Sea to Summit Alpha Pots Cook Set

Aug 6, 2018

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Nothing beats a home-cooked meal in the great outdoors. The only issue, however, is making it happen without carrying the entire kitchen with you in the process. Not to worry, though, for Sea to Summit’s new Alpha Pot Cooksets make life easy in this regard thanks to its durable, modular and packable design.

As the newest addition to their camp kitchen range, each Sea to Summit Alpha Pot Cookset is built from a hard anodized alloy making for strong, lightweight and highly resilient cookware that’s also BPA-free and compact when not in use. Clever and innovative design features can be expected as well with this newest iteration – such as the Pivot-Lock handle for safe and secure use, a Lid-Keep that rests the lid on the side of the pot rather than the ground, and a slotted strainer built into the lid for backcountry pasta dishes. Say goodbye to cold and boring prepackaged meals for good. Available now.

Purchase: $145

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