Evernew Ti Ultralight Deep Pot .6L

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Evernew's Ti Ultralight Deep Pot .6L page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Ultralight titanium pots. Insulated handle with heat resistant silicon. Mesh stuff sack included. Dimensions: 4.9" x 2.05" (0.6 L), 5.35" x 2.52" (0.9 L). and 5.91" x 3.03" (1.3 L). Wt: 3.4 oz (0.6 L), 4.1 oz (0.9 L), and 4.6 oz (1.3 L).

- Mountains Plus

Made of durable titanium with silicone-covered handles, Evernew's Titanium UltraLight Deep Pots are perfect for ultralight backcountry excursions. An EPI CSSA stove and canister 3.88oz/110g or 2 gas canisters 3.88oz/110g will nest into the 0.6L Pot and an EPI gas canister 8.11oz/230g will fit into the 0.9L Pot. Includes a nylon stuff sack.

- CampSaver.com

Whip up a tasty helping of comfort food in the backcountry using your non-stick Evernew Titanium Ultralight Deep Pot. This sturdy pot packs easily into its mesh stuff sac so you have the ideal tool for throwing together a stew, some morning oatmeal, or some coffee for a cowboy. An insulated handle wrapped in heat-resistant silicon means no toasted fingers when its time to sample your masterpiece and side measurements help you guestimate your ingredients. Pop on the nested lid and hold in helpful heat so you can cook quickly and turn in before the wolves start howling.

- Backcountry.com

Evernew Ti Ultralight Deep Pot .6L

previously retailed for:
$46.75 - $58.64

The Evernew Ti Ultralight Deep Pot .6L is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 31, 2017 at CampSaver.com.

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