Quite seriously, preparedness is something I certainly believe in… I have a “home” bucket for power failures and weather related emergencies, I carry a “breakdown-and-stranded” bucket in the car trunk [there is also a repairs tool kit pouch and a pocket emergency kit in the door pocket]. I always carry one of my pocket emergency kits when I go out in the woods beyond my own backlot, and I am usually carrying the “knife/ light/ fire” essentials right in my front jeans pocket at all times.
As TV constantly reminds us, the lizard people, the fascists [or lib-tards], the zombies, or something is always just ahead to ruin our safe little lives. 2019 looks like a great year to get COMPLETELY up-to-date and stylin’ for whatever next end-of-world scenario comes along, and “RINO” has you covered in one of the best looking solutions… not necessarily the best preparedness package, but certainly the “best looking” I’ve seen.
$149 [vs $199 msrp] gets you just the bags.
$300 [$385 msrp] fills them with a full load-out of generic “survival stuff”!
Only three days left today [Feb 10, 2019], so, check them out on Kickstarter for yourself>>>
- I think it does truly look great, and super well-organized.
- However, those great looking, snug fitting little packages seem limiting, and their build looks like it wastes space… give me stuff sacks and plastic bags, please.
- The rigid “pack” looks small to me, and I question just how comfy it’s gonna be on your back.
- It also doesn’t look like there is much room for your own gear… I mean, face it, you are going to want to take some stuff that doesn’t “live” permanently in the pack.
To each his own/ one size doesn’t fit all/ do your own thing/ it’s your money….. but, personally, I’ll pick-and-choose my own load-out of stuff of know/proven quality, and stick with my 5 gallon car bucket and a regular, soft sided backpack.