Evernew Pots & Mugs

8 reviews
$59.95 Weight 3.3 oz / 93.0 g


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Cold prepackaged meals aren’t enough to sustain you during long hikes. Evernew titanium pots and mugs are top of the line ultralight backpacking cookware. Power your adventure with more than just peanut butter and granola.

  • Easy measurement lines are imprinted in the side of the pot.

  • Pour spout groove

  • Insulated folding handle with heat resistant silicone grips.

  • The .6L, .9L and 1.3L sizes all nest perfectly one inside the next, if you need more than one.

  • Besides being extremely light, titanium does not rust or wear easily.

  • These are not the non-stick version, which means they are lighter and you don't need to worry about scratching them up or wearing out the lining.

  • An Evernew mesh stuff sack is included, and adds about .56 ounces (16 grams).

  • Consider adding a Zpacks Dyneema Composite Fabric stuff sack. Our Dyneema Composite Fabric stuff sacks are just .14 ounces (4 grams), plus they are waterproof so any soot or sticky residue from your fuel or campfire doesn't get all over your gear.

  • Looking for a different size pot?  Check out our other sizes.

  • Made in Japan.

400ml

Model: 400FD

Volume: 400 ml (1.7 cups)

Outer Dimensions: 4" wide x 2.4" tall (10.2 cm x 6 cm)

Inside Diameter ~3.7" (9.4 cm)

Mug Weight: 1.7 oz (48 g)

570ml

Model: 570FD

Volume: 570 ml (2.4 cups)

Outer Dimensions: 4.75" wide x 2.5" tall (12 cm x 6.4 cm)

Inside Diameter ~4.3" (10.9 cm)

Mug Weight: 1.9 oz (54 g)

.6L

Model: ECA251

Dimensions: 5.3" wide x 2.6" tall (13.5 cm x 6.6 cm


Volume: .6 Liters / 2.54 cups


Pot Weight: 2.4 ounces (68 grams)


Lid Weight: .88 ounces (25 grams)


Total Pot Weight: 3.3 ounces (93 grams)

.9L

Model: ECA252


Dimensions: 5.6" wide x 3" tall (13.5 cm x 7.6 cm)


Volume: .9 Liters / 3.8 cups


Pot Weight: 2.84 ounces (81 grams)


Lid Weight: 1.22 ounces (35 grams)


Total Pot Weight: 4.06 ounces (116 grams)

1.3L

Model: ECA253


Dimensions: 6.25" wide x 3.5" tall (15.9 cm x 8.9 cm)


Volume: 1.3 Liters / 5.5 cups


Pot Weight: 3.39 oz (96 g)


Lid Weight: 1.22 oz (35 g)


Total Pot Weight: 4.6 oz (131 g)

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AL
10/17/2022
Alexandra L.
United States

Amazing!

The perfect pot for a thru hike, or even an overnighter! Someone once told me that if your pot can't hold two packets of ramen, it's not big enough - this one can! It also has the spout, and you won't get burned food or hands. I love the handles and that it's a shallow pot. Great for storing things during the day, and then amazing when you are ravenous at the end! Even after finishing my thru hike I bought this because it has every single thing I need,

MV
10/08/2022
Marc V.
United States United States

Smooth sipping

After decades of using a plastic cup with a smooth rim, I was worried this mug’s rim would be too sharp. It isn’t … it’s perfect for sipping. And of course it’s a lot lighter than my old mug. Very happy.

GL
04/12/2022
Guylaine L.
Canada Canada

Petite marmite

Conforme à la description et ultra-léger... j'ai hâte de l'essayer

DL
02/23/2022
David L.
United States United States

Nice little .6L mug

Nice mug! Very light! Small fuel canister nests nicely inside.

TP
11/10/2021
Thomas P.
Australia Australia

Z Pack Tarp - your largest size offering 8.5 x 10 ft flat

Bought it specifically for the weight and to provide shelter awning to tent to enable sorting gear in inclement weather. First use weekend just past 6,7,8 November. Heavy storms and rain so worked perfect as a verandah in tandom with my Tarpent tent which has a large vestibule. Not a show stopper but it appears that the additional anchorage tags were glued to the underside of the tarp!! (Underside of Zpack label and seal seam - unless of course they are ment as tie downs on the underside). Friends on the trip who have a 2 person Zpack tent were impressed with weight but thinking about buying 2 tarps the same size and stitching together as they want a bigger Tarp. Will see how it goes in the mountains of Tassies West Coast this coming January 22. So far so good. regards Tom P

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