APOCABANDS (QTY 6): $3
APOCABANDS are a modern twist on the time tested RANGER BANDS. If you’re not familiar, Ranger Bands are made from cutting sections of bicycle inner tube. They’ve been used for everything from strapping kit items on knife sheaths to silencing key rings. Your creativity is the limit when it comes to deploying APOCABANDS. Use them to organize Bug Out Gear, keep containers closed or even as small game snare triggers. Made in the USA from durable elastic rubber, these bands will provide you with years of hard use.
APOCABOX MYOL PATCH: $5
I don’t believe in luck, but I do believe in Survival Skills. Learning survival skills is MAKING YOUR OWN LUCK. This patch is a reminder to do just that! You can sew this patch on or heat-seal it using a home iron on COTTON setting for 30-60 seconds. Heat-seal on cotton only. Next month, patches will come with velcro backing.
MUSTACHE CHAR CLOTH KIT: $18
This char cloth kit is enclosed as a companion piece to your Survival Skills Challenge this month. Because I am a fan of all things MANLY, I have custom designed the manliest flint striker I could think of – the MUSTACHE striker. This striker has been laser cut from high carbon steel and then heat treated to a Rockwell Hardness of 60-62. It will throw some mad sparks from any piece of flint, chert, obsidian or similar rock that you can find. I’ve enclosed a hand-made flint arrowhead as your kit’s piece of flint. Included also in this kit is a metal pocket tin, some squares of 100% cotton and some jute natural fiber cord. See the SKILLS CHALLENGE Sheet and Video to learn how to make CHAR CLOTH using your kit.
RED/BLACK BUFFALO SCARF: $15
As many of you know, I love scarves. In fact, I am a scarf connoisseur. This 100% cotton 42”x42” scarf is one of the most useful survival products I have ever owned. I’m a huge fan of the red/black buffalo check and this is the closest I could find to that pattern. In fact, I’ll be wearing this exact scarf in an upcoming Season 2 episode of FAT GUYS IN THE WOODS, which starts airing June 7th on The Weather Channel. I’ve used these for pillows, arm slings, towels, head wraps, neck gators, tablecloths, backpacks and YES – even to make CHAR CLOTH! I have one of these guys packed in all of my survival kits and Bug Out Bags. It’s one of those “don’t leave home without it” items.
Paracord Wrapped FISHING KIT: $8
This compact survival fishing kit has everything you need to catch, clean and cook a survival meal on the go. It comes complete with fishing line, hooks, sinkers, swivels, bobbers, mini-knife, cotton fire tinder and a ferro rod. It clips easily on a backpack or will fit inside almost any size survival kit. And, don’t forget the useful paracord wrap as well!