ULTIMATE Winter Bug out Bag/ Survival Gear



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Bugging out in winter is a entirely different animal, you need the gear that will keep you warm, traditional shelters will make life miserable for most at very low temps. Its important that you prioritize survival gear for winter with the contents of this video in mind.

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28 thoughts on “ULTIMATE Winter Bug out Bag/ Survival Gear

  1. Worst idea ever….
    1st….your full of sht to say you hike lol….number 1 item every hiker has in their pack you dont have….and I'm not telling you what it is…I'm sure your capable of googling it lol its something you use before you hike to prevent a medical issue that every hiker ever faces.

    2. Any real backpacker of hiker knows….a roll like this is a terrible use of space and weight….its probably 2lbs of completely unnecessary weight and as any prepper knows everything needs to serve multiple uses!

    3. You have 3 of so many items….your gear is an unbelievably heavy loadout and not necessary what so ever….your literally only here to sell and make money leading people in a poor direction…lightweight drybags are all you should have! They keep your gear dry and or hold water and incredibly light…not your roll. I just cant take this guy seriously.

    Finally theres no way anyone is going out in -30 or colder weather…its suicide. The reality is that few people will be looting or rioting…stay inside hunker down wait until you have better weather…..God this guy is just plain dangerous to society. I have camped in -35 degree weather numerous times in a tent for hunting….its a terrible idea and its dangerous to suggest doing it in an emergency scenario….you stand a much better chance in a home. Sell sell sell though bro!

  2. most of the weight in my pack are my winter clothes and a spare change of normal clothes. The rest is going to be on my person, I’ve made sure to put the basics on me. More advanced stuff in my bag and I can add to it, only thing missing currently is my Mummy bag since it needs to be washed and the waterproof bag needs rewaterproofing

  3. It doesn’t get below 0 F where I live so that’s all I have prepared in my kit but if I have to head up north I’ve planned to add a couple more sleeping bags. I’ll be under 4 or 5 sleeping bags dreaming I was in a teepee with a wood stove. Sounds cozy.

  4. You brought with you your home, ummm too comfortable, you have no idea what survival really is, unfortunately you Americans have to sell products on amazon, this is the problem…..

  5. Once I was waiting for my bus and it never showed up so I had to wait for the next one for 45min while it was -40°C. It's cold in Canada specially in Quebec

  6. I also have an m6 scout in 22/410. My wife loves to shoot it. It's an older one that i bought brand new for an amazing price. Gonna have to check out the roll. Looks very handy to keep the smaller gear organized. Check out the Hill People Gear chest rig. Absolutely a great piece of kit.

  7. I can tell that you live in an urban area and play prepper on the weekends by the equipment you are carrying in your backpack. I could survive on half of the stuff you mentioned. I have the first aid kit, which is larger than the basic ones most people carry. I also have a fire starting kit and have a folding saw, folding pocket knife, cooking set to cook, and eat out of, a decent compass, my food, and hot chocolate to drink since I don't drink coffee. I also have backup items in my backpack like the survival kit with backup items I may need in case one of my primary items goes bad. On my side I wear my utility belt with the canteen, and survival knife. I also keep another canteen, water pills, and water filters in my backpack so I have fresh water to drink and cook with.

  8. Your videos are invaluable because you've actually used the shit you're showing and have to vested interest in not giving an honest opinion, which can save us the trial and error, and better prepare us for live bug out situations. I'm thinking that establishing pre- bug out necessary network of friends might help to the continued survival of our species!

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