Evernew DX TI Stove | Gear Closet Giveaway

Evernew Titanium DX Stove - 5

After a fews days hiking the AT this past weekend with Stick and Joe, I decided that it was about time to have another gear closet giveaway. With all of our trail talk about stoves and cooking I realized that I have not used my Evernew DX titanium stove set in well over a year and knowing the way I operate that means I’m probably not going to use it again anytime soon.

Evernew DX Titanium Stove

There’s absolutely nothing wrong with the DX set, in fact it is a completely kick-ass setup, I just like using my Flat Cat Snow Leopard set right now. Also, be aware that I have used this stove several times in the past for wood, esbit, and alcohol cooking so it does have signs of use – mostly just some awesome discoloration of the titanium from the heat.

Evernew Titanium DX Stove - 6

The last giveaway that I had on my blog was managed using Rafflecopter and that worked out great for me in helping me to manage the entries and select a winner, I hope it was easy for all of you too. Yes, you’ll have to leave a comment and maybe share this post with your Facebook and Twitter friends to gain extra entries, I expect you to have to do something in turn for me giving away free gear (bought with my own funds). Let me know what you think about using Rafflecopter – your feedback is always encouraged as are general comments and questions. Good luck!

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  • Treeswing

    I really need a new Hiking Staff with camera mount; preferably wood

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Here’s a walking stick I made for myself a little while ago. It would be relatively easy to add a camera (monopod) screw attachment right in the top of something like this.

  • Treeswing

    I really need a new Hiking Staff with camera mount; preferably wood

  • Ham

    If you could give me anything I need…it would be some hiking/backpacking enthusiasm for my partner!

  • Ham

    If you could give me anything I need…it would be some hiking/backpacking enthusiasm for my partner!

  • http://jdmitchbiketowork.wordpress.com Joshua Mitchell

    Always wanted to play with a DX Ti… but one piece of gear? I’m looking for a great bike packing tent / tarp.

  • http://jdmitchbiketowork.wordpress.com/ Joshua Mitchell

    Always wanted to play with a DX Ti…

  • Toaster Crisp

    I could use a lite weight mess kit…

  • Toaster Crisp

    I could use a lite weight mess kit…

  • http://sticksblog.com/ Chad “Stick” Poindexter

    Nice… I did not know that there were markings in the stove…that is so awesome! Anyway, great giveaway, someone will definitely be a happy camper!

  • Paul B

    Love to get ahold of this one, I am planning a mini stove cook off video. I have a home made one, a canteenshop one and one of Dave Canterbury’s stove rings. If I win this one I will pay it forward and raffle it off after I get my video done.

  • http://sticksblog.com/ Chad "Stick" Poindexter

    Nice… I did not know that there were markings in the stove…that is so awesome! Anyway, great giveaway, someone will definitely be a happy camper!

  • Paul B

    Love to get ahold of this one, I am planning a mini stove cook off video. I have a home made one, a canteenshop one and one of Dave Canterbury’s stove rings. If I win this one I will pay it forward and raffle it off after I get my video done.

  • Charles

    Always cool to get new gear!

  • Charles

    Always cool to get new gear!

  • john

    cool

  • john

    cool

  • http://www.facebook.com/clinton.ausmus Clinton Ausmus

    Love it when you clean out your gear closet Brian. Thanks for passing on your knowledge and your gear.

  • http://www.facebook.com/clinton.ausmus Clinton Ausmus

    Love it when you clean out your gear closet Brian. Thanks for passing on your knowledge and your gear.

  • Dennis Rosloniec

    ANY piece of gear? how about a nice cuben fiber tarp to match the UL pack you gave me :) Brian rules!

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      So it DID arrive! I was hoping to hear back from you. Have you used it for any hikes yet?

  • James

    I need a new tarp… recommendations are welcome.

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Well that will open up a can of worms. I like my Gossamer Gear SpinnTwinn (the smaller one is great too), but there are so many good and affordable options out there now. @SticksBlog:disqus has a new one, check out his blog to read more about it.

  • Dennis Rosloniec

    ANY piece of gear? how about a nice cuben fiber tarp to match the UL pack you gave me :) Brian rules!

  • James

    I need a new tarp… recommendations are welcome.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000127363649 Jordan Hipple

    once i started reading your blog i switched to a trangia and this is the best version of it

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000127363649 Jordan Hipple

    once i started reading your blog i switched to a trangia and this is the best version of it

  • Mark D

    Giveaways are always fun. It’s usually interesting stuff I’m not very familiar with that’s given away, so even if I don’t win I get to see something cool.

    To be honest, I don’t like Rafflecopter because I don’t have a facebook or twitter account. I once saw a giveaway where the winner had to give something of his own to the number 2 who had to give something to number 3… I was too late to enter for that one, but I liked the idea.

    The only thing that’s really missing from my gear list is a good water purifier, preferrably a steripen.

    Treeswing, I could probably make a staff like that.

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Ah, you’re one of the last eight people in the world not yet on Facebook or Twitter – I respect that. By leaving a comment here you’re entered and statistically speaking you can’t get as many entries as others, but there have been folks with a single entry win many times before – remember the Hunger Games..?

      Others have said they liked the “pay it forward” giveaway too, so I’ll do one of those again soon – I liked that as well.

  • Mark D

    Giveaways are always fun. It’s usually interesting stuff I’m not very familiar with that’s given away, so even if I don’t win I get to see something cool.

    To be honest, I don’t like Rafflecopter because I don’t have a facebook or twitter account. I once saw a giveaway where the winner had to give something of his own to the number 2 who had to give something to number 3… I was too late to enter for that one, but I liked the idea.

    The only thing that’s really missing from my gear list is a good water purifier, preferrably a steripen.

    Treeswing, I could probably make a staff like that.

  • Shaun Jones

    I enjoy your site. Thanks for all the hard work.

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Thanks!

  • Carol

    I read your review of this stove and it seems like the wood burning component is what made it not-so-great for your use. I use esbit and it does seem like you really liked that feature! So that is a plus in my book.

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      It was a little too small and fussy for wood burning IMHO. You have to be prepared with a lot of extra fuel (wood) in that configuration and be willing to constantly feed the fire as it were because it’s so small and burns very efficiently. In wood burning mode the size works against it, but it does work. Esbit and alcohol modes are awesome, don’t make me regret giving this away..!

  • Shaun Jones

    I enjoy your site. Thanks for all the hard work.

  • Carol

    I read your review of this stove and it seems like the wood burning component is what made it not-so-great for your use. I use esbit and it does seem like you really liked that feature! So that is a plus in my book.

  • http://www.facebook.com/bryan.mondy Bryan Mondy

    I appreciate your reviews and trials of gear- nothing beats hands on experience!
    A safe & reliable water filter is next on my list.

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      I’m taking another look at filters too, will let you know how it goes.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000127363649 Jordan Hipple

        ya should look at the sawyer squeeze

  • http://www.facebook.com/bryan.mondy Bryan Mondy

    I appreciate your reviews and trials of gear- nothing beats hands on experience!

  • Matthew Hammer

    I can never pass up an opportunity to win cool free stuff! Thanks for running this giveaway!

  • Matthew Hammer

    I can never pass up an opportunity to win cool free stuff! Thanks for running this giveaway!

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    It was a little too small and fussy for wood burning IMHO. You have to be prepared with a lot of extra fuel (wood) in that configuration and be willing to constantly feed the fire as it were because it’s so small and burns very efficiently. In wood burning mode the size works against it, but it does work. Esbit and alcohol modes are awesome, don’t make me regret giving this away..!

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Ah, you’re one of the last eight people in the world not yet on Facebook or Twitter – I respect that. By leaving a comment here you’re entered and statistically speaking you can’t get as many entries as others, but there have been folks with a single entry win many times before – remember the Hunger Games..?

    Others have said they liked the “pay it forward” giveaway too, so I’ll do one of those again soon – I liked that as well.

  • Matt

    I could really use a tarp and bug net.

  • Matt

    I could really use a tarp and bug net.

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Here’s a walking stick I made for myself a little while ago. It would be relatively easy to add a camera (monopod) screw attachment right in the top of something like this.

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    I’m taking another look at filters too, will let you know how it goes.

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Thanks!

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Well that will open up a can of worms. I like my Gossamer Gear SpinnTwinn (the smaller one is great too), but there are so many good and affordable options out there now. Chad “Stick” Poindexter has a new one, check out his blog to read more about it.

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    So it DID arrive! I was hoping to hear back from you. Have you used it for any hikes yet?

  • Kimberlie

    Give aways are fun!! Thank you! Water filtration system next? :)

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Ah! You and @facebook-501113297:disqus both asked for water filtration – can’t promise but let me see…

  • Kimberlie

    Give aways are fun!! Thank you! Water filtration system next? :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/SavageHiker Mark Savage

    It is a wonderful thing to have your blog to read and gain some serious insight from various aspects and gear for outdoor use. I am in the process of revitalizing the gear that I do have, and more importantly, realizing what I don’t have, or won’t work anymore. This stuff is priceless info to me… so, Thanks!

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Wow! That’s some very high praise, thank you so much. Refining your gear, skills, and knowledge is an ongoing process – I’m learning new things ALL the time, from the comments here for example.

      Have a goal in mind and work toward that, it will help you focus. If you have specific questions, post them on my blog, email me, or ask via Facebook/Twitter – I try my best to respond to every message I get.

  • http://www.facebook.com/SavageHiker Mark Savage

    It is a wonderful thing to have your blog to read and gain some serious insight from various aspects and gear for outdoor use. I am in the process of revitalizing the gear that I do have, and more importantly, realizing what I don’t have, or won’t work anymore. This stuff is priceless info to me… so, Thanks!

  • Chad patzer/exup

    Stron chance I won’t win but one way or another, this is a super awesome thing of you to do. Thanks for keeping and awesome active blog true to what us gram weenies really want to read.

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      You’re in it as much as anyone else bro!

  • Chad patzer/exup

    Stron chance I won’t win but one way or another, this is a super awesome thing of you to do. Thanks for keeping and awesome active blog true to what us gram weenies really want to read.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000127363649 Jordan Hipple

    ya should look at the sawyer squeeze

  • chris Martin

    I stumbled across your blog a few weeks ago. So far, I really like the subject matter of your posts. One of the things that has always frustrated me with outdoor oriented sites or magazines is that the authors choose to write a lot about distant travel opportunities or fancy recipes instead of writing about things that carry more interest with common outdoorsmen like sharing backpacking stories and providing the reader with some solid know-how. I can’t speak for everyone, but what makes an article interesting for me, is that I can relate my experiences to what the author is writing about no matter where I am in the world. This is what I find interesting about your site…keep up the fantastic work! I can’t wait to read more.

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Thanks for the kind words Chris. BTW, I responded to your question about tarps on my Facebook page. Let me know if that makes sense and if it helps. ^BG

  • Chris

    I stumbled across your blog a few weeks ago. So far, I really like the subject matter of your posts. One of the things that has always frustrated me with outdoor oriented sites or magazines is that the authors choose to write a lot about distant travel opportunities or fancy recipes instead of writing about things that carry more interest with common outdoorsmen like sharing backpacking stories and providing the reader with some solid know-how. I can’t speak for everyone, but what makes an article interesting for me, is that I can relate my experiences to what the author is writing about no matter where I am in the world. This is what I find interesting about your site…keep up the fantastic work! I can’t wait to read more.

  • Randy

    I think it’s awesome that you do these giveaways. I would love to try a wood burning stove.

  • http://www.facebook.com/allen.bishop.18 Allen Bishop

    Brian,
    I have been enjoying your page and insight, keep up the great work!!

  • Randy

    I think it’s awesome that you do these giveaways. I would love to try a wood burning stove.

  • http://www.facebook.com/allen.bishop.18 Allen Bishop

    Brian,
    I have been enjoying your page and insight, keep up the great work!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/allen.bishop.18 Allen Bishop

    I do love those Mora Knives

  • http://www.facebook.com/allen.bishop.18 Allen Bishop

    I do love those Mora Knives

  • http://www.facebook.com/joe.knill Joe Knill

    I could use a nice survival / first aid kit

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Joe, I’ve been meaning to write a detail post about what’s in my first aid kit for some time – now you bring it up I’ll do that soon. You’ll be much better off making your own than buying one IMHO. Hold on, I’ll have you covered! Same goes for the so called “survival” kits…

  • http://www.facebook.com/joe.knill Joe Knill

    I could use a nice survival / first aid kit

  • Roy B

    Great site Brian. I’ve been reading for about 6 months now – as a fellow gearhead I always enjoy learning about your experiences with new kit. Keep it up!

  • Roy B

    Great site Brian. I’ve been reading for about 6 months now – as a fellow gearhead I always enjoy learning about your experiences with new kit. Keep it up!

  • http://twitter.com/DavidECreech Wilderness Dave

    This looks sweet…I would love to play around with it. Thanks, Brian. If I could ask for any of your gear (aside from your Omega Seamaster!) I would take a Helle knife or a Tenkara rod.

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Mine is an Omega Speedmaster (different beast entirely). I don’t have enough spare Tenkara gear to give away just yet…

      • http://twitter.com/DavidECreech Wilderness Dave

        Oh, well you can keep your Speedmaster…I’m a Seamaster kinda guy. One of the old white face ones would be nice…but I would settle for blue.

        I’m looking closely at the Kiyose setup. Might just have to get it.

  • http://twitter.com/DavidECreech Wilderness Dave

    This looks sweet…I would love to play around with it. Thanks, Brian.

  • Maggie

    Always wanted to try an alcohol stove.

  • Maggie

    Always wanted to try an alcohol stove.

  • jowag88

    could be cool to see it up against my large stove i own now

  • Nathan

    If you could give me one one piece of gear I need…it would be a lighter, more modular shelter system. I am currently using a tarp tent and would like to go to a tarp and separate inner net (or bivy) so I can use them in or around shelters on the AT.

  • jowag88

    could be cool to see it up against my large stove i own now

  • Nathan

    If you could give me one one piece of gear I need…it would be a lighter, more modular shelter system. I am currently using a tarp tent and would like to go to a tarp and separate inner net (or bivy) so I can use them in or around shelters on the AT.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=749921241 Ryan Horikoshi

    Love reading your blog. I have some serious gear envy! I would love this stove. Not like creepy love, but like platonic.

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Ha! Don’t envy, over the rest of the year I’ll be giving a lot of it away. You’ll have a lot more opportunities to satisfy your gear craving. Besides, you’re in this now. Platonic is good…

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=749921241 Ryan Horikoshi

    I have some serious gear envy!

  • http://www.facebook.com/alissa.gabriel.9 Alissa Gabriel

    What a fun little tool. Love your blog!

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Thanks Alissa :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/alissa.gabriel.9 Alissa Gabriel

    What a fun little tool. Love your blog!

  • http://listeningtothewinds.blogspot.com/ Brad Neal

    Its been a long time since I’ve been able to visit but still read ya via Google currents… love the new pic at the top

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Don’t be a stranger. There are a lot of different ways to subscribe. If I could find a way to automatically post to my Google+ page I would, but can’t seem to make that happen…

      • http://listeningtothewinds.blogspot.com/ Brad Neal

        I try to not be a stranger, lol but only get to the internet about once a week or so… I post more from my phone on Facebook and still trying to keep my blog up and going…

  • http://listeningtothewinds.blogspot.com/ Brad Neal

    Its been a long time since I’ve been able to visit but still read ya via Google currents… love the new pic at the top

  • Zach

    I like the interchangeability of this stove

  • Zach

    I like the interchangeability of this stove

  • http://www.facebook.com/Bufford1234 Greg Hill

    It sounds like the stove has been used on the AT now I think it should visit me on the west coast and spend a little time on the PCT. It’s less than an hour from my house.

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Crank up those entires. I would love to have you own it and USE it…

      • http://www.facebook.com/Bufford1234 Greg Hill

        I spent a little time on the PCT last weekend. No fancy titanium alcohol stove but I did have a Butterfly Wallet.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Bufford1234 Greg Hill

    It sounds like the stove has been used on the AT now I think it should visit me on the west coast and spend a little time on the PCT. It’s less than an hour from my house.

  • bjfphoto

    been looking for a replacement for my heavy brass trangia.

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Oh! You’d love this then – featherlight..!

  • bjfphoto

    been looking for a replacement for my heavy brass trangia.

  • http://www.facebook.com/johnogivens3 John O. Givens III

    i enjoy you blog and have picked up alot of ideas thanks…..happy trails

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      If you have questions, suggestions, or ideas please feel free to share them. I encourage participation. I learn from all of you every day, that’s what makes this great. Its not just my soapbox, well not always ;-]

  • http://www.facebook.com/johnogivens3 John O. Givens III

    i enjoy you blog and have picked up alot of ideas thanks…..happy trails

  • Greg

    This would work great. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Greg

    This would work great. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • lilricky

    Cool, thanks alot for the chance Brian!

  • lilricky

    Cool, thanks alot for the chance Brian!

  • http://www.facebook.com/eric.savage.33234 Eric Savage

    If I could add any one piece of gear? It would be a mental piece. A puppy dog to grow, learn and explore with. I’m sure you adore your ‘Coco’ for so many reasons. Lovin your blog bro, keep on rockin.

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Thanks Eric. Coco is my first ever dog (or “our” dog) and I got lucky with her. She naturally wants to stay by my side and is quick to adhere to voice commands. She is my constant trail companion unless dogs are not allowed (which I hate).

      Not all dogs are good for longer, multi-day hikes though. My friend has a fantastic Jack Russel, super smart and obedient, but just can hack it for miles on end – small legs.

      Having a dog to hike with has changed the solo hiking experience for me. My solo hikes are now like hiking with a great friend, but having the peace and quiet of being alone :-] You can check out my Coco photoset on Flickr for my pics!

  • http://www.facebook.com/eric.savage.33234 Eric Savage

    If I could add any one piece of gear? It would be a mental piece. A puppy dog to grow, learn and explore with. I’m sure you adore your ‘Coco’ for so many reasons. Lovin your blog bro, keep on rockin.

  • karla from CO

    I don’t know that I need it any more than anyone else, but it’s cool and ya can’t beat FREE !!! thanks!!!!

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      It’s never about “need” ;-]

  • karla from CO

    I don’t know that I need it any more than anyone else, but it’s cool and ya can’t beat FREE !!! thanks!!!!

  • andyr354

    Cool, Thanks!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1322713647 Andy Rhine

    Cool, Thanks!

  • http://www.facebook.com/brian.bacher.5 Brian Bacher

    If you could give me one piece of gear I need, what would it be? Knowledge. But that really isn’t gear, is it? Physcial, material gear . . . . hmmmm . . . I really could use a camping Hammock. I am getting ready to hang out in the ADKs, trying for all 46, and I think a hammock would better fit my needs than my tent, as it is more versatile.

  • http://www.facebook.com/brian.bacher.5 Brian Bacher

    If you could give me one piece of gear I need, what would it be? Knowledge. But that really isn’t gear, is it? Physcial, material gear . . . . hmmmm . . . I really could use a camping Hammock. I am getting ready to hang out in the ADKs, trying for all 46, and I think a hammock would better fit my needs than my tent, as it is more versatile.

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    It’s never about “need” ;-]

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Thanks Eric. Coco is my first ever dog (or “our” dog) and I got lucky with her. She naturally wants to stay by my side and is quick to adhere to voice commands. She is my constant trail companion unless dogs are not allowed (which I hate).

    Not all dogs are good for longer, multi-day hikes though. My friend has a fantastic Jack Russel, super smart and obedient, but just can hack it for miles on end – small legs.

    Having a dog to hike with has changed the solo hiking experience for me. My solo hikes are now like hiking with a great friend, but having the peace and quiet of being alone :-] You can check out my Coco photoset on Flickr for my pics!

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    If you have questions, suggestions, or ideas please feel free to share them. I encourage participation. I learn from all of you every day, that’s what makes this great. Its not just my soapbox, well not always ;-]

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Oh! You’d love this then – featherlight..!

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Crank up those entires. I would love to have you own it and USE it…

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Don’t be a stranger. There are a lot of different ways to subscribe. If I could find a way to automatically post to my Google+ page I would, but can’t seem to make that happen…

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Thanks Alissa :)

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Ha! Don’t envy, over the rest of the year I’ll be giving a lot of it away. You’ll have a lot more opportunities to satisfy your gear craving. Besides, you’re in this now. Platonic is good…

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Joe, I’ve been meaning to write a detail post about what’s in my first aid kit for some time – now you bring it up I’ll do that soon. You’ll be much better off making your own than buying one IMHO. Hold on, I’ll have you covered! Same goes for the so called “survival” kits…

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Thanks for the kind words Chris. BTW, I responded to your question about tarps on my Facebook page. Let me know if that makes sense and if it helps. ^BG

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    You’re in it as much as anyone else bro!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=15508650 Josh Rubin

    I would love to win this!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=15508650 Josh Rubin

    I would love to win this!

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Wow! That’s some very high praise, thank you so much. Refining your gear, skills, and knowledge is an ongoing process – I’m learning new things ALL the time, from the comments here for example.

    Have a goal in mind and work toward that, it will help you focus. If you have specific questions, post them on my blog, email me, or ask via Facebook/Twitter – I try my best to respond to every message I get.

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Ah! You and Bryan Mondy both asked for water filtration – can’t promise but let me see…

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Mine is an Omega Speedmaster (different beast entirely). I don’t have enough spare Tenkara gear to give away just yet…

  • Paul Savage

    You knowledge is richer than any product you offer to give away and it is free as well. I get more out of what you say not what you give. Thanks for being there for us hikers. God Bless!!!

  • Paul Savage

    You knowledge is richer than any product you offer to give away and it is free as well. I get more out of what you say not what you give. Thanks for being there for us hikers. God Bless!!!

  • Snctool

    Great looking stove Brian…I would love to try it.

  • Snctool

    Great looking stove Brian…I would love to try it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1460471306 Darcy Knight

    I’m a total novice, but I really enjoy your blog, and I’ve gotten a lot of good ideas from you. :o)

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1460471306 Darcy Knight

    I’m a total novice, but I really enjoy your blog, and I’ve gotten a lot of good ideas from you. :o)

  • burningbright

    Hmmm….. just one piece of gear? Sorry that sounded greedy lol The only thing I am wishing for right now is my hiking companion dog to heal from his knee injury :-( and for some weather cool enough to have an enjoyable hike in. and the stove isn’t used , it’s broken in :-)

  • burningbright

    Hmmm….. just one piece of gear? Sorry that sounded greedy lol The only thing I am wishing for right now is my hiking companion dog to heal from his knee injury :-( and for some weather cool enough to have an enjoyable hike in. and the stove isn’t used , it’s broken in :-)

  • DD Longlegs

    A tri-fuel stove would be ideal for way up here in the Northland. I would love to take a photo of it being used in our northern BC alpine and send in a wee tale about how it got there! :-D

  • DD Longlegs

    A tri-fuel stove would be ideal for way up here in the Northland. I would love to take a photo of it being used in our northern BC alpine and send in a wee tale about how it got there! :-D

  • Andy

    I really enjoy your blog, and think that your gear give aways are a great thing! I’ve actually been inspired to give away a few pieces of my own equipment that I didn’t need.

  • Andy

    I really enjoy your blog, and think that your gear give aways are a great thing! I’ve actually been inspired to give away a few pieces of my own equipment that I didn’t need.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=66502590 Joe Williams

    Awesome giveaway! Your going to make someone real happy with this stove!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=66502590 Joe Williams

    Awesome giveaway! Your going to make someone real happy with this stove!

  • Shawn Amison

    First time commenting on your blog, but I’ve been following for some time now and really enjoy your posts. Thought this was as good a time as ever to contribute to the discussions!

  • shawnamison1

    First time commenting on your blog, but I’ve been following for some time now and really enjoy your posts. Thought this was as good a time as ever to contribute to the discussions!

  • donnak4

    I would like a new shotgon for protection.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

  • http://www.facebook.com/john.bison.98 John Bison

    I’d like this stove

  • http://www.facebook.com/john.bison.98 John Bison

    I’d like this stove

  • Luke Essex

    awesome giveaway. I can’t think of a piece of gear I need but I would love a neo-air

  • Luke Essex

    awesome giveaway. I can’t think of a piece of gear I need but I would love a neo-air

  • Mike

    Great post. Very informative in a raffley sort of way.

  • Mike

    Great post. Very informative in a raffley sort of way.

  • Connie Johnson

    I’ve been using a swiss style volcano that I picked up at a flea market – this would be an exceptional and welcome upgrade

  • Connie Johnson

    I’ve been using a swiss style volcano that I picked up at a flea market – this would be an exceptional and welcome upgrade

  • khader

    I am a fancee feast user, but titanium is sexy, so I would’nt mind trying this setup.

  • khader

    I am a fancee feast user, but titanium is sexy, so I would’nt mind trying this setup.

  • http://www.facebook.com/dharveymi David Harvey

    I would love to have anything from sea to summit.

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Stuff sack? That’s all, you’re a cheap date :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/dharveymi David Harvey

    I would love to have anything from sea to summit.

  • http://twitter.com/thegearhouse thegearhouse

    This is a great set, thanks for offering it up!

  • http://twitter.com/thegearhouse thegearhouse

    This is a great set, thanks for offering it up!

  • Heymo V

    This stove is actually on my “can’t live without” – list :-)

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Then you must be loving this..!

  • Heymo V

    This stove is actually on my “can’t live without” – list :-)

  • http://twitter.com/BarefootAngieB Angie Bee Hotz

    So I am entering this for my 12 year old outdoorsman son. He says he would want a tent. I would assume something lite and easy to carry.

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      A 1-person tent or just something small enough for him to carry in his own pack? They make pretty small 2-person tents now too.

  • http://twitter.com/BarefootAngieB Angie Bee Hotz

    So I am entering this for my 12 year old outdoorsman son. He says he would want a tent. I would assume something lite and easy to carry.

  • PSD

    Looks like an awesome stove Brian. There are so many stoves out there it is cool to see some different designs.

  • PSD

    Looks like an awesome stove Brian. There are so many stoves out there it is cool to see some different designs.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jsmeltzer Jeremy Smeltzer

    thanks Brian for these awesome giveways and all your hard work on this awesome site

  • http://www.facebook.com/jsmeltzer Jeremy Smeltzer

    thanks Brian for these awesome giveways and all your hard work on this awesome site

  • Toml

    A nice new alcohol stove for my pct section (Ca,) next summer

  • Toml

    A nice new alcohol stove for my pct section (Ca,) next summer

  • tweetyscute

    A modular system would be great because I currently don’t have one

  • tweetyscute

    A modular system would be great because I currently don’t have one

  • http://twitter.com/DavidECreech Wilderness Dave

    Oh, well you can keep your Speedmaster…I’m a Seamaster kinda guy. One of the old white face ones would be nice…but I would settle for blue.

    I’m looking closely at the Kiyose setup. Might just have to get it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/preparelearnsurvive Daniel TheCaptain

    I’m new to your blog and don’t know what Rafflecopter is but its very kind of you to offer such a cool and useful prize!
    BTW, yes, I need a good stove so this is gear I need.

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Rafflecopter is just the tool/widget that lets you enter for the giveaway and (most importantly) helps me track all the entries in one place with a level of automation. So far I’m liking it for administrative purposes, hope it’s usable for all of you too.

  • http://www.facebook.com/preparelearnsurvive Daniel TheCaptain

    I’m new to your blog and don’t know what Rafflecopter is but its very kind of you to offer such a cool and useful prize!

  • James Steele

    Rafflecopter is very cool. The widget is easy to post entries. The data they provide in the widget makes you feel like you have a chance to win something(at least till the entries get too high). Thank you for buying stuff with your own money and giving it away.

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      You’re welcome. It just about kills me to see great gear going to waste and even though I bought it myself and I’m technically losing money this way, I’d just rather see if being used!

  • James Steele

    Rafflecopter is very cool. The widget is easy to post entries. The data they provide in the widget makes you feel like you have a chance to win something(at least till the entries get too high). Thank you for buying stuff with your own money and giving it away.

  • http://twitter.com/twgoodwin Tim Goodwin

    To give me all the gear I need would be very expensive for you! I haven’t been on this journey very long and still use most of my heavy car camping equipment! I guess my biggest need would be a backpack. I am making my own daypack, but do not have any good in-house options for an overnight bag (yes, I know I could go overnight with UL, but I don’t have that gear yet!).

    I really enjoy the blog. It even got me a great father’s day gift when I tweeted about the Helle knife! My wonderful wife bought me one!

    Thanks!

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Great to hear. I’ve been considering writing a few more blog posts about gift ideas for spouses (male and female) but always forget or get my timing off. I’ll try to be ahead of those more often. Congrats on the Helle, what model did she get you?

  • http://twitter.com/twgoodwin Tim Goodwin

    To give me all the gear I need would be very expensive for you! I haven’t been on this journey very long and still use most of my heavy car camping equipment! I guess my biggest need would be a backpack. I am making my own daypack, but do not have any good in-house options for an overnight bag (yes, I know I could go overnight with UL, but I don’t have that gear yet!).

    I really enjoy the blog. It even got me a great father’s day gift when I tweeted about the Helle knife! My wonderful wife bought me one!

    Thanks!

  • Ryan Wheeler

    I really like the knife I won from the last giveaway (thanks again!) and I’ve been in the market for a new stove – one that would work better in a non-solo set-up. I’ll enter, although I do feel kinda… weird… about entering again when I just won something. But it’s all chance, so I guess I’ll be ok! :D

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      At least you openly admitted feeling slight bad about entering again, but you have as much right as anyone else and I use (or Rafflecopter) uses Random.org to pick a winner so it could happen… kinda hope someone else gets to feel the love tho :-]

  • Ryan Wheeler

    I really like the knife I won from the last giveaway (thanks again!) and I’ve been in the market for a new stove – one that would work better in a non-solo set-up. I’ll enter, although I do feel kinda… weird… about entering again when I just won something. But it’s all chance, so I guess I’ll be ok! :D

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    A 1-person tent or just something small enough for him to carry in his own pack? They make pretty small 2-person tents now too.

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Then you must be loving this..!

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Stuff sack? That’s all, you’re a cheap date :)

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    You’re welcome. It just about kills me to see great gear going to waste and even though I bought it myself and I’m technically losing money this way, I’d just rather see if being used!

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Rafflecopter is just the tool/widget that lets you enter for the giveaway and (most importantly) helps me track all the entries in one place with a level of automation. So far I’m liking it for administrative purposes, hope it’s usable for all of you too.

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    At least you openly admitted feeling slight bad about entering again, but you have as much right as anyone else and I use (or Rafflecopter) uses Random.org to pick a winner so it could happen… kinda hope someone else gets to feel the love tho :-]

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Great to hear. I’ve been considering writing a few more blog posts about gift ideas for spouses (male and female) but always forget or get my timing off. I’ll try to be ahead of those more often. Congrats on the Helle, what model did she get you?

  • http://listeningtothewinds.blogspot.com/ Brad Neal

    I try to not be a stranger, lol but only get to the internet about once a week or so… I post more from my phone on Facebook and still trying to keep my blog up and going…

  • Eric Nelson

    Thank you for all the give a ways.

  • Eric Nelson

    Thank you for all the give a ways.

  • Astrogirl

    I didn’t know you could burn wood in that thing! I have a bush buddy, but the last couple trips I decided not to cook at all. This year, I’ll be hiking well into November, so I will be cooking again.

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      I go back and forth about cooking vs. not cooking, especially with all the heat and humidity we’ve had lately. This little setup is very flexible, don’t know why I never used it much – but can’t go back now! Good luck ;-]

  • Astrogirl

    I didn’t know you could burn wood in that thing! I have a bush buddy, but the last couple trips I decided not to cook at all. This year, I’ll be hiking well into November, so I will be cooking again.

  • chad patzer

    I am officially re-obsessed with this stove. Should have gotten it forever ago so I’m stoked for this oppurtunity.
    Brian, it’s been letting me gain more points daily with twitter, but today it’s allowing me to do everything again to get more entry. Is that ok for me to do? Anyway, here’s my comment for the first entree of the day, haha.

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Umm.. yeah the way it works is that each day you get a chance to re-enter in all of the ways (I think). Go for it I say, just don’t spend to many hours trying to win this thing – in the end it’s all randomly picked. ^BG

  • chad patzer

    I am officially re-obsessed with this stove. Should have gotten it forever ago so I’m stoked for this oppurtunity.
    Brian, it’s been letting me gain more points daily with twitter, but today it’s allowing me to do everything again to get more entry. Is that ok for me to do? Anyway, here’s my comment for the first entree of the day, haha.

  • http://www.facebook.com/matt.gagnon.18 Matt Gagnon

    New to this site, enjoying all the good information so far!

    • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

      Welcome Matt, thanks for jumping in! ^BG

  • http://www.facebook.com/matt.gagnon.18 Matt Gagnon

    New to this site, enjoying all the good information so far!

  • Jo

    Amazing posts

  • Jo

    Amazing posts

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    I go back and forth about cooking vs. not cooking, especially with all the heat and humidity we’ve had lately. This little setup is very flexible, don’t know why I never used it much – but can’t go back now! Good luck ;-]

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Welcome Matt, thanks for jumping in! ^BG

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    Umm.. yeah the way it works is that each day you get a chance to re-enter in all of the ways (I think). Go for it I say, just don’t spend to many hours trying to win this thing – in the end it’s all randomly picked. ^BG

  • Barbara James

    I have a list. Need some gaiters, want a hammock.

  • Barbara James

    I have a list. Need some gaiters, want a hammock.

  • erik

    a nice backpacking hammock :)

  • erik

    a nice backpacking hammock :)

  • AAron

    I have looked at that stove from afar and would be interested in trying it out a few times in the field.

  • AAron

    I have looked at that stove from afar and would be interested in trying it out a few times in the field.

  • http://www.briangreen.net Brian Green

    The winning entry for the Evernew DX Titanium Stove was #388 by Tim Goodwin! Thanks to everyone that entered, stay tuned for some more great gear giveaways coming up. Tim, please contact me directly with your mailing address so I can get your goodies off to you.

  • http://www.briangreen.net/ Brian Green

    The winning entry for the Evernew DX Titanium Stove was #388 by Tim Goodwin! Congrats to all that entered, stay tuned for some more great gear giveaways coming up. Tim, please contact me directly with your mailing address so I can get your goodies off to you.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Bufford1234 Greg Hill

    I spent a little time on the PCT last weekend. No fancy titanium alcohol stove but I did have a Butterfly Wallet.