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The RTS Tactical Ultimate Level IV Ceramic Bundle is a great all-in-one armor set with carrier, knee and elbow pads, and gloves at an entry level price.
The Magpul Daka Pouches & Organizers are incredibly useful tools: organize your bug out bag or go bag, your day to day kits, the options are endless. Durable, well-designed, and inexpensive. Check them out.
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There are socks, and then there are Darn Tough Socks. We have found the best-made socks on the planet, and you need to get a pair, or 5 right now.
The sun can really do a number on you if you are trapped or forced to be outside for long periods. Heat exhaustion and sunburn can not only be inconvenient but also dangerous.
The DeWalt Dominator Safety Glasses are nearly indestructible and a great addition to a Bug Out Bag. And they are cheap!
One of the greatest additions to an emergency kit is the EDC Pocket Organizer from Maxpedition. Tough as nails and useful in a million ways.
Looking for a way to keep your toiletries and medications organized in your Emergency Kits? Take a look at the Hazard 4 Reveille Rugged Toiletry Bag, it could be a good option for you.
Is the Timex Expedition Trail Compass Watch a good choice for a Bug Out Bag? Can a digital watch do more than just tell the time, and is it really important?
We couldn't decide between the Maxpedition or Condor H20 Pouches, so we bought both and tested them out.