Wise Food 5-Day Survival Backpack, 64 Piece

The Wise Food 5-Day Survival Backpack has 64 pieces to cover you for food, water, warmth, and first aid in an emergency. Keep this compact setup handy in your pickup for backcountry work, in your home in case of natural disaster, or it makes a great addition to your hunting cabin. Food, water, first aid, and warmth: All the necessities for doomsday prep are here.

The Survival Backpack includes 20 gourmet entrées, plus five 4.227 fluid ounce water pouches. A portable stove includes four fuel tablets, plus there’s a stainless steel cup, a flashlight, and survival whistle. The 37-piece first aid/hygiene kit includes a 20-piece bandage kit. There’s also a dust mask, pocket tissues, waste bag, waterproof matches, Mylar blanket, poncho, and playing cards.

Made in the USA, it all comes in an army digital pack. Please note: The backpack is coming in Camo or Red color. The portable stove is black in color, not tan as pictured. The stainless steel cup is now lower profile and widens at the top. Sorry, no color choice.

Here’s a great comment from the SG Product Review page. It’s from “Bob up north” endorsing the Wise Food 5-Day Survival Backpack: “If there were an emergency and you had only seconds to get out of you home, grabbing this back pack could sustain you for 5 days. Worth every dime for the peace of mind.”

For more information, contact:
Wise Company
3676 California Ave, B100
Salt Lake City, UT 84104

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