I naturally gravitate towards gear that fits a niche perfectly. Where an "all rounder" bit of gear might suffice, some tools just work perfectly in a certain arena or tick the boxes for your operating mode. I found a great day pack knife in the HIT(Handle Inversion Tool) knife from...Read More
It's no secret we're fans of the quality packs & bags that Hill People Gear turn out. There is one bag from HPG that holds the favorite spot for it's functionality. We're asked about this bag every time we have it on a hike of camping. The chest worn Kit Bag...Read More
We ordered a special run of our favorite hiking day bag. The awesome Kit Bag by Hill People Gear. I've worn this kit bag on many hikes and I don't believe it's functionality can be beat. If you are a minimalist like me and like easy access to your gear...Read More
This is the sort of product that is so well thought out and so non-obtrusive that there’s no excuse for getting caught unprepared. The SOLKOA Survival Systems SUMA Elite Kit is a derivative of military kits being used on deployment. There are 24 survival items packed into this 1.3 pound, 2.5″ x 4″x 1.5″ ultra light weight container that has been machined out of machined out of billet 6061 aluminum.Read More
Opinions about survival gear and bug-out bag contents are varied. Everybody has his or her own version of the right and wrong stuff to carry. But what about the weird stuff—those bizarre items that you might not think to carry? Most people don’t spend much time on the unusual things that could be (or should be) in larger survival kits and BOBs.
(an excerpt from Prepare For Anything by Tim MacWelch)