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MSR Trail Lite Solo Cook Set


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Fast, light, and well-fed.

Whether you're out on a solo backpacking trip or you've tagged a long with a new group of friends for weekend camping, come prepared with your MSR Trail Lite Solo Cook Set. With a compact pot, bowl, and cup included, you'll be ready to chow down whether you're making your own soup or you're digging in to an all-camp feast. This dishware set's pieces fit perfectly into each other so you can pack them up and stuff them in your bag on the go without having them take up a ton of room. They're also lightweight so they can keep you well-fed at camp without weighing you down on the trail.

  • A lightweight cooking set for eating well on your solo backpacking trip
  • Comes with a compact pot, bowl and lidded-cup that fit together
  • Hard-anodized aluminum pot spreads heat evenly for better cooking
  • Talon pot handle folds up for smaller storage space
  • Lightweight design keeps you light on your feet on the trail
  • Item #CAS00CF

aluminum, plastic
hard-anodized aluminum pot, clear strainer lid, insulated mug, DeepDish bowl, folding Talon pot handle
Claimed Weight
Recommended Use
backpacking, weekend camping, winter camping
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 3 years

Tech Specs

California Proposition 65


Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 4

Good to go.

I've used it several times

This backpacking cook set is lightweight, versatile, and compact. I had a difficult time deciding what size pot to get for outdoor cooking, and this one is perfect. From boiling water to cooking ramen, this pot is a perfect size. The cup and bowl are a bit unnecessary in my opinion, especially when I’m trying to pack light, but they make a nice addition when I want to feel like I’m glamping in the backcountry.


The mug looks like it's meant to hold the pocket rocket stove. Is that correct?