Bushcrafters call it EDC (Every Day Carry), the military IPS (Individual Survival Package). Different names, but a common task, which is to provide the owner with a minimum of self-sufficiency in casual terrain. A set of items ready for use in an emergency must be: waterproof, small (it can be carried in a pocket in case of loss of equipment) and resistant to mechanical damage. The basic IPS looks similar to most Special Forces operators. It can be divided into sets, each of which is responsible for a separate aspect of military survival.
Fall and even winter do not have to mean the end of the running or trekking season. All you need is the right and thoughtful outfit to be able to continue your active sports life in peace. What you wear as the first layer of clothes is very important. Thermoactive underwear will be the best possible solution. This is a good solution because, firstly, we do not overheat our body with a thick layer of clothes, and secondly, we avoid soaking our clothes with sweat. How to choose the right thermoactive underwear? Read our post.
Combat actions take place in various scenarios. Both in forest areas and in the city. It is the spatial conditions that determine the color of the soldier's uniform. Part of the world's armies create their own camouflage patterns, private companies also do it on request. The point is not to make the camouflage stand out. It is supposed to be effective, i.e. it is supposed to integrate the adept of the art of war into the field. Of course, some of the patterns are specific to a given army. That is why we decided to introduce you to the 10 most interesting military camouflages that you can find in our store.
The popular theory of "threes" is that a person is able to survive: 3 minutes without oxygen, 3 days without water, 3 weeks without food. While the first two points are indisputable, it is worth considering the third. Can we really survive that long without any food?