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ESEE Junglas + Survival Kit from SOL: Survival Situation – STAY ALIVE in the Rain and Cold of NH

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In this video, we are testing the ESEE Jungles and the SOL Scout Survival Kit to see if we can get shelter, fire, food, and water in the New Hampshire woods in the middle of the rain. It was perfect hypothermia weather when I went out for the day, and as you’ll see it was a chilly, wet day but we made due – check it out.

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8 thoughts on “ESEE Junglas + Survival Kit from SOL: Survival Situation – STAY ALIVE in the Rain and Cold of NH

  1. Another good one Tim built around establishing a plan and not giving up. The SOL kit(with no help from ESEE) is fairly solid for its size except for one serious flaw: no way to purify water. Without the rain you would have been hard pressed to have potable water. And apparently they assume you will have at least a pocket knife with you.

  2. Great video Tim, thanks for sharing… As Dave Canterbury always says ”Your first line of defence against the elements are the clothes on your back”.. With that being said, you def need to practice your skills and get familiar with your gear.. Thanks and ATB from Yellowknife

    1. Another good thing to add for fire starting would be trioxane fuel bars, burns hot and for quite a while.. Great for wet conditions

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