In a survival situation, there’s no such thing as an inconsequential injury. Small cuts and abrasions can compromise your ability to do the things you need to do, and the looming threat of infection is ever present in a field environment.
Whether you’re lost in the woods or you’re fighting your way through the streets of a third world country, if you want to last longer than a few days, you’ll need a way to treat small injuries before they become significant threats. That’s where kits like the Crate Club’s new Ouch Pouch, or Every Day Carry Med Kit, come in.
Unlike trauma kits meant for emergencies, the Ouch Pouch comes with everything you need to manage the sorts of wounds you can expect to accumulate during a long hike, camping trip, or covert run for the border. Inside the sleek black pouch, you’ll find all the gear necessary to clean, treat, and cover cuts, scrapes, bruises, and even burns, along with other essentials that’ll help keep you moving when the going gets tough, like Ibuprofen, Aspirin, an antihistamine, and antidiarrheal meds.
If you’re lucky, you’ll never need to use a trauma kit, but the Crate Club Ouch Pouch is meant for frequent and easy use, addressing small wounds before they can get infected, and helping to manage the aches and pains of life in a tough situation. The Ouch Pouch is an essential part of a well rounded kit.
To purchase all the gear included in the Crate Club’s new Ouch Pouch would run you just shy of fifty dollars, but right now you can get the complete kit for just $29.99 for however long supplies last.
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