Man vs Wild” you have no doubt watched Bear Grylls brave some of the most hostile landscapes in the world, in an all out effort to show the home viewers how to survive a variety of different and challenging environments. As he explains, in the shows introduction, he is to survive a week in a place you wouldn’t last a day without the proper survival training. From the jungles of Vietnam to the wasteland of the Arctic, Bear shows the home audience how to build shelter, gather food, find water and monopolize all available resources to survive. On these adventures, Bear takes minimal survival gear, typically including a canteen, knife, and if you look carefully on his wrist a Survival Bracelet. Constructed of 550 parachute cord and a D-anchor ring. This simple bracelet contains approximately 8 feet of useful cordage that can be used for everything from building shelters, rafts to fishing.
Making your own bracelet is simple and can be completed in about 1 hour. There are many patterns to choose from but click HERE for the one pictured above. Also, for another option this particular bracelet can be made without only the cordage and no additional hardware.
Rather just buy one check out this site: http://www.survivalstraps.com/
I look forward to the one you make me... Looks like two days of sea duck debauchery, are you in???ReplyDelete
You ask a lot for a man who drank my Christmas present and mailed me the empty bottle. :)ReplyDelete
Sorry, I already have New Year plans that revolve around a clear fluid in a mason jar that an acquaintance recently delivered to me from the wilds of West Virginia.
Good luck with the duck!