Lumber Crayon - While you're hiking home from whatever disaster you are surviving, it's not a bad idea to leave a trail of markings along your trek in case a rescue team is out looking for you. These crayons write on wet or dry wood, metal, concrete and most other surfaces. Of course , if you're being tracked by a pack of murderous thieves or cannibals, you might just keep this in your pocket instead.
GPS with TOPO maps, FRS/GMRS radio, altimeter, compass, weather radio and digital camera in 1 device! Garmin Rino 655t GPS/2-Way Radio.
Rated to keep your feet warm down to -40°F, the Baffin Edge Boots are built for snowshoe treks and midwinter hikes. #REIGifts
How to choose the ideal survival knife - Your Guide on which knife is best.
If dad asks, "What the heck is this?" Tell him it's the Columbia River Eat'N Tool. A spork, screwdriver, pry tool, 3 metric wrenches and a bottle opener in 1.
Leatherman Raptor, multitool designed for uniformed medics (contains 420HC stainless steel shears, strap cutter, carbide glass breaker, ring cutter, ruler, oxygen tank wrench)