Hello guys , this is Nick from HF Survival School and today I will show you what gear I take for a few day hiking trips. Thank you everyone for your support, for your likes , shares and kind comments which I love to respond to. You can view this video in Full HD 1080p
Also :

Backpack: //amzn.to/2ypGD9h
Bracelet: //alaskaparacord.com
Sleeping Bag: //amzn.to/2wTSH1m
Sleeping Pad: //amzn.to/2fvAeWh
Tent/Bivy: //bit.ly/2fNc4Dy
Trekking Poles: //amzn.to/2jWZbes
Gas Stove: //amzn.to/2xGGCAz
Pants: //amzn.to/2hvGYAo

Food: //bit.ly/2y4cbp1

Nick’s Crafts : //www.facebook.com/groups/NicksCrafts

Support me on :
Paypal : Hfsurvivalschool@gmail.com
Patreon : //www.patreon.com/HFSurvivalSchool
Facebook : //www.facebook.com/HFSurvivalSchool
Instagram : @HFSurvivalSchool
Twitter : //twitter.com/HFSurvival

Check Out My Channel : //bit.ly/1zGFZOn
Bushcraft Skills : //bit.ly/1THeFxo
Survival Tips&Tricks : //bit.ly/1JKMZUl
Survival Kits : //bit.ly/1zeN0EJ

Thank you all for watching !

source

11 COMMENTS

  1. Nice one mate, yeah go with the large pack if you can carry the gear I say> Used to use a 75l + 15l day pack on it and it was ok loaded when I was fit, but due to health issues I down sized to a 45l and lightened my load a lot, made me realize I took far more stuff than I really needed. Just watched a few of your vids so now subbed, cheers from Australia mate.