Whether you wanna call them survival bags, “bug-out bags,” or “go bags,” the function of these packs is the same: to keep you fed, clothed, sheltered and secure when things turn sideways.
And because you never know when things might turn sideways, it’s your job to expect the best but prepare for the worst.
The Seventy2 features all the tools and supplies you’ll need to get through the first 72 hours. The promise here is quality over quantity, with the idea that the Seventy2 offers the highest quality assemblage of gear by anyone, anywhere.
It starts with the bag itself. Made from lightweight waterproof tarpaulin, the outershell features roll-top for quick and airtight seal, flashlight mounts and an integrated emergency whistle. But it’s what’s inside that truly counts, and the team behind Seventy2 have gone above and beyond to create a complete kit.
There’s bright orange duct tape. Food bars. A mini water filter. Magnesium alloy fire starter. A thermal space blanket and thermal survival tent. A convertible shovel and pickaxe. A knife. A combination radio, flightlight and smartphone charger. The list goes on.
The survival kit is currently on Indiegogo. Check out the full list of items to see if they pass your test.
Let’s just hope you never have to use it.
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