Should the worst happen, you'll want sturdy, stalwart gear to help save the day.
Realistically, all you need in a micro-IFAK is a tourniquet, properly staged on a carrier, an absorbent bandage such as an Israeli battle bandage or Cederroth Bloodstopper, a pack of QuikClot Combat Gauze, a pair of gloves and a Hyfin Chest Seal.
Being prepared for the worst-case scenario means you’re equipped to deal with everything in between.
Tacprogear will be unveiling new body armor, medical and tactical luxury lines at SHOT Show 2015 in Las Vegas, NV, in booth 20055.
Designed to provide prepared individuals with a versatile, easily carried medical kit, the 12 Survivors UltraLite Mini First-Aid Kit is worth a look.
Made for easy deployment and packed with a range of essential emergency medical equipment, the Micro Trauma Kit NOW! from Blue Force Gear was an easy winner in our 2018 Accessory of the Year category.