difference? Learn the definitions of these two construction designs.
At MSR we get this question all the time: How do you recycle fuel canisters? Isobutane canisters are made of painted steel and plastic valves
Getting ready to take your WhisperLite out backpacking? Don’t forget regular maintenance. It will help keep your stove clean and running efficiently. Here’s what you need to know in order to get the most out of your WhisperLite stove year after year. For more information on your MSR stove, check out our Frequently Asked Questions on our website, here.
A great day of snowshoeing can hinge on a good set of comfortable, well-fitting bindings. Last month, we discussed how to pick the right snowshoe. Now we’ll look closer at MSR binding designs and how you can ensure the best fit possible for your choice of winter footwear. First, it’s important to seek out snowshoes with bindings that suit your needs. Do you prioritize comfort or security in a binding? If your snowshoe trips tend to be all-day adventures through less aggressive terrain, you’ll probably prefer maximum comfort. Conversely, if you pursue mountaineering objectives, you’ll want bindings with ultimate foot security. The best bindings deliver on both, are easy to use and are durable.
What is in those fuel canisters, anyway? Is Brand X’s fuel really any different from Brand Y’s? In this article, I’ll discuss what makes up MSR’s IsoPro™ fuel and why it’s some of the best canister fuel on the market.