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SOG Prophet Backpack Reviewed

Posted on Jan 5, 2017

Packs come in many different shapes and sizes, and each with a different purpose in mind. I recently had to take a flight, but I didn’t have any luggage, bags or packs that were large enough to carry what I needed, and small enough to use as a carry-on because I really didn’t want to deal with the nightmare of having to check any luggage. Thankfully, I was able to get my hands on a 33L SOG Prophet for the trip that would easily fit in an overhead compartment or under the seat. Read on to see how it went…

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Ribz Front Pack Reviewed

Posted on Oct 12, 2015

The concept of a front-accessible pack is nothing new, and some manufacturers have taken them to the next level. Over the last few months I’ve had the opportunity to try out the RIBZ Front Pack and integrate it into my gear rotation. Now that I’ve spent some time using it, I am finally ready to share my experience…

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Kurgo Baxter Dog Backpack Reviewed

Posted on Sep 19, 2015

When it comes to survival when SHTF, many consider planning for bugging out. However, what do you do with your dog? Alternatively, if you take your dog on trails, hunting, or just on long walks, who carries what they might need in an emergency? Just like you, your dog needs an EDC too. Today, we’ll be looking at the Baxter Dog Backpack from Kurgo…

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What’s in your EDC?

Posted on Jun 30, 2015

An EDC, Every Day Carry or Go Bag is really just a backpack, sling pack, messenger pouch, purse or even a wallet that you carry everyday with the gear and other stuff that you need throughout the day. No matter where you go, it comes with you. Some like to take it a step further and carry additional gear that might help get you home or to a safe location in the event of an emergency. Read on for more on EDCs…

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Kelty Redwing 50-Liter Backpack Reviewed

Posted on Jun 24, 2015

Selecting the right backpack is almost as important as selecting the right boots. It has to properly fit your frame and be large enough to carry what you need without being too heavy or falling apart. There is a delicate balance between size, weight, quality, functionality and price. In this review I will focus solely on the Kelty Redwing 50-Liter backpack and its usefulness as a 72-hour bug-out bag. Read on to see how well it fares…

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3V Gear Outlaw Sling Pack Reviewed

Posted on Dec 19, 2014

  Marketing from 3V Gear The Outlaw by 3V Gear is a tactical shoulder bag that lives up to the rugged capability of all 3V Gear. This shoulder bag is the best EDC bag out on...

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Sea to Summit Compression Sack Reviewed

Posted on Dec 12, 2014

  The Review When you are packing up your survival gear, weight is not the only concern. Space is equally important. Whether you are packing your Every Day Carry (EDC), your...

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