Survive Outdoors Longer
Stay warm and be seen with the Survive Outdoors Longer All Season Blanket. This multi-purpose thermal blanket's material is heat reflective and versatile, designed with direct weave technology that traps air for better heat retention and increases durability, meaning it won't shred like…
Some emergency shelters are just that - they are meant so that you can use them once or twice when needed and then never again. The Survive Outdoors Longer Sport Utility Blanket is a different type of shelter - one that you can use as an emergency blanket one day and then as a picnic blanket the…
…weather. This AMK SOL Survival Poncho is a wearable ultra-lightweight shelter makes sure you arent caught out in the rain or snow. Maintaining the highly visibility color of Survive Outdoors Longer, while keeping you warm and dry in almost any unexpected weather, our Survival Poncho is unlike any…
The Gear Junkie: Top 10 Gear of the Year - Best Selling Survival Gear!The Survive Outdoors Longer Escape Bivvy is nothing less than a revolution in backcountry shelters. The complaint with most ultra-light emergency shelters is the same: condensation builds up inside as you get warm, leaving your…
…of being fully sealed so that no wind, rain, or snow can get inside. If you and your partner are forced to spend the unexpected night outdoors, both of you can hop in the Survive Outdoors Longer 2-Person Emergency Bivvy as soon as the temperature drops and instantly improve the odds in your favor.
The Survive Outdoors Longer Mag Striker is the all in one fire starter that includes the essentials needed for starting a fire: a steel striker, flint rod, and magnesium. The tool is designed with the flint and magnesium rods embedded into the robust handle, meaning your grip will not disappear as…
Ask Bear Grylls or anyone who has survived a serious scrape in the outdoors and they will say your brain is your most important survival tool. Your attitude, instincts and knowledge of the back-country are what will keep you alive when everything else fails. But to put those instincts to work…