When you go camping (manly camping, none of that resort bullshit) you’re sacrificing your connection to the outside world, any sort of sleeping comfort and the cold comfort of a commode. For what? To spend time away from your life with some buddies, huddled around a fire with a couple cold ones. Sooner rather than later, that’s going to mean busting out the grill and a fine collection of encased meats. If it requires cooking and it can’t be grilled, it’s not getting eaten. Unfortunately, you can’t cook and eat everything from a skewer. Which is where Kanz Field Kitchens come in. The concept is simple: integrate military precision design with aluminum and wood to turn a camping stove into a base of operations complete with: wind screen, drawers and dividers for your cookware and a workspace for preparation (and beer storage). Being disconnected doesn’t mean living like a savage.