Condor H20 Pouch: build your custom canteen cooking set

Condor H2O Pouch

This pouch is made with durable 1000d Cordura, in three colours: olive drab, tan desert, black.
It has webbing all around the main compartment and on the front pocket for any personal configuration. 
You can carry it in several ways: via shoulder  (there are two d-ring for shoulder strap), belt, modular webbing and obviously inside your backpack!

Condor h2o pouch size

This pouch is large enough to fit a 32 oz bottle (Nalgene, Guyot Design, Tatonka), but it’s not only designed to carry a bottle, if you search on the web you could find several samples of it’s configuration like this.
After some googling I decide to build this simple drinking and cooking kit, it’s only a possibility, but for me is very functional especially for a short hike.

Here the list.
Inside the main compartment:

Nalgene 32 oz wide mouth, Tatonka stainless steel handle mug and a Spoon

Nalgene 32 oz wide mouth, Tatonka stainless steel handle mug and a Spoon

Inside the front pocket:

1- simple diy windshield; 2-teabags; 3- Bic lighter and the esbit stove;  4- Swiss army knife.

1- Simple diy aluminium windshield; 2-teabags; 3- Bic lighter and the Esbit stove; 4- Swiss army knife.

  1.  Diy aluminium windscreen – i’ve made this object removing the base of an alumium drip pan.
  2. Teabags and in the same resealable bag you could also carry  water purification tablets.
  3. A Bic lighter, and a vintage Esbit folding stove (inside the fuel tablets) – This is one of the smallest and cheapest solid fuel stoves for backpacking.
  4. Victorinox swiss army folding knife (mine an old Camper) – this multitool is a versatile instrument in the great outdoor.

 

h2o_pouch_unassembled

I hope you have find this useful for your hikes. Enjoy!

Ciao! Mattia

 

 

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15 thoughts on “Condor H20 Pouch: build your custom canteen cooking set

  1. I have the Pathfinder 32 oz. Bottle Cooking set. I try to make this kit as prepared as I can. I mean it’s my main source for food preparedness and making potable water. So keep particular things in it so if this kit is all I have in my person it would be all I would need.

    It comes with a ferro rod but I keep a Bic lighter and 3 packs of moisture resistant matches. I plan to replace the plastic Light My Fire spoon/fork utensil with either a titanium one or a Case Hobo. I have an extra canteen cup in there. I also have an abrasive or “Brillo” pad to clean it and 2 bandanas. For carrying water I use a Camelbak Chute. I also think it’s a good idea to carry a little bag of dryer lint to help in case you really need a fire. You also gave the great idea to keep a Victorinox knife in the kit.

    The great thing about a clear water bottle is that you can use the aluminum windshield and possibly solar-treat unpotable water if in the predicament you don’t have water tablets or or can start a fire or anything else to treat it.

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