Kifaru International

Box Stoves (Stainless Steel)

$350.00$671.00

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Box Stoves

Instant 4 season camping. Kifaru pioneered lightweight, collapsible stoves years ago as a practical, easy way to heat our shelters. They are still among the lightest, most compact backcountry wood stoves ever crafted – a great feature if you backpack, mush or use bush planes. This little furnace does double duty for both warmth and as a rangetop cookstove, and helps dry your gear. It heats our shelters in minutes, transforming your outing into a warm, relaxing, friendly environment.

One of our most significant designs are the pipes (included with stove). A single stainless steel pipe tube provides easy packing and less weight.  Remarkably, a 9 foot pipe can roll down into a 2″ X 14″ tube.

We recommend using the Large Box Stove for our 8 man Tipis and the Medium Box stove for the Sawtooth.

– Requires no tools

– Completely collapsible for compact transport and easy assembly

– Included stove pipe rolls down to 2″ x 14″ and packs away in the included stove bag.

– Stainless steel body, legs & pipes

– Adjustable height legs

– Can be carried inside your backpack

Fuel: anything organic

– Expect burn times of 30-45min when using our box stoves

What’s included in the stove bag:
– Stove body
– Stove legs
– Stove pipe
– Pipe collar
– Cinder screens
– Pipe rings
– All assembly hardware plus a few spare parts

Box Stoves (Stainless Steel) Specs Sheet

14 reviews for Box Stoves (Stainless Steel)

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  1. Steven (verified owner)

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    Stove is meh, a lot of little leaks that allow smoke to go into the tent. Mainly on the corners where the sheet metal is not tightly bent. I bent it a little.tighter to get it to seal better. It’s a back packing tent I wasn’t expecting it to be sealed like a household one

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  4. Bushman

    I’ve used this stove for many years on horse packing trips into the Rocky Mountains in partnership with my Kifaru tipis. A real lifesaver in snow conditions and the ability to dry clothes and gear out quickly is key to staying comfortable. I also used the tipi and stove on my trapline in sub-zero conditions and it did the job. Not a long burning stove but that’s to be expected for a pack stove. Two thumbs up

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  5. Remi

    I’m very happy with the stove i got. It works like a charm once it get going, which can take a while if one is inexperienced. Made a cold freezing day feel like pleasant summer evening inside the tent. Really nice stove.

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