Survival Travel Bag

Sensible Prepper Presents: Survival Travel/EDC Bag. Having the essentials close at hand can mean the difference between life and death or just taking care of everyday needs.

Based on the "Rule of Three's".

Maxpedition Jumbo Gear Slinger bag (
First Aid Kit (
EPIK Trauma Kit (
Benchmade Triage Folding Knife (
Burts Bees Lip Balm
Glock Model 26 9mm
Glock extra G17 Magazine
Solar Charger eBoot
Water Bottle: Maxpedition Liberty Bottle (
Water Filter Renovo Trio
Wouxon Ham Radio
Whistle (
Body Glove Ballistic Sunglasses
Light (Torch)
Rite n the Rain pad & Space Pen
Writing Pen & Sharpie
Hand Saw
Multi-Tool (Leatherman Mutt)
Zebra Light Head lamp (
Extra Batteries
Compass/ Map
Survival Kit:
Gear Pod (
Burt Bees Res-Q Ointment
Space Blanket
Mil-issue binding wire
Sewing Kit
Bic Lighter
Signaling Mirror
Duct Tape
Button Compass
Wool Watch Cap
Spool Tool 100ft Paracord
Fire Kit: lighters, Vaseline Cotton Balls, Fire Steel, Freznel Lens, Knife
S.O.S. Life Raft Emergency Bars (3 Day Supply)
Esse Izula fixed Blade Knife (
Pocket References by Thomas Glover (

Eboot Solar Charger Review :

Renovo Trio Review:

Fire Kit Review:

Bandana 40 Uses Video:

Spool Tool Review:

Pocket Reference Reviews:

S.O.S. Life Raft Food Bar Review:

Esee Izula Fixed Blade Knife Review:

Glock Model 26 Review:

EPIK Trauma Kit Review:

Benchmade Triage Knife Review:

Thanks For Watching~ Sootch00

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  • Anthony Gomez

    solar batteries bro. had them use them for 6 years now

  • The smart filipino

    You should look up dale Atwood he is selling a better version of the paracord cutter thing

  • sonic97dx

    how much does this cost?

  • A Arte Não Pode Morrer

    Excelent video. I love your channel. For me is the best and I Always learn much. Hugs from Brazil.

  • Tony P

    Hey brother, thanks for sharing these videos, been prepping for a good while but, always open to new ideas, methods, materials, products, etc., etc. I always learn a thing or two from watching your vids. One thing I’m serious about is carrying at least a couple of bottles of water that I can attach to my EDC/GHB like this slingbag once I have to start walking, plus some real food (in addition to candy/protein bars) in the bag. Once the SHTF it’s no time for getting off your way looking for food or water, get a good head start. I’ve found that Bumble Bee and other tuna labels make an excellent, filling and satisfying ready to go snack consisting of canned, prepared tuna with at least six small crackers. One of these will take care of your hunger for a bit and provide needed protein if you’re walking. The package is sold at Walmart and grocery stores everywhere, cost less than $2 each and I carry two in my bag, enough for a day of trekking back to the homestead. They fit perfectly and are lightweight. Stay safe!

  • Travis E

    Great Video

  • alwaysrockn2009

    I like your bag of tricks. So many things are in that bag I can’t help but wonder how long it took you to find all this gear, how as well, but most importantly how much it all cost. Can you provide a ball- park monetary figure?

  • Jeff Hay

    I just wanted to say that I have just barely found your videos I have enjoy them I’m just now starting my own day pack please keep up the great work you are doing very Informative wish I would have been smarter when I was younger but thank you very much.

  • Francis Thompson

    3 seconds without common sense !
    Lee, Indianapolis

  • Jody Bessert

    Great setup. Thanks for sharing!

  • Thug Lincoln

    Do you honestly carry off-body or was that just for the video?

  • Ricardo Hernández

    why you choose the multitool MUG a lot of tools are for a militar use

  • Mr. Random

    Do you get paid by Maxpedition?

  • Doomsday Lone Wolf

    I call BS on his kits, most seem like authentic stuff he keeps, but I’m sure some stuff he throws in for marketing purposes. I’m sure a few items he threw in to help promote products from various companies, good idea but keep it real at the same time, cantanbury does the same thing.

  • Toby Riggle

    Hey there,

    Do you carry any stomach meds in any of your kits?

    When SHTF, I would imagine that depending on the circumstances, intense stress alone can create problems with digestion.

    People can get diarrhea or get constipated. Of course, diarrhea can result from ingesting contaminated substances too…

    Just thought I’d toss this your way. I’m guessing diarrhea is not a good thing to have in an intense survival scenario.

    I LOVE your videos. I’ve seen about every one, and learn new things every time. Thank you so much for being a great teacher and example.



  • Luis Postigo

    where do you buy this bag

  • Luis Postigo

    and ther is any video you can make for mexicans prep on what to do in case of STFH


    very well done thanks

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  • WaiteDavidMSPhysics

    Wheres the first two things that should have gone into it? Oh wait, you replaces them with crap, never having gone camping in your life and pretending to be prepared, got it.

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