Cache Survival Belt

Sep 26, 2016

Category: Gear

Nothing like a little stealthy survival gear to keep you at the ready for when disaster strikes. Be it at the office or out on a hike, there’s little reason to not be prepared, especially with The Cache Belt, a survival belt manufactured in the USA by Wazoo Survival Gear hosting up to 27 different survival tools carefully hidden within the Cache’s unique design.

The Cache Belt comes in three different categories: Minimalist, Essentials, and Adventure. Needless to say, the amount of tools and survival gear outfitted on each belt varies in number. For instance, you’ll find a hidden pocket, gear loops, and a bottle opener on the Minimalist, fishing hooks, weights, fishing line, duct tape and water purification tabs on the Essentials, and a water pre-filter, ceramic knife, flashlight and a compass among plenty others on the Adventure. Thanks to its sleek appearance, no one will even know it’s a survival belt, making it the perfect option for either the professional work environment or a weekend outdoors. They’re available for reservation on Kickstarter now with retail prices slated to start at $30. [Purchase]

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