Kifaru International

Smith Cylinder Stove


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Smith Cylinder Stove

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 Ultralight furnace helps dry your gear, and 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 titanium pipe tube provides easy packing and less weight. Remarkably, a 9 foot pipe can roll down into a 2 X 14 tube.

– Requires no tools
– Completely collapsible for compact transport and easy assembly
– Titanium body, legs & pipes, Stainless Steel front and rear plate.
– Included stove pipe rolls down to 2″ x 14″ and packs away in the included stove bag.
– Can be carried inside your backpack
Fuel: anything organic

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

12″ only available for ParaTarp and SuperTarp.

24″ C x 12″ L Body 24″ C x 18″ L Body
14oz 16oz
w/ 48″
1lb 6.4oz 1lb 9oz
w/ 84″
1lb 11.2oz 1lb 13.8oz
Volume 550ci 800ci

(48″ pipe)


(48″ pipe)
(84″ pipe)

10 reviews for Smith Cylinder Stove

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Simon T.

Just had the chance to do the burnout. Easy to assemble. Very light. Can’t wait to try in the sawtooth.

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  1. Tim (verified owner)

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  2. Ben Janson (verified owner)

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    Great stove

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  3. Simon T. (verified owner)

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    Just had the chance to do the burnout. Easy to assemble. Very light. Can’t wait to try in the sawtooth.

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  4. josh kepp

    Nice to have once you figure out the little tricks to make it work nicely!
    lessons learned the hard way for me,
    1. Have tinder on hand for when it burns out completely in the middle of the night.
    2. dont plan on having heat the whole night, you wont sleep much, go to sleep with what you would have on without the stove.
    3. CHECK THE SPARK ARRESTER FOR PINE CREOSOTE BUILD UP! woke up with a tent thick full of smoke and thought the tent was on fire.
    4. in the morning open all baffles and stoke it hot and burn out all the build up in stack and spark arrestor and as an added bonus this burns up all the condensation on the walls.
    5 bring stiff wire to hang and dry boots, socks & gators etc around the top of the center pole where all the heat ends up!

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  5. Alexander Seizovic

    I’d been eyeing this stove for a while and finally pulled the trigger last week to take on a backpacking trip. It was perfect, came in a black Kifaru bag with tab loops to thread compression straps/carabiners for use with my pack. The 18in swallows up decent-sized branches and although it was wet, frozen, and cold I was still able to stay warm. 10/10 this thing will be hard to leave at home

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