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Frontier Ultralight Camp Kitchen

Maximize your mealtime and minimize your pack size with the all-new award-winning Frontier cookware and dinnerware collection. Ultralight, packable, and ergonomic camp kitchen gear designed for off-the-path adventures.
$19.95
$29.95-$34.95
Frontier Ultralight Camp Kitchen
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Frontier Ultralight Camp Kitchen
Frontier Ultralight Camp Kitchen
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Frontier Ultralight Camp Kitchen
Frontier Ultralight Camp Kitchen
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Frontier Ultralight Camp Kitchen

Minimize Your Pack So You Can Maximize Your MealsFrontier Cookware and Dinnerware

The Frontier Collection takes light, functional cookware, and dinnerware into a whole new territory. Beautifully engineered collapsible pots with full-function handles. Heat-efficient rigid pots with ceramic non-stick finishes. Ergonomic, lightweight bowls and cups that collapse down to take a minimalist position in your pack.

Functional details abound - from the ingenious LidKeep to the security of the Click-Safe Handle.

If you have reached the point of feeling comfortable in your abilities and camp kitchen system, you may be ready to explore a new Frontier.

Frequently Asked questions

What size pot works for 1 or 2 person ultralight backpacking?

The 1.3L pot is fine for 2-person ultralight meals (especially if you keep cooked ingredients warm in a bowl set in a larger bowl of very hot water while others are cooking). If you want a simpler cooking experience, go for the 2L version.

Is ceramic-coated aluminum cookware safer than non-coated aluminum?

For those with health concerns, ceramic-coated aluminum is preferable to uncoated aluminum. Those Frontier cookware items that do not have a ceramic coating are hard anodized to prevent a consumer coming into contact with aluminum.

Is it safe to cook acidic foods in the Frontier hard-anodized aluminum camp cookware?

The interior of the rigid Frontier pots has a ceramic non-stick coating; the collapsible pot and kettle are hard anodized. Acidic foods (which have a relatively low level of acidity) will not come into contact with the aluminum; it is perfectly safe to cook with them.

What are the minimum cook set items I need for ultralight backpacking?

A 1.3L pot or 1.1L kettle, a spork and a (collapsible) cup can produce some great meals with a little ingenuity. Our team would insist on adding the pour-over filter…

Can the Frontier hard-anodized aluminum camp cookware be used over an open flame/campfire?

The latch release of the Click Safe handle is made of nylon, and would be damaged by being used over an open fire. We would strongly advise against use of this kind.

What's the best way to clean hard-anodized cook sets while camping?

The ceramic non-stick coating of rigid Frontier pots should prevent food being burned on to the surface; soaking the pots should remove most residue. Wash in water/biodegradable soap, dry thoroughly and store in a critter-proof location.

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