Esbit Titanium Cutlery Set

Dec 1, 2016

Category: Gear

Campground cooking is one of our favorite activities when we are out for a long trek. But we can’t help but think that we are doing the activity a disservice anytime we use disposable plastic utensils. They’re not environmentally friendly and, if we’re being honest, they’re pretty flimsy and unreliable. That being said, we’re also not happy lugging around a cumbersome set of traditional knives, forks, and spoons – they don’t pack well and they tend to be heavy. Thankfully, Esbit has come up with the perfect solution.

This titanium cutlery set bypasses the problems associated both with their plastic and traditional counterparts. They’re lightweight and portable (they even stack nicely together within an included silicone sleeve) and they won’t end up in a landfill with the rest of your campsite garbage. They’re also naturally hypoallergenic, non-toxic, and completely dishwasher safe. The whole set just costs $28. [Purchase]

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