Source – Kangaroo 1L Review

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Kangaroo 1L with Pouch The Kangaroo is a modular pouch canteen/hydration system that works where back mounted systems often do not. It has an exclusive 3 layer coextruded Polyethylene construction with Taste-Free™, low maintenance, Glass-Like™ liner, and Integrated Grunge-Guard™ antimicrobial. It comes in a pouch equipped with Molle attachment system that allows for easy mount […]

Aclima – Woolshell Jacket w. Hood Review

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Aclima Woolshell Jacket w. Hood is a great jacket with a tight-fitting hood, that works equally well alone or as middle layer. Thumb loops, chest pocket with media port and asymmetric main zipper is some of the great features that makes the Woolshell jacket rise to above average. Aclimas Woolshell quality is a wool fleece produced in […]

Aclima – Warmwool Hood Sweater Review

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You can buy the shirt at www.urbanoutdoor.dk The hoodie is designed for cold days, and has several innovative solutions in terms of woollen underwear. The product has thumbholes in the sleeves and a nice cangaroo-pouch for warming your hands, which allows you to regulate your clothing easily depending on how cold you are. This principle […]

Survival Rumours and Myths

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Boil water for 10 minutes This is one so old; I don’t even know where it came from. I’ve also heard 5 minutes, 15 minutes and even 20 minutes of boiling time. I’ll keep this short… After the water reaches the boiling point, it’s safe to drink, period, end of story. Big bubbles, no troubles. […]

Group Survival

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To survive as a group, activity must be organized so energy won’t be wasted. Just because you are more people in a survival situation don’t mean that you will have an easy time. The more people, the more difficult and confused the situation will seem, and hereby the greater the group’s problems will seem. All […]

Priorities of work in a survival situation

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All survival situations are different regarding the order in which you need to use the different survival skills, but a general guideline is to think in blocks of time. The first 24 hours of survival are critical. You have to make an initial estimate of the situation, weather, terrain, time of day, available recourses and […]

Survival Actions

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The positive mind-set is quite important. You could also call it “the will to survive”, although you might call it “attitude” as well. Basically it means that you need the right attitude to survive. The positive mind-set is not enough; you will also need different skills to survive. I’m concentrating on seven skills to survive. […]

Source – Rider 3L Hydration System Review

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3L Rider Slim Design by SOURCE Tactical Maximum utilization of our low profile technology greatly reduces the depth of the carrier making it a true low profile system. Rider is SOURCE’s premier low profile hydration system, designed specifically for ballistic vest integration yet quickly converts for back carriage or ruck insertion. Features Rider 3L Tuck-Away Contoured […]

Defining the Survivor

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The Survivor Survivor originates from the old French term Sourvivre. Survivre translates to; live longer or longer than. The French term originates from the Latin term Super vivere. Super translates to; more or more than. Vivre translates into; to live. So you could say a survivor is a person who is willing to live more than normal. You could define a survivor as a person who accepts, defeats and overcome adversity, […]