Since Min is only 995 bytes and all of the core components are very commonly used, for most developers it makes sense to use the CDN version from jsdelivr. This provides several benefits: the user may have cached the framework, and if they have not, it will be served from a blazingly-fast server in their location instead.
Some developers prefer to serve Min from their own servers. Make sure that your server automatically gzips Min (and other CSS files) to ensure that your users get the fastest page times possible.Download Min
For some developers, every byte counts, so it makes sense to pick and choose each component of Min. You can do so below.
If you prefer to use Bower, just run
bower install min. This will give you Min as well as the LESS files it's built from.