NEW SURVIVAL BELT 2.0: Better materials + added security. Pre-order now & get a free extra strap! Details.

NEW SURVIVAL BELT 2.0: Better materials + added security. Pre-order & get a free strap! Details.

To redeem offer, must select free bonus strap after adding Survival Belt 2.0 to cart. Limit one Bonus Survival Strap per order. Must purchase at least one Survival Belt 2.0 to be eligible to redeem offer. Bonus Survival Strap will ship together with Survival Belt 2.0. Bonus Survival Strap offer is valid until March 22nd at 11:59pm PST. Cannot combine with other offers and discounts. May not be applied to previous orders. Must return both Survival Belt 2.0 and Bonus Survival Strap for a full refund. If Survival Belt 2.0 is returned, refund value will be reduced by the retail amount of the Bonus Survival Strap.

Bryan Galyardt

Camping Time

This warm weather that we should be feeling makes me want to get out, and get camping. I love to go somewhere far from roads and lights, so that I can set up a simple tent and watch the stars. It is refreshing to get away from life and recharge ones batteries. I have always loved camping, since my parents have been taking me since I was very little, I have learned to love the long unscheduled days. Over the years I have made some mistakes, like not putting the food in the bear box, or thinking we don't need the rain guard on the tent. I have also learned some fun things, mostly from family and friends, that can make camping even easier. Here is one of our photos from Ireland when we had to hike 5 miles to our next hostel from the train station.



1) You can use a headlamp on a water jug for an easy lantern.

2) Instead of using ice, freeze water in jugs. This way you won't have a watery mess, and you will also have extra drinking water once it thaws.

3) Use a Survival Belt around a tree so you can hang your pans and a towel line.

4) Prepare mac and cheese in a tin or foil container, so you can reheat it over the camp fire later.

5) As some of us know, using dryer lint is great for fire-starting kindling.

6) Plan your vacations, as most national parks have free camping options.


Get out this spring and just leave all your worries and responsibilities at the paved road.


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