MSR  WindPro II Backpacking Stove

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The MSR WindPro™ II backpacking stove maintains the efficiency and versatility of the original WindPro while adding the ability to burn inverted fuel canisters for cold-weather performance.


  • Easy to operate—no priming, pre-heating or pressurizing is necessary; attach an isobutane-propane canister and start cooking (canister not included)
  • Includes a stand for inverting isobutane-propane canisters for better cold weather performance and more consistent output over the life of each canister
  • At only 6.6 oz., the WindPro II is the lightest remote canister stove on the market
  • Wide burner head evenly distributes the flame for scorch-free cooking
  • Includes windscreen and heat reflector for increased operating performance; windscreen is designed to accommodate cookware up to 10 in. in diameter
  • 3 legs/pot supports fan out to form a stable 6 in. cooking surface; folds for compact storage
  • Flame is easily adjusted from a steady simmer to a full boil; long fuel line keeps control valve well away from the flame
  • MSR WindPro II stove is totally field maintainable; every stove part is designed to be taken apart and easily replaced in the field
  • Weight includes stove, not the canister
  • Due to flammable item shipping restrictions, we cannot sell fuel canisters online; they are available at REI retail stores
  • Fuel not included

Made in USA.

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Technical Specs

Item #830343
Best Use


Fuel Type




Auto Ignition


Burn Time (Max Flame)

(8 oz. of fuel) 1 hr. 10 sec.

Average Boil Time (1L)



6.5 x 5 x 4 inches


6.6 ounces

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