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For a long time, the average backpacker carried anywhere from 50 to 70 pounds of gear with them. As engineers push gear to be smaller, lighter, and more efficient, that number has gone down over time. A growing movement of backpackers has challenged the conventions of backpacking, combining new tech with new attitudes to get their pack weight as low as possible. These ultralight backpackers usually carry less than 30 pounds with them. Some go as low as 12, and the extreme ultralight trekkers can get theirs under 10. Getting your pack that light takes some time, creativity, and money,...

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Our stoves may be the star of the show, but the fuel keeps things going. Take a look at how to properly store and recycle your fuel canisters, as well as get the most use out of them with these handy how-to videos, and let’s get cookin’ with gas.

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Cook pot must be clean and dry when packing your Jetboil SUMO stove system. Always pack the fuel canister into cook pot after fuel stabilizer and/or burner, never first. Store coffee grounds separately.  See more on the SUMO system>>  

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 Cook pot must be clean and dry when packing your Jetboil MiniMo stove system. Always pack the fuel canister into cook pot after fuel stabilizer and/or burner, never first. See more on the MiniMo>>  

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