A look inside a survival kit designed to keep you alive.F&S
You’re going to die someday, but not today—not if you have the Seventy2 survival system. That’s the promise Uncharted Supply Co. is making with its new go bag, which is designed to have enough supplies to keep a missing person alive for 72 hours in the wild. Their thinking is that since most lost persons are recovered within three days, having the right equipment to endure that time in the wilderness is essential.
Field & Stream recently had a chance to preview the new kit, the contents of which you can check out below.
The Seventy2 | BUY IT NOWCliff Gardiner & John Keller
Snap-and-glow sticks have been a staple of bug-out kits for years, for good reason. They’re waterproof, durable, long-lasting, and designed for signaling rescue aircraft from the ground. Cliff Gardiner & John Keller
If you’re worried about batteries, fear not, because the ETON emergency radio has a backup hand-crank charging system. A multifunction radio, backup flashlight, and USB output are also included, making it a worthy inclusion in any go bag. Cliff Gardiner & John Keller
Calories count—especially when you’re burning more than you’re taking in. These bars have 200 calories per serving, and though these rations may be basic, they may save your life. Cliff Gardiner & John Keller
This mini filter removes harmful bacteria, protozoa, and cysts from freshwater sources, because the last thing you want to do while lost is get sick from drinking foul water. Cliff Gardiner & John Keller