Goal Zero Lighthouse 400: Surprisingly Versatile

** We're doing a giveaway of this lantern through the end of October. Click here for details: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OqHrIvp0CK0 ** This week we're trying out the Lighthouse 400 lantern from Goal Zero. This little beauty isn't cheap, coming in at $79.99 but, looking over it's features and usability, I still say it's a good buy. Packed …

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Borderland Trailer Field Test | 3 Days Overlanding In the Cache National Forest

You may have watched my first video on the Borderland Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUIFfwQq9R0 Unfortunately, they didn’t have a finished model for us to look at when we visited so they asked us to take one out for a weekend. So we linked up with some friends to hit the Cache National Forest and float down the …

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Car EDC: His and Hers | What Should You Be Considering?

I was getting the family ready for a trip this weekend...what a great time to talk about car bags! In America, we spend a surprising amount of time in our cars, between daily commute, running errands, and various trips. This makes emergency preparedness just as important in our cars as it is at home. The …

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Emergency Dome Shelter from Harvest Right | Set Up and Review

As you know, we LOVE testing and reviewing shelters on this channel and this one was no exception. I've seen a few of these geodesic dome shelters on the market, but I haven't seen any this easy to set up. This emergency shelter from Harvest Right (you may know them from their freeze dryer machines) …

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OSIGS Trauma Kit by OTAC | Small Enough To Grab and Go

First aid training and supplies are far too often overlooked when we first starting into emergency preparedness. We love to spend time training at the range (I can still smell the gun powder on my hands from this morning), but how often do we have a trauma kit with us when we're around firearms? Not …

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Fortress Clothing Bug Out Bag | Defense Against the Elements

I came across Fortress Clothing recently and was really impressed with their cold weather gear. Not only is it light weight and rated down to -35º F, but they offer a Bug Out Bag, specifically for grab-and-go. Most of us focus just on food and weapons when first getting prepared, but we rarely spend enough …

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