Surviveware First Aid Kits Receives Acclaim for Use in Backcountry

The Surviveware Compact First Aid Kit has received rave reviews from backpackers and campers for its handiness in rugged outdoor situations.

Surviveware, a leading online retailer of adventure preparedness gear, is pleased to share that its Compact First Aid Kit has received positive feedback from users for its usefulness in the wilderness.

The Surviveware Compact First Aid Kit is made of 600D polyester, a rugged material that can withstand exposure to the severest of terrains. The bag is water-resistant, but not waterproof, so all supplies which are susceptible to water damage are housed in sealable laminate bags that transform the kit into a waterproof first aid kit. The zippers are durable, and has a guaranteed useful life of 1,000 zips. Surviveware’s design team streamlined the contents of the kit after much research, including the 100 first aid items which are most commonly used. The versatility of the kit is one of its most lauded features. Its compact size is ideal for hikers and others who want a comprehensive kit without adding extra weight to their pack, as attested by Surviveware customer, Sean, in his review, “The kit is ideal for back-country camping as it fits a good deal of supplies in a small package. You can add in a few extras like meds or Benadryl to customize to your needs. Overall a 5 star product for a fair price.”

This wilderness first aid kit is compact and lightweight, so that it is not a burden to add to a backpack or daypack. The most unique and defining feature of the Surviveware Backpacking First Aid Kit is its organization; its supplies are kept
in compartmentalized sleeves, so during an emergency, it is easy to see and grab the necessary first aid items quickly. This recent review from a customer attests review: “When I was younger I took a course on Wilderness Medicine and this First Aid Kit brought back a lot of memories. The kit is bright red and easy to spot in an emergency. The kit is very well organized and all the different sections are labeled. The more you practice with this First Aid Kit, the more you will familiarize yourself and be able to respond to a Medical situation. This First Aid Kit is for minor medical situations, but the thought and planning that went into this is to be commended… I would add a small flashlight, along with a better tourniquet. Bottom Line- is this a good First Aid Kit 5 out of 5 yes. Is it worth the Price 5 out of 5 yes. Would I purchase this kit 5 out of 5 yes. I hope this will help. Also the kit can be worn on your belt. One of the best First Aid Kits out there.”

Co-founder Amanda Condry, "We made this travel first aid kit compact and versatile. It is light and small, so when strapped to a backpack with its MOLLE system, the weight goes unnoticed. Even though the kit is on the small side it is packed with high-quality first aid supplies and rugged enough to last many extreme outdoor adventures. As backpackers ourselves, we made this kit with our fellow outdoorsmen in mind who require high quality, versatile gear that is easy to carry.”

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Name: Amanda Condry
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Organization: Surviveware

Release ID: 364069