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neoTrekk BigStik Hiking Staff, External Frame StackPack, PillBottle Stove, Koozy Kitchen Kit
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$89 - Koozy Kitchen Kit - Free postage for USA addresses.
$20 - International Address Postage for one or two Koozy Kitchen Kits.

$39 - PillBottle Stove - Free postage for USA addresses.
$15 - International Address Postage for one or two PillBottle Stoves.

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$68.95 - AnyWhere Stove - Free postage for USA addresses.
$20 - International Address Postage for one or two AnyWhere Stoves.

Koozy Kitchen Kit

The Koozy Kitchen Kit is optimized for heating and eating storable food packs... wet or dry bagged or canned foods like freeze-dried, MREs, Compleats, or home-made. Whether you are backpacking on local trails or doing the PCT, you will have more fun cooking with an ULTRALIGHT and RELIABLE and SIMPLE camping kitchen.

* compact, rugged, weighs 1 pound, and only 1.5lb with 5 days of fuel.
* includes the Two-Burner Multi-Fuel PillBottle Stove with 4 alcohol absorbent firebrick Tablets.
* the Jar has plenty of room to store a second PillBottle Stove.
* lowest fuel use: 8oz alcohol for 2 people for 5 days making 2 hot meals + 2 hot coffee per day.
* two 18oz stainless steel pots with long folding handles that stay cool.
* You can heat both pots at the same time with a pair of Tablets under each.
* Insulation wrapped plastic quart jar with screw top lid.
* includes a fuel bottle, 2 long wood sporks, matchbook, and a tall windscreen with ground pin.
* the heat soak process transfers maximum BTUs into the food bag, none into steam.
* you donít have to sit and watch over the food while itís being heated.
* produces a hot meal using less of your time and less fuel than any other kit.
* wet entrees like a Hormel Compleats tray will fit into the jar.
* no water gets dumped and no pots or cups to wash.
* no chance of contaminating your food.
* you can do other things while your food is heating up, no babysitting the stove.
* if chores pop up, your food will stay hot for 30 minutes or more in the koozy jar.
* you end up with 12oz of purified water to make cocoa, etc, if you cooked an MRE or wet food bag or tray.

Meal Prep Technique using the Koozy Kitchen Kit: 1) Put your food bag, MRE, or Compleats tray, or bag of freeze-dried into the quart koozy jar. 2) Next, fill the SS cup about 3/4 full of water. 3) Sit the SS cup on two stacked PillBottle Stove Tablets and light with a sparker or match. ...use the big windscreen if necessary. ...5-6 minutes later when the water starts making bubbles, pour it into your freezedried food bag or ...into the koozy jar to heat up an MRE or other sealed food bags or cans or trays. ...blow out the flames... then screw the lid on the koozy jar to keep the heat in. ...about 30 seconds later the Tablets are cool to pick up and put back into the pill bottle. ...pour some fuel into the pill bottle to recharge the half empty Tablets.

Now you can get a few chores done - Put up your tent, take pictures, etc, while the hot water totally heat soaks your food (~10 minutes).
* When youíre ready to eat, unscrew the lid, cut open your food bag and use the included wood spork to eat right out of the bag inside the jar while the koozy keeps your hand comfortable and the food hot.
* Last, use the boiled/purified water left inside the jar to make cocoa/etc, or let it cool and drink it later.
The PillBottle Two-Burner
Multi-Fuel Stove

...drop your pack, in 6-7 minutes you have 24oz hot water.

...heat a tea kettle at home or soda can in camp.

...windscreen grips the pot, 5 minutes or 3 minutes?

parts fit in the pill bottle, aluminum pots cook fast.

yummy marshmallows, carryon - will burn hand sanitizer.

1) PillBottle Stove Video - Cook a Big Pot
2) PillBottle Stove Video - Cook a Big Pot Faster
3) PillBottle Stove Video - Monster Flames
4) PillBottle Stove Video - No More Fire
5) PillBottle Stove Video - Hands On Cooking
6) Canister Stove Video - Forest Flame Thrower
7) PillBottle Stove Video - Roast Marshmallows
8) PillBottle Stove Video - Light My Fire
9) PillBottle Stove Video - Tea Time
10) PillBottle Stove Video - 12 oz 5 Minute Boil

Add the PillBottle Stove to your gearset, and you will have more fun camping. You recharge your phone, you recharge your battery bank, why not get a stove you can recharge? The first new-generation backpacking stove. What you get: a click-top pill bottle, four big Tablets that soak up fuel and can be recharged hundreds of times, a metal windscreen that grips around your pot, two fiberglass patches that block fuel from seeping into the ground. And a full color label with tech advice and operating guidelines.

No prep, no assembly... you have the hot water for four servings of freeze dried meals 6 minutes after you pull it out of your pack. Cooks two pots at the same time. A stack of two Tablets full of 99% alcohol under a pot will have flames for 15-17 minutes. Efficient: eight ounces of denatured alcohol will cook for 2 people for 5 days of 2 hot meals + 2 hot coffee. The PillBottle Stove has no failure modes or maintenance needed. Multi-fuel: you can use laquer thinner, turpentine, gasoline, kerosene, Right Guard Sport, hand sanitzer, acetone, and more. Can't spill or leak- legal in carryon luggage. The Tablets are not affected by low temperatures... they still light up fast.

When your crew will be cooking big fancy meals, you need your powerful canister stoves. But also pack a PillBottle Stove (only 4 oz) so the camper who wants a cup of special tea can make her own in five minutes, or the guy with allergies can be eating his favorite freeze dried entree 14 minutes after unzipping his pack.

The PillBottle Two-Burner Stove has no valves, no seams to leak, no smells, no soot, no spills, can't corrode or crush. And FAST - take it out of your pack and be cooking 30 seconds later. Tablets in the PillBottle stashed in your closet will stay saturated for years.

The PillBottle Stove Tablets soak up the fuel and produce no soot when you stack 2 Tablets infused with denatured alcohol, which is the optimum fuel for price/performance. If you have a BIG pot you can use two stacks of 2 Tablets for stability and fast cooking. If you need to use 99% isopropyl, you can put two Tablets flat beside each other to reduce the soot. You can mix different alcohols together. You can use Right Guard Sport to soak the Tablets. It burns with no soot. If you are lucky enough to live where you can buy 190 proof ethanol liquor (EverClear), it never makes soot in any stove. (...and also can be mixed with other beverages!). In a pinch, you can use laquer thinner, turpentine, gasoline, kerosene, etc. All of these heat fast but leave soot on your pot. (Hint: The easy way to remove soot and heat stains is scrubbing with 'Fast Orange Hand Cleaner with Pumice'.)

A canister stove is faster - under a one quart pot (total weight 20oz) you get 24oz of 200 degree water in 3 minutes. But that stove+pot weighs 1/2 pound more in your pack. So, what's more important to you... 2 minutes or 8 ounces?

Done cooking? Take the pot off and you can blow out the Tablets or drop a cup upside down over them. Cool enough to pick up in 30 seconds. Put the Tablets back into the pill bottle. If you need to do more cooking, fill the pill bottle with fuel to recharge the Tablets. It takes only 10 minutes for the Tablets to soak up the added fuel and be ready to cook again. Each Tablet can store about 10 grams of fuel.

You gotta get that tent up?...but want a cup of hot cocoa? Clear off a spot on the ground, set one Tablet with the windscreen around it and set your small mug on top. No need to watch over it. 10-12 minutes later... the tent is up, the fire is out, and you have your hot cocoa. Or, after dinner, light all four Tablets spread out on a big rock, everyone grab a stick, and roast marshmallows for dessert!

Gear reliability in the wild is important. The stove in your backpack could be one of the popular canister stoves that have: folding arms that can break, a rubber gasket that can leak fuel, a valve that won't close tight, a breakable plastic folding stand. And that high pressure fuel canister has a schrader valve that can leak out all the fuel. Love your Esbit Stove? The PillBottle Stove: 1) takes less volume in your pack, 2) weighs less, 3) cooks faster, 4) never stinks, and 5) boil-overs will not extinguish the flames.

[Gwen Patton, Jeffersonville, PA] "I think it's fair to say that I really like this stove! I once needed to use a RUCAS open-bathtub style pot pressurized alcohol stove to make coffee and such when our power was out for a week. I didn't accidentally bash it off the table, setting myself and the house aflame. But with your stove, there's nothing to spill all over the place. The stones are totally manageable. I think this stove is genius. Simple, straightforward, and painfully obvious when your first see it, but genius."

The soda-can alcohol stove is very popular. After a while new users will learn: 1) to guess how much alcohol to pour in and only spill a little, 2) to check that no seams are leaking, 3) the tricks to get it lit, 4) to wait several minutes until the blue flames shoot out the tiny holes, then 5) set the pot (at least 5" diameter!) on top. (The PillBottle Stove can use a beer can for a pot with no soot.) Now, you have to watch it constantly and be ready to lift up the pot if water might boil over and down into the stove and put out the fire. When done, you must wait for the stove and remaining fuel to cool down. Then, remember to pour the (diluted?) alcohol back into your fuel bottle (unless the stove tipped over and spilled and started a forest fire.

The PillBottle Stove Tablets are durable. We dropped two Tablets into a wood bucket 100 times and that produced a 1/10 gram of flakes from the corners. Breaking?...if you have strong hands you can break a tablet in half, but the two halves still cook just as good. Freezing temps? Warm them in your pocket for a few minutes and they will light and burn just as hot. High altitude? No problem, but less oxygen means cooking will take a little longer.
AnyWhere Stove
3-Burner / Multi-Fuel

The AnyWhere Stove is compact and powerful and great for big pots or little cups. The paintcan will not leak so pack it up and take it anywhere. Use it anywhere... in camp or on the stove in your kitchen. You set the Stones on a fireproof surface, set the pot on top and light your fire. Over the past year our PillBottle Stove customers have messaged that they would like a version that could be used under their BIG pots. We finished our testing and now we are selling the Anywhere Stove. The big Stones are 3" across so your big pot will be stable... put both under a huge pot. When the 1/2 liter paintcan is filled with 12oz of fuel, total weight is 20oz. You can make 2 hot meals + 2 coffees per day for 3 people for 5 days. That is 60 hot food servings. Or boil 10 liters of water and cook some crawdads!

Inside the one-pint plastic paint can are four rechargeable fuel Stones. Two large and two small, plus four ground patches, and a windscreen. (We also include a quarter coin - the best way to pop off the lid on the paintcan.) You can cook three pots at the same time. The two small Stones are perfect for smaller cups and mugs, and the big stones provide a stable base for big pots and pans.

The leakproof paint can holds 12oz fuel in the four saturated Stones plus liquid when filled to the top. A large Stone hold 2 ounces of fuel that will flame for 20 minutes, and will absorb another 2 ounces of fuel in 10 minutes, so you can have a continuous big flame for 2 hours with the paint can full of fuel. You can use any flammable liquid to charge up the Stones. (...please read the PillBottle Stove description for all the tech data on fuels.) The plastic paint can does not leak even if banged around in the saddle bag on a Harley. You can put the Anywhere Stove in your bug-out bag and it will be full of fuel years later, ready to heat up your emergency food. If another big freeze shuts off your electricity, you can set the fuel Stones on top of your kitchen stove and cook your food with no danger of fuel spilling and catching fire.

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Questions? Call or Txt 979.900.6280 or email sales@neotrekk.com

"My Big Stick has been a constant companion and joy on the hiking trails of SW Ohio and Michigan. This year we received a lot of light snow/warm/cold days, so all the trails are iced over and difficult to walk without assistance. Thank you for making such a superb item." - E. Willis - 2/15/2022 - purchased 2/15/2017.

-The key job of a hiking pole is: PREVENT FALLS!
-The BigStik TwinWall does that job better than any other hiking tool.

• lifetime breakage warranty - we send you a new Section.
  • feels good in your hand, builds trust in your brain.
    • surface spiral pattern for a secure grip anywhere.
      • joints have zero wiggle and impossible to collapse.
        •10,000+ mile Monster Carbide tip sticks everywhere.
          • a short packed-up length of 18 inches.
            • instant height changes with Prussik Hand Strap.
              • long list of options & accessories.
                • US Patent: 8,136,542 and Made In USA.
                  • Never feels hot in sunshine or cold in winter.
                    • BigStiks have been on the trail since 2008.

$279.95 - TwinWall 56" BigStik™ - A packable hiking staff with four Sections (add more below...) that won't break - even if you smack a coconut open, or whack a bear between the ears, or do chin-ups, or compete in a BoStaff battle.

Pack lifts off patented Hook Belt.

'OneKG' StackPack 66 liter
Modular Ultralight Backpack
$429 - StackPack 'OneKG' (2.2lbs) 66 liter Modular Ultralight Backpack with Adjustable Sizing, 3 Barrel Bags and Hook Belt.
(21st Anniversary Special: We include these free accessories: PCT FrontPack, Foldout Campchair SitPad, and Two Backbands).

At 35 ounces the StackPack is lighter than any other 66 liter pack you can buy. And, the 66 liter capacity is all inside the waterproof Barrel Bags, we are not adding in the volume of mesh pockets, flaps, etc, like other packs do. The StackPack weighs a pound less than every popular pack that has half the capacity. And you can take the frame apart to fit into a 16" pizza box or a small tent bag for airline carryon or global shipping. Fast and easy to re-assemble. The volume of the three Barrel Bags delivers plenty of room for all your gear and food and water for a week long trek. And you can fetch anything piece of gear FAST. If you need to carry HUGE quantities of equipment, you can use 4 or 5 Barrel Bags - 100 liters!. The frame top section is a slider that telescopes up and down to fit any torso length, guy or gal, from kid to basketball player. You can set the shoulder straps and Hook Belt to put no weight or all the weight or anything in-between on your shoulders. Use the PCT FrontPack for even more gear capacity and to optimumize your center of gravity for balanced walking with fast access to water and snacks. Free USA shipping. [Note: Post Office and UPS are now charging $55-$75 to ship the big lightweight box.]

NEW: Our patented Pak-Flat frame can be taken apart and packed down flat for flying or biking. The entire pack... frame, belt, bags will fit into a 16" pizza box. The frame uses no screws or bolts... precision machined joints fit with no wiggle and do not work loose while hiking. The frame with shoulder straps weighs only 16 ounces and can be used without the Hook Belt for small loads. We make the StackPacks in Lake Jackson, Texas. The aluminum frame is cut, machined, and assembled in our shop from Easton tubing. The Barrel Bags are cut and sewn in our sewing room using American made racing sailboat fabrics.

The Hook Belt will fit a 24 to 40 inch waist (optional larger size below). The frame shelf holds your gear weight down low creating a stable center of gravity with no towering pack (like in the movie 'Wild') catching on low branches or rock overhangs. The standard Hook Belt will be very comfortable if your BMI is near average. You should look at some of the many options at www.neotrekk.com if you are very tall, or thin, or overweight, or have old injuries, or need to carry more weight for longer distances, or travel by jetplane or motorcycle or bicycle. Lifetime Warranty, 30 Day Free Trial, and Free USA Shipping, If the StackPack does not work for you, just send it back for a full refund.
$15 - Upgrade to XL Hook Belt - Longer webbing strap fits 35" to 55" waistlines.

$20 - Hook Belt Pad Set. If your body type is very thin, or you are under 65 inches tall and normal weight, these pads can let you hike longer and not have sore spots at the end of the day. Also very beneficial if you have a bad back and need to set the shoulder straps loose so there is no weight compressing your spine. You get a neoprene waist wrap that goes under your clothes and two hip pads that can positioned anywhere along the Hook Belt to cushion your hip bones.
$29 - StackPack Umbrella - Hike in the shade all the time! Plugs into the top tube extensions on either side of the StackPack frame. Weighs 7oz. Packs down to 7" long, 2" diameter, so it stores easily in any Barrel Bag or inside the Front Pack. The opened diameter is 36". You can slide your hand up and collapse the umbrella instantly for tight trail sections. The aluminum shaft telescopes so you can set how close it is above your head. Also use it while sitting in the StackPack Lounge Chair to keep the sun off you or to see your phone screen. Or stop the acorns from smacking onto your head.

Denis (Red Leader) Hazlewood...

"Muchas Gracias mi amigo-"
"I have been proudly carrying my LuxuryLite backpack since 2003, when Bruce put one together for me at his booth at the ADZPCTKO (Annual Day Zero Pacific Crest Trail Kick Off), at Lake Morena, CA." "During these fifteen years I estimate I've carried the LuxuryLite on more than fifty five backpack trips, and, several dozen dayhikes. My LuxuryLite has been to the Grand Canyon, the Lost Coast, five National Parks, eight State Parks, and at least a dozen Wilderness Areas."

"In all those years, on solo hikes, and leading trips for our backpacking group, Carrying A Good Thing Too Far, I've only carried one other pack one time, when I loaned my LuxuryLite to a woman who had never carried a backpack before. I wanted to be sure she'd have pleasant memories of her first backpacking experience. (and she bought one right after)"

"All these years on the trail, I've been asked about my unique ["I've never seen a backpack like that before, tell me about it."] LuxuryLite, by uncounted numbers of hikers, and know that I've sold that pack to at least seven hikers, just because I couldn't shut up about how much I LOVE THIS BACKPACK. I've backpacked since 1967, and carried about twenty different backpacks; believe me: This is THE ONE."

"I use the *original* hook-belt model, and have carried as much as fifty five pounds, with no pain, or problems. Also, the LuxuryLite carries one small cylinder, for a day hike, with no problems at all. Most backpacks don't work well without, at least, some kind of load. Not so with the LuxuryLite; a little or a lot, it does the job with style, and in comfort."

"And then there's the personal service you get from Bruce. Got a problem? Call Bruce and get it straightened out, right now. This guy is amazing, and a hoot to *brag and lie* with; after all, he IS from Texas."