Fireside Outdoor Trailblazer Fire Pan and Grill


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Description

The Fireside Outdoor Trailblazer Fire Pan and Grill is a small and lightweight campfire stove/fire pit. Almost zero commercial products exist that can easily fit in the back of a kayak and also satisfy river permit requirements for a fire pan. While originally designed for hiking and camping, the Trailblazer Fire Pit is versatile enough to satisfy ranger requirements for trips like Westwater Canyon. Includes collapsible fire pit, heat shield, and grill.

Features
  • Set-Up Time: 90 Seconds
  • Cool Down Time: 90 Seconds
  • Meets BLM, NPS, USFS Fire Pan Regulations
  • Replacement Mesh sold separately
Specifications
Pan dimensions 12" x 12" 30.5 cm
Packed dimensions 14" x 4" x 4" 35.5 cm
Height 11" 28 cm
Total weight 3.2 lbs 1.5 kg
Materials 304 stainless steel/aircraft aluminum

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