THE ONLY PROPANE FIRE PIT THAT'S BETTER THAN A WOOD FIRE

Get Your Howl
The Howl is a one-of-a-kind propane fire that feels like a campfire.
Finally, an artificial campfire that doesn’t suck.

YOU NEED A HOT PROPANE FIRE PIT

NOT A HEATLESS CAMPFIRE THAT MAKES YOU SHIVER IN A BURN BAN

Maybe that bull elk dragged you through miles of Montana deadfall. Maybe your wheel blew up and you hike-a-biked the Whole Enchilada. Or maybe you set a PR for vert while training for the Hardrock 100.Now that you're back at camp, all you want to do is sit down, get warm, shovel some food in your face and drink a crispy boy.But if there's a burn ban in place, and you don't have a HOWL, you're stuck shivering next to a heatless propane fire pit.

But now it’s dark and cold. All you want to do is sit down, get warm, shovel food in your face, and pour it down with a crispy boy.

The problem? There’s a burn ban in effect. So instead of relaxing next to a roaring wood fire, you’re shivering next to a heatless propane firepit.

Why's your old propane fire pit so cold?

'Cause it only has flames. Flames only make hot air, and when you're outside, all that hot air just rises and blows away. So you never really get warm.

Get Your Howl

YOU NEED A HOT PROPANE FIRE PIT

NOT A HEATLESS CAMPFIRE THAT MAKES YOU SHIVER IN A BURN BAN

Maybe that bull elk dragged you through miles of Montana deadfall. Maybe your wheel blew up and you hike-a-biked the Whole Enchilada. Or maybe you set a PR for vert while training for the Hardrock 100.Now that you're back at camp, all you want to do is sit down, get warm, shovel some food in your face and drink a crispy boy.But if there's a burn ban in place, and you don't have a HOWL, you're stuck shivering next to a heatless propane fire pit.

But now it’s dark and cold. All you want to do is sit down, get warm, shovel food in your face, and pour it down with a crispy boy.

The problem? There’s a burn ban in effect. So instead of relaxing next to a roaring wood fire, you’re shivering next to a heatless propane firepit.

Why's your old propane fire pit so cold?

'Cause it only has flames. Flames only make hot air, and when you're outside, all that hot air just rises and blows away. So you never really get warm.

Get Your Howl

LESSON ONE:

REAL HEAT COMES FROM COALS.

Flames make hot air, but coals are different. They put out intense radiant heat, which is the reason you have to back away from a hot wood fire.

The bright red glow of a wood coal is the light you can see. But coals glow even brighter in the invisible Infrared spectrum. These Infrared lightwaves vibrate at the perfect frequencies for heating up water. And since you're made of water, wood coals make you warm.

THE PROBLEM:

HOW DO YOU MAKE COAL HEAT WITH PROPANE?

No one had ever done it before. So we built a team of engineers from MIT and Cornell, a legend of backpacking stove design, and a few other like-minded delinquents. Then we got to work.

For years, our team created mathematical models and built prototypes in CAD and metal. We tinkered, tested, failed and tried again. Twice we nearly gave up at the sheer implausibility.

But against all odds, it finally came together. The result is an entirely new technology.

HOWL'S SOLUTION TO COLD FIRE PITS: BARCOAL® TECHNOLOGY

Those glowing red tubes are our patent-pending BarCoal® Technology. They absolutely rip at 1200+ºF, which is the same temperature as wood coals. That's how they crank out thigh-melting heat.

BarCoal is the world's first naturally aspirated, miniaturized, and portable radiant tube heating system. It works without fans or electricity. That means you can have a completely analog campfire experience anywhere on earth – just like a wood fire.

Yes, I Want A Thigh Melter

THE HOWL CRANKS OUT HEAT…

IN THE GNARLIEST CONDITIONS IMAGINABLE

And this is where it's actually better than a wood fire. Because you know what happens if you leave the HOWL out in a deluge? It lights right up and delivers thigh-melting heat. No wood fire on earth can do that.

In 120 mph gusts, BarCoal stays lit and keeps on pumping out photon heat that cuts straight through the wind. Compare that with a wood fire. And say it dumps a foot of snow on your camp overnight. Just dust off your HOWL, light it, and you’ll get warm within minutes. Ever tried that with a wood fire?

THE HOWL CRANKS OUT HEAT…

IN THE MIDDLE OF A BURN BAN*

For the first time in history, you can have a real campfire experience in the middle of a burn ban.

How is that possible? Unlike a lot of firepits on the market, the HOWL has been fully tested and certified by a third-party laboratory (UL) and proven to meet the rigorous international ANSI standards, which are designed to help keep campers and forests safe.

*While it complies with all federal regulations for Stage II Burn Bans, always check your local regulations.

THE HOWL CRANKS OUT HEAT…

IN PLACES YOU CAN’T LEAVE ASH

You can now have a real campfire experience in places you never could. We're talking about:

- the A-Basin beach
- your favorite trailhead
- that parking lot you "camped" in the night of your ultra
- that field you "camped" in at that music festival
- your back patio

The HOWL keeps the ground cool and leaves nothing behind, so you can circle up with your crew anywhere.

NO MORE DRIVING WITH AN UNHINGED PROPANE TANK

EASILY AND SAFELY TRAVEL WITH YOUR PROPANE TANK

Here's what you don't need: a giant explosive bowling ball rolling around in the back of your rig, smashing up your stuff with every bump and corner, making you wonder how close it's actually getting to blowing up. 

You need that thing stabilized. Your tank's manufacturer demands it, saying you can only transport it with the valve pointing up. But then they make that base so small, all it wants to do is tip. So what are you supposed to do?

I want a huckable Firepit

NO MORE DRIVING WITH AN UNHINGED PROPANE TANK

EASILY AND SAFELY TRAVEL WITH YOUR PROPANE TANK

Here's what you don't need: a giant explosive bowling ball rolling around in the back of your rig, smashing up your stuff with every bump and corner, making you wonder how close it's actually getting to blowing up. 

You need that thing stabilized. Your tank's manufacturer demands it, saying you can only transport it with the valve pointing up. But then they make that base so small, all it wants to do is tip. So what are you supposed to do?

I want a huckable Firepit

THE HOWL PUTS THAT TANK IN ITS PLACE

A big round cylinder just isn't a stable shape. But you know what shape is stable? A cube. When you strap your HOWL and propane tank together, they form a single cube-shaped unit that packs up steady, just like a cooler.

Want to drive fast, drift turns, crawl rocks, and huck your truck? No sweat. Just ratchet the HOWL-tank combo into your vehicle's tie points and haul ass.

No more taking rocks for a ride

Hauling wood is one thing. Strap down a bundle or two and you can still huck your truck. But rocks are a different story. They're terrible to travel with, yet most propane firepits are sold with them.

If you've ever driven with one of these firepits, you know what happens next. A stretch of washboard, and your entire vehicle gets coated with chalky lava moon dust. Or hit that cattle grate, and your rocks get tossed all over.

The Howl doesn't use rocks, so there's no irritating mess to clean up. Just strap it in like a bundle of wood and start exploring.