Inside the tightly wrapped 7 feet of paracord is a small fire starter, tinder, foil, 32 ft of fishing line, 2 swivels, alcohol ad, 2 bobber floats, and 2 treble hooks. The compact size can fit in your pocket or on a key chain, this is an efficient, affordable way to ensure you've got the bare minimum to make it through an unexpected extra night (or week) outdoors.
Whether outfitting a family of campers or just stocking the bunker, this deal saves you over $80 on flashlight lanterns that will last for years and trips to come. The collapsible design allows for easy packing, and protects the LED bulbs when stowed away. Manufacturers say to expect 100,000 hours of bulb life. Usually $100 for a pack of 4, get this steal today for just $19.45. 12 AA batteries included.
This game changing filter is EPA approved and used all over the world as a part of humanitarian aid. It can provide 792 gallons (1,000 liters) of safe drinking water, using a .2 micron hollow fiber membrane system that filters out 99.9% of protozoa and 99.9999% of bacteria, including cryptosporidium, E. coli, shigella and salmonella. Usually $25, the LifeStraw filter is on sale for $14.99 today.
Unigear 600D Dry Bag
These protective waterproof bags will keeps electronics and paper products dry in water, they'll float if you capsize in your kayak, and protect your possessions from dirt or high temperatures when your off the boat as well. Comes in various sizes and colors, but this yellow 2L size is just $8.69 today.
This lightweight, pop-up tent easily stows away into a small carrying case. The material, made of 190T silver coated polyester Oxford fabric for blocking harmful rays. Bring it to the river, the beach, while camping, or up the ante during the next birthday sleepover. $30.99.
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