Introduction Most hardcore solo ultralight hikers choose miniscule, titanium “pots” that are more appropriately described as “cups”. However, this style remains on the fringe and the defacto standard for a...
By Backpacking Light
"For hiking partners who share their cooking gear, the "fringe" seems to get by on a single 1.5-L pot, but many duos like the convenience of a two pot system so two courses can be prepared simultaneously (e.g., on two stoves) or in an efficient production line (where one pot is on the stove while the other is serving actively as an eating bowl for the food just cooked)." Reviewed herein: MSR Duralite, Backpacker's Pantry Evolution Soloist, Snow Peak Trek Combo (including Ti & NS), and MSR Titan Mini.
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