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Outdoor Safety Equipment

Knowing your environment and avoiding risks can help prevent accidents - the right outdoor safety equipment will have you prepared for if they do.

Types of Outdoor Safety Equipment

Fenix Flashlights Flashlights, and in particular LED flashlights are currently experiencing a renaissance in terms of power, output and function. LED’s are vastly more efficient than their incandescent bulb ancestors, they last orders of magnitude longer, are infinitely more durable, and are much, much brighter.
Containers & Tins Mess tins, survival containers, pill boxes, snuff boxes, tobacco tins and more - we've got all your outdoor, camping, hunting and trekking container needs covered.
Batteries, Chargers and Portable Power Flashlights, GPS, and portable electronics require a power source, and we offer a selection of batteries, chargers, and solar power systems for these devices.
Emergency First Aid Kits Emergency first aid kits ought to accompany one during all outdoor activities - be it a small day kit for cuts and scrapes to multi-day excursion kits with sutures and tourniquets.
Field Repair Kits and Tape Having gear to repair gear is essential on longer trips and treks, and can make the difference between a trip of a lifetime, or a sad drive home.
Paracord / Rope Line A good piece of rope goes a long way in the outdoors. We carry high quality, long lasting rope and line including 550/750 Paracord, Survival, Reflective and Utility Cord.
Fire Making While most outdoor use will consist of lighting stoves and getting campfires going, having a least a couple of methods on hand, and especially one on your physical person while outdoors is good practice, as should an emergency situation develop, possessing the means of making fire provides the possibility of keeping warm, purifying water, and being able to signal for help.

Expert Advice

Choose the Right Outdoor Safety Equipment

Safety is key when enjoying the outdoors. Out in the back-country, it can be hours, days or weeks before help can arrive, so accidents and emergencies may very well need to be dealt with in the field. Knowing your environment, and avoiding unnecessary risk can prevent troubles from happening in the first place, but being prepared and having the right gear should problems arise is the best way to ensure everyone makes it back home in one piece.

A medical kit, flashlight and the means of making fire should be standard issue for all outdoor activities. An emergency GPS unit can alert others when troubles arise, and mess tins provide a means of purifying water, and can store extra rations or supplies if caught out unexpectedly. Trips usually go off without a hitch, but being well prepared for the unexpected will ensure every trip has a happy ending.

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