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The Gerber Dime Micro-tool is one of our favorite Everyday Carry tools. It's a great addition to an emergency kit. Read our review!
The Survival Hax Roadside Emergency Kit is an awesome, must-have emergency bag. Our readers get a special discount, come and get it!
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.
Make sure you have sunscreen in your Bug Out Bags First Aid Kit. Badger's SPF 35 Stick is the best for that.
The DeWalt Dominator Safety Glasses are nearly indestructible and a great addition to a Bug Out Bag. And they are cheap!
Klean Kanteen makes our favorite stainless steel water bottles. Perfect for an Bug Out Bag and Emergency Kits.
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.
The Eton Scorpion II is a great little device which gives you a water resistant radio, LED light, USB charger, and most importantly, bottle opener!
Blisters not only hurt, they can ruin vacations, or cause extreme suffering during emergency situations. Get some for your Bug Out Bag or Go Bag, we'll explain why.
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.