Why we need to be ready
The purpose of a bug-out bag is allow for quick evacuation if a disaster should strike. Gather your core gear into a single place, like a Blaze Bugout Bag. Disaster relief and management organizations recommend that a bug-out bag contain enough supplies to last 72 hours, as it may take them up to 72 hours to reach people affected by disasters and offer help.
The right size - maximum mobility
People usually build bags that are too heavy because they overestimate how much room they have in a vehicle or underestimate just how hard it is to carry 50 pounds on their backs for hours. If you don’t exercise at least three hours a week, you should stay under 20% of your body weight or 45 pounds, whichever is less. The Blaze Bugout Bag was created to provide the perfect weight-to-functionality ratio. Spacious and versatile enough for your critical gear, and light enough that you can bug out to a safe location quickly.
Bugout Bag Packing List
- Air filtration mask.
- Water and food for 72 hours.
- First aid kit with enough medicine for 3 days.
- Shelter, clothing, and warmth.
- A disaster plan including location of emergency centers, and professional emergency literature explaining what to do in various types of disaster.
- Tools and navigation including a radio, flashlights, multi-tools, and trapping/fishing equipment.
- Product Size: 21" H x 14" W x 9.5" D (13" D expanded)
- 600 denier polyester construction with water-resistant interior
- Hydration ready
- Padded, adjustable backpack straps
- Top and side carry handles
- External compression straps for stability
- 19.5" zipper opening
- Hook and loop panel to add patches or name tape
- Large expandable main compartment
- Ten interior pockets hold electronics, cords, and other supplies
- Faux leather ID tag