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Backpacker Magazine – 2010 Editors' Choice/Gear Guide

Editors' Choice Gold Award: Evernew Titanium Non-Stick Cookware

Eat well and carry less with these perfect pots.

by: BACKPACKER Editors

Evernew Titanium Non-Stick Cookware (Steve Howe)
Evernew Titanium Non-Stick Cookware (Steve Howe)

Three indisputable truths: Backpackers love good camp food, love lightweight gear, and hate cleaning pots—especially when half of the meal is burned to the bottom. Let us add a fourth: Backpackers who do any cooking more advanced than boiling water should carry one of Evernew’s cooksets.

The titanium makes them featherlight and nearly as tough as a Dutch oven; the nonstick coating guarantees you’ll never spend an hour chiseling off heat-welded crud; and folding rubberized handles make for easy packing and handling (without easy-to-lose accessories). Yes, there are cheaper non-titanium options, but none that will perform this well and last for decades. And with 34 models of pots, billies, and fry pans to choose from, there’s one for every hiker. Here are three of our favorites (

» Solo Titanium Non-Stick 0.9-Liter Pot ($58; 5 oz.)
Why It’s the thru-hiker standard, with room inside for your stove and canister.

» Two people Titanium Non-Stick 1.9-liter pot with rubberized folding handle ($72; 9 oz.)
Why Accommodates a two-person prepackaged dinner and two hot drinks.

» Group Titanium Non-Stick Pot Set with Handle 1.9L + 2.6L ($150; 1 lb. 3 oz.)
Why Get one pot for boiling water, another for cooking entrees.

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Oct 11, 2011

Hello Jeff: I bought my Evernew Ti non-stick 1.9 pot set (ECA419, includes the frying pan lid) from Cool stuff, great prices and outstanding service by people who know and use the gear. Nothing but nice things to say about Evernew Ti non-stick gear.

DesertDog in Vegas
Nov 04, 2010

Been using the Evernew 1.3L pot for about 10 years and bought a tall 750ml kit last year. Great products and construction. The 'locking' coated handles and D rings work wonderfully. I figured the REI products were made by Evernew, but never looked or asked for proof. Just one look and you know!

Some folks will talk about the poor heat transfer of Titanium and say to use Aluminum - hogwash! Just pair the cooking vessel with the proper burner. The 1.3 goes perfect with my MSR Whisperlite or Superfly. And the 750 pot or 400ml cup get even quicker boil times with my Brunton Talon (and you need the smaller flame spread with these). At least for me, no problems using this combo with a 4oz/100gr IsoPro canister for a weekend trip!

Depending on your boiling needs, you can create a super-light and compact cook kit using the above setup or go ultra-light and just use the 400ml cup and some Esbit tablets. Outside of using an alcohol stove, which I don't feel is so very safe, you won't find a lighter cook kit setup. And it works!

In my opinion, the Evernew/REI cookware is the best stuff out there. Titanium is a bit more expensive, but compared to what you put out for other gear components, it's a bargain!

Tony T
Sep 09, 2010

REI Brand is made by evernew. In fact evernew is stamped on my REI Pasta Pot.

Jul 12, 2010

Backcountry gear carries them

Jeff Ollie
Jun 11, 2010

Where would one purchase these pots? REI and don't carry them and Evernew's web site doesn't sell them direct nor do they list any dealers.

Tony S
Jun 05, 2010

Can these pots be used with an Outback Oven Ultralight? I'm afraid the silicone on the handle will melt, but am wondering if anyone has tried and knows for sure. Thanks.


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