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SEVENTY2® Survival System - Grey


$389.00

 The SEVENTY2® Survival System is the world's best 72-hour Survival Kit for your camping gear and outdoor adventures. 

Don't believe us? Just ask TIME, Outside Magazine, Huffington Post, Field and Stream, and dozens of other authorities who have praised the Seventy2 for its design, quality and ease of use in survival situations.

95% of all survival situations are resolved within 72 hours, but the first 72 hours are extremely critical. Having the right gear can mean the difference between life and death. With that in mind, we worked closely with first responders, doctors, special forces operators, mountain guides and other experts to develop the world's best 72-hour survival kit. The result? A product that changes a potentially deadly situation into one where you come out alive.

THE FINER DETAILS

Your SEVENTY2™ Survival System is designed to exacting standards using the highest-quality materials and workmanship.

  • Made of durable and waterproof 600D tarpaulin.

  • 11 lb. total carry weight with insert

  • 26L storage inside shell

  • Dimensions: 18” x 12” x 6”

WATERPROOF SHELL

The SEVENTY2® Survival System’s outer shell is made of lightweight, waterproof and extremely durable tarpaulin. This material is so airtight, the bag can be used as a floatation device. Gray in color, you will blend into a crowd in an emergency situation, avoiding marking yourself as an inadvertent target.

PORTABLE INSERT

The system includes a military-grade canvas insert featuring screen-printed graphics and instruction, a hard exoskeleton and over 30 high-quality tools.

The SEVENTY2® Survival System's insert features additional backpack straps, doubling your carrying capacity by freeing up the waterproof shell in times of need. PVC inserts provide protection to your internal components. They can also be removed and used as either snowshoes or shaped into a cylinder to use as a sling.