When it comes to ultralight and strong, there is no better choice than titanium. It is 50 percent stronger than steel but weighs less than anything else available. One of the easiest ways to incorporate titanium into your backpacking gear is via a set of titanium pots. They are affordable, durable, and will last you a lifetime. They are also naturally corrosion-resistant, inert, and do not absorb food odors. While steel pots are heavy and aluminum leeches into your food, titanium is the gold standard that doesn't compromise on performance.
We offer two sizes depending on your needs. First, our 750 ml pot is perfect for single backpackers and will boil 2.5 cups of water for all your dehydrated meals. If you want more room to work with or are traveling with a partner, the 1,100 ml pot will boil 4 cups of water. The wider size is also perfect if you prefer to cook your own backcountry meals from scratch.
We also designed the pots to give you plenty of nesting options. The smaller 750 ml pot will perfectly nest a 100 g (3.5 oz.) fuel canister and a small backpacking stove. The larger 1,100 ml pot will nest the larger 230 g (8 oz.) fuel canisters as well as a stove and lighter/fire steel. The 750 ml pot will also nest inside the 1,100 ml if you want lots of cooking options or are traveling with a bigger group. If you have any specific nesting questions, shoot us an email and we'll do our best to help.
Finally, each pot includes stamped measurement markings, folding handles, a fitted lid with a small stand-up handle, and a mesh storage sack.
If you think these sound like the perfect backcountry pots, you're right! We promise they will be the last camping pots you'll ever buy!
My wife and I are using this setup for a 4 night tent camp/thru hike in Iceland's volcanic highlands. I've paired it with a 230gram iso/pro fuel cannister and an MSR Pocket Rocket 2 burner. Most meals consist of rehydrating meals from Pinnacle and PackitGourmet (also highly recommended) but with a Trangia spirit burner I could see actually cooking some things with this setup. I could not be happier with the compactness and weight of the total system, of which the Paria 1.1L pot is a critical component. Just right for boiling enough water for rehydrating two entrees at night or good breakfast for two plus hot water for coffee in the mornings.
Side note: I've ordered several things from Paria for this trip and could not be happier with their pricing, shipping times, and the overall quality of the products when they arrive. Kinda great to support a smaller player in a rather large market that's positively awash with larger mass producers that still ask for bespoke/boutique prices. It makes Paria a rarity. I'll be back for more.
Awesome pot, well made, and reasonably priced. The 750ml cooking pot fit a 100g canister of fuel, and my MSR stove which kept everything in one place backpacking.
I have both pots. Solid, reliable so far.
Note that while the description notes that these pots nest into each other, they are not a perfect fit.
What they are designed for is the two different size of compressed gas canisters, as advertised.
I've been pleased with my Paria Outdoors products so far.
I used it this weekend and am happy,
As a side note to improve….I do think that when using it on an msr whisperlite it would be helpful if the handles were longer, to try and move further away from heat output puts the pot close to falling off the stand.
This is a lightweight pot, and holds a meal for two excellently. Fuel cannister also nestles appropriately inside while packed up. Perfect for two person backpacking.