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GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Soloist Cook System Item # GSI32202

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An all-in-one cook set, the GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Soloist Cook System allows backpackers to trim weight without skimping on meals. The nesting system includes an aluminum pot, an integrated cup/bowl and a telescoping eating utensil.



A durable, dependable all-in-one cook set, the GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Soloist Cook System allows solo hikers to trim packed weight without skimping on backcountry meals. A hard-anodized aluminum pot attends to cooking and an integrated cup/bowl allows you to enjoy your meal.

Weighing just 10.9 ounces, the Pinnacle Soloist Cook System includes everything needed for a single diner. The entire system nests into an integrated unit that measures just 5.0" x 5.4" x 5.5" and leaves room to stow a lightweight cooking stove and fuel canister (both sold separately).

Each GSI Outdoors Pinnalce Soloist Cook System includes a 1.1 liter pot, a strainer/Sip-It lid, a 14 ounce insulated BPA-free cup/bowl, a GSI Telescoping Foon and a stove bag.

  • Convenient, folding handle locks into place for cooking and secures entire set inside cook pot for transport
  • Welded stuff sack holds set while traveling and doubles as a sink or wash basin in camp
  • Crush-proof, heat-resistant nylon lid will not bend up and fold in packs and includes an integrated strainer
  • Unique bowl+mug solution with low center of gravity and sip-it lid virtually eliminate spills while the insulating sleeve keeps drinks hot
  • Hard-anodized aluminum with Teflon with Radiance coating
  • BPA free
  • Weighs 10.9 ounces
  • Includes one 1.1 liter pot with folding handle, one mug/bowl with sip-it lid, one telescoping foon, one stove bag, one strainer lid and one stuff sack/camp sink



8 Item(s)

Likes: Very light, packs away perfectly in my pack and has everything I need for myself.

Dislikes: My only quip with it would be that the lid did not attach to the cup/ bowl and that would be nice for sipping on coffee or keeping things warm. You can hold it in place on top, it just doesnt attach though.

Reviewed by Inside Edge M. - October 18, 2014

Likes: Super lightweight and durable! used several times.

Dislikes: Nothing

Reviewed by Inside Edge M. - August 27, 2014

Likes: Small and durable. Perfect for 1 person thats why its called soloist lol. Everything fits back into the bag every time!

Dislikes: Nothing

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - December 20, 2013

Likes: As usual, this GSI cookset is a great value. System is fairly light, the non-stick pot surface is great for ease of cleanup when you are doing more than just boiling water and the included bowl/mug works well enough.

Dislikes: Not a fan of the form and feel of the "foon" and it's a really tight fight with a regular sized 8oz fuel canister and a tiny stove. Feels like it should be only slightly taller - although if you have a bigish stove you will probably need to go with the 4oz canister anyway and you would have plenty of room.

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - April 22, 2013

Likes: Its just as describided, small, lightweight and sturdy. The sfork works...

Dislikes: nothing

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - December 6, 2012

Likes: Worked perfectly on a 3 day bp trip. Look forward to using on other trips in the future. My Snowpeak Gigga Power fit inside just perfect with the bowl and small bic lighter.

Dislikes: Spoon is not the greatest but works.

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - August 13, 2012

Likes: I have not used this yet, but i also have the pinnacle backpacker and this is the same high quality

Dislikes: Nothing

Reviewed by Michael B. - August 11, 2012

Likes: It has all the functionality and user friendliness you expect from GSI products. A good blend of size between the minimalist and the upper units.

Dislikes: Nothing

Reviewed by Noah R. - July 19, 2012