Gear Reviews

Outer Limit Supply 6500 Outback : The gear review that could save your life.

This gear review is on an important piece of gear that I think is often overlooked. I will plan/daydream for days before a big trip about the gear I need to take. This mostly falls in the category of fly fishing core essentials like what weight rods I will need and, reels with spare spools for streamer tip or full sinking lines, flies for the area and countless other things that are running through my mind before a trip. The thing that often gets overlooked as we gather our fishing or outdoor gear is a comprehensive first aid kit. My trips often involve taking my Family friends and sometimes the dog well off of the beaten path and far away from medical care. We could be on a multi-day float trip or just that remote secret spot that took 3 hours to 4-wheel to and another hour hike. Because of the remote places, we fish and Hunt and my desire to be prepared and self-sufficient, I went in search of a first aid kit that would meet the needs of our group when in the outdoors.  I found the Outback 6500 kit from Outer Limit  Supply to be the best out there for my needs. Now I'm not a medical professional and having this first aid kit does not make me one, but I have found after going through the kit to familiarize my self with it that is not as overwhelming as if first seemed. Let's look at what inside and what I like and dislike about it. Inside you will find the supplies can be broken down into three categories  Dressings, Tools and Medications. The dressings included the stan...