Announcements direct from MSR
The UKC team recently returned from the annual gear-fest that is OutDoor Friedrichshafen. Below are some video interviews with... Read more
The all-new WindBurner 1.8L Personal Stove System built for 2-3 travelers is the latest addition to the award-winning WindBurner... Read more
The most livable performance backpacking tent in its class, the all new Elixir 4 tent is an ideal family sized option for... Read more
Built for international travelers, outdoor recreationalists, and emergency preparedness, the military-grade microbiological... Read more
Backpackers want an extremely liveable and lightweight tent at good price. MSR answers the call with the Elixir 2 tent and the... Read more
MSR (Mountain Safety Research®), the Seattle-based manufacturer of high-performance outdoor equipment, has gripped the snowshoe... Read more
The single-wall tent design efficiently utilizes two standard trekking poles to shave weight.
Windproof and highly efficient personal stove system wins 2014 OutDoor Industry Award Read more
Three new MSR snow shovels offer unparalleled strength and efficiency. MSR (Mountain Safety Research®), the Seattle-based... Read more
How does the one-pot, trail-worthy MSR Trail Lite Duo System for two add versatility without extra weight? How is it different... Read more
The Elixir 4 backpacking tent is light for its size, and easy to pitch. But is it roomy enough for the advertised four adults,... Read more
Made for the US military, MSR has now put their most advanced water purifier on the civilian market. But when not being used by... Read more
The MSR WindBoiler is a small, lightweight cooking system. UKC have had it for several months and tested it in the Alps in... Read more
Walking poles are great opinion dividers. There are those who think they are cumbersome wastes of time, and those who swear by... Read more
Since its launch ten years ago the Hubba Hubba has proved a popular three-season staple for MSR.
For 2014 this classic two... Read more
When I first saw a JetBoil back in 2004 I remember being highly cynical, too specialised and very limited in terms in its uses.... Read more
Charlie Boscoe tests out the MSR Reactor Stove.
"One immediately obvious element of the stove is just how simple it is. There... Read more