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GSI Outdoors Crossover Kitchen Kit Cookware Accessory Item # GSI31204
$34.94
$34.94

Availability: In Stock!

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Availability: In Stock!

Ships Tuesday.
A lightweight "everything you need" option for backcountry or campground mealtimes, the GSI Outdoors Crossover Kitchen Kit helps you cook, spice and clean with ease. A nesting design neatly and conveniently stows as a single unit.
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A lightweight "everything you need" option for backcountry or campground mealtimes, the GSI Outdoors Crossover Kitchen Kit helps you cook, spice and clean with ease. A nesting design neatly and conveniently stows as a single unit.

The GSI Outdoors Crossover Kitchen Kit includes a scraper, scouring pad, cutting board, tongs, serving spoon, spatula, squeeze bottles, spice containers, a camp towel and a zippered storage tote.

    Set includes:
  • Compact scraper
  • Scouring pad
  • Cutting board
  • Pivot tongs
  • Pivot spoon
  • Pivot Spatula
  • Spicer
  • Soap bottle
  • Oil bottle
  • Camp towel
  • Tote
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Reviews

3 Item(s)

Likes: Very convenient, keeps everything together and is lightweight and compact.

Dislikes: My spice shaker cap was broken on arrival..

Reviewed by Inside Edge M. - September 11, 2014

Likes: What a great little set. It contains just about everything you need to prepare a nice little "Backcountry" meal. There's plenty of room in the pouch to fit in a couple more spice shakers and oil bottles to switch up your meals a bit. This also fits nicely in the GSI Outdoors Bugaboo Backpacker Cook System pouch as well!

Dislikes: It's not really a "dislike", but you might as well throw in the little collapsable whisk as well! That would pretty much complete the kit!

Reviewed by Joseph L. - September 4, 2013

Likes: This utensil kit is compact and sturdy. The quality is much better than I expected

Dislikes: Slightly difficult to "unlock" the handles to reford.

Reviewed by Jack A. - December 5, 2011