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Adventure Medical SOL Traverse

Adventure Medical SOL Traverse
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$20.00
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$19.99
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SOL Traverse

Bringing back the old school survival tin with the quality and features of a modern survival kit. The Traverse survival kit has you covered in four of the main survival areas; WATER (purification tablet & storage), SHELTER, FIRE, and SIGNALING. The Traverse measures out at 6.25” X 4” X 1.5” and weighs in at a mere 6.1oz. This makes the Traverse survival kit one of the lightest survival tin and is a necessity for your next adventure!

  • Stay Hydrated
    Each water purification tablet and folding 1-liter water bag will hold and purify up to 1 liter of water.
  • Stay Warm
    Survive Outdoors Longer ® Emergency Blanket reflects 90% of radiated body heat and stretched up to 650% without being torn.
  • Start Campfires and Camp Stoves
    Fire LiteTM striker is waterproof and tested to produce over 5,000 sparks. Tinder QuikTM burns up to two minutes, even when wet.
  • Be Heard
    Broadcast your location up to one mile away with the 100dB Mini Slim Rescue HowlerTM pea-less whistle

KIT DETAILS

  • Size: 6.25” X 4” X 1.25”
  • Weight: 7.5 oz
  • Group Size: 1 Person
  • Trip Duration: Multiple Days

Suppley List

  • 1 - Survival Tin
  • 1 - Survival Instructions
  • 1 - Emergency Blanket
  • 1 - Mini Rescue Howler Whistle
  • 1 - Spark-Lite Firestarter
  • Tinder Quik
  • Water Purification tablets
  • Duct Tape, Safety Pin

We reserve the right to add, substitute, or delete items if necessary
Please note: Some medications may not be available in products sold outside of the US, additional items may be substituted.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Adventure Medical SOL Traverse 0140-1767 ADVENTURE MEDICAL SOL TRAVERSE
$19.99
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