Reviews from our customers
HydroStop Lightweight Dry Bag
I have been pleased with this dry bag.It’s just what I needed for camping and canoeing.
Tack Bivvy Sleeping Bag
These emergency tack bivvy sleeping bags are the number one item I have in my bug out bag. Keeping warm is the priority. I purchased tack bivvy bags for every person’s car in my family for the peace of mind knowing they are safe.
Quench Hydration Bladder
Very pleased with my hydration bladder fits any of my backpacks, and holds over a liter of water.
Paracord Survival Kit Grenade
Was very pleased, might not catch a shark but all other fish are fair game.
Good backup for hurricane season, currently ready for the big “C-19” crisis.
I had purchased an Arc Plasma Lighter about a year ago and gave it to my church, Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church in Winchester, VA, to use to light the candle lighter/snuffer just in case there were no matches.I liked it so well that I bought one for my wife and me to put in our GoTo Bag.
I had one tac. bivvi in my bug out bag ,I haven’t had to use it yet but I wanted more of them for my family. I did take it out and get in it to see how much room it had . I had lots of room and you could almost immediately feel the heat that was building up inside of it. Also the survival matches…
A fine dual-band walkie talkie for an incredible low price.
This radio is smaller than a pack of cigarettes and packs a monster of a power output of up to 8 watts.
Exactly what I was looking For.
With the four solar panels built in, you can recharge just about everything.Just add sunlight.