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Surviving the wild often comes down to being prepared. The Gerber Bear Grylls survival bracelet is designed for everyday wear, always on hand to be of use when things go south. Constructed of 12 feet of high-strength paracord, and including an emergency whistle, you are ready for anything.
Build a primitive bow, check. Lash together timbers for shelter, check. Hang your food out of reach of bears, check. Surviving the unexpected is about being prepared and the Bear Grylls Survival Bracelet has you covered. Few people know more about survival than Bear Grylls, ex-British Special Forces officer, experienced mountaineer and respected survival trainer. Taking advantage of Gerber’s decades of experience and Bear Grylls’ adventure knowledge, this survival bracelet’s design provides 12 feet of high-strength paracord to help you work your way out of a difficult situation.
The beauty of the Survival Bracelet is that it’s always there if you need it. Designed for everyday wear, the woven paracord design is reminiscent of the classic rope bracelet you had as a kid, but it serves a greater purpose: your survival in the backcountry. The bracelet adjusts with one hand thanks to an easy-to-use cinch system that keeps it tight. The same system also makes for easy removal when you need it. In keeping with Grylls’s multi-use ideals, the bracelet includes an integrated emergency whistle for signaling help or alerting others of danger. Weighing in at less than 1 ounce, the Bear Grylls Survival Bracelet is lighter than your watch, yet it packs resources to help you fashion a splint, repair broken equipment or secure a shelter in the field.
Take the advice of the man who knows how to get himself out of a serious jam and add the Bear Grylls Survival Bracelet to your essential survival kit. There’s no good reason not to wear it on your next adventure.
A key factor to surviving in the wild is the ability to build a fire, with this compact 2 piece design you never have to worry. Water-resistant and easy to grip, it is capable of operation regardless of the elements.
Surviving the unexpected is about being prepared, and the Bear Grylls Compact Fire Starter exceeds the standard. Few people know more about survival than Bear Grylls, ex-British Special Forces officer, experienced mountaineer and respected survival trainer. Taking advantage of Gerber’s decades of experience and Bear Grylls’ adventure knowledge, the Compact Fire Starter design gives its user a necessary boost in getting a fire going in a survival scenario.
A key factor to surviving in the wild is the ability to build a fire. With the Compact Fire Starter in a pocket or attached to a keychain or backpack, maintaining constant access to fire-starting potential is a cinch. Combining a sleek new design with a smaller size, the Compact Fire Starter offers itself as an ideal survival mate without adding unnecessary bulk to the daily carry essentials.
Working in the cold or wearing gloves won’t inhibit use of the Bear Grylls Compact Fire Starter with its simple, 2-piece design. Produce high quality fire-starting sparks using the easy-grip ferrocerium rod when it matters most. Made of durable anodized aluminum with a textured rubber grip, the Compact Fire Starter withstands abuse and still offers easy utility. With a water-resistant design, the Bear Grylls Compact Fire Starter is capable of operation regardless of the elements. The Bear Grylls Priorities of Survival Pocket Guide is included with this tool, furthering its usefulness and potential life-saving functionality.
A high quality flashlight can mean the difference between finding your way back to the car and spending a long night 100 dark yards from the trail. Design by Gerber in collaboration with Bear Grylls, the Bear Grylls Intense Torch packs 140 lumens of bright light into a pocket-sized LED flashlight that weighs less than your smartphone. Several survival-minded features help to make it more than just a bright pocket light. The first thing you’ll notice, after its easy-to-see orange color, is the triangular shape. Round flashlights can roll away on flat surfaces and slip out of wet hands. The Intense Torch won’t roll and it’s easy to grip. Since the conditions when you need an emergency light are often less than ideal, you’ll find the anodized aluminum casing includes a molded rubber grip for optimum comfort and security in your hand, regardless of weather.
A not so obvious but ingenious survival feature is the built-in SOS mode that flashes a bright 140-lumen SOS code with the push of a button. We hope you never need to test it, but if you do, the SOS feature should make you more visible to search and rescue crews on a cold, rainy night. The light has three additional brightness settings to suit your needs and help you meter battery use: 140 lumen high, 35 lumen medium and 17 lumen low. The low setting offers 17 hours of burn time, while the medium provides 8.5 hours and the high runs for 90 minutes. There’s also a momentary-on mode for when you just need a burst of light to locate something in your pack or to signal a partner.
Thanks to LED technology, the Intense Torch does all of this with just two AA batteries. Its waterproof design protects it from rainy downpours and even an extended dip underwater. The handy wrist lanyard adds security and means you can hang the light in your tent for hands-free lighting. Simple and efficient in its design, the Intense Torch offers peace of mind—pack it whenever your travels include backcountry destinations.
This compact LED light is designed to be kept handy at all times – attached to any zipper on your jacket, backpack, or fleece. Built with a long-lasting LED bulb that has four settings – low, high, beacon/blinking, off – it is easy to use in any condition with a soft rubber switch.
Every survival tool, no matter its size, is important. The Micro Torch is a compact L.E.D. light that can attach to any zipper on your jacket, vest, backpack or fleece. It’s built with a long-lasting L.E.D. bulb with four settings – Low, High, Beacon/Blinking and Off. The soft rubber switch makes it easy to use in any condition, even when wearing gloves. Every bit of light goes a long way in the wild.
Offering maximum utility, this knife serves many purposes. A full tang blade partners with nearly 4 feet of paracord to give you added versatility when you are out in the wild. A lightweight, slim sheath has a removable clip to give added packing options.
If you’re going to pack an item into the backcountry, it becomes even more valuable when it serves multiple purposes. By combining Gerber’s decades of experience crafting tools and Bear Grylls’s survival knowledge, the Bear Grylls Paracord Fixed Blade is that item. You get the functionality of a field-proven, full tang fixed blade knife plus the added versatility of nearly 4 feet of paracord. And it weighs in under 6 ounces, that’s less than most smartphones—not bad for a 7.75-inch long knife.
The minimalist, balanced feel of the Paracord Fixed Blade is well-suited to extended backcountry travel where every ounce counts. The 4-inch handle performs equally well with or without the paracord, and it offers a full grip for all hand sizes and plenty of power for driving the blade to shape wood or work on small game. A deep choil that sits between your hand and the blade allows you to safely apply added pressure when driving the blade, and a textured thumb rest on the spine adds control. The 45 inches of paracord on the handle could fashion an emergency splint or repair a blown snowshoe binding. Until then, the cord serves as a lightweight grip on an incredibly capable knife. You can even customize the wrap to suit your grip preference.
The lightweight, slim design of the sheath is in keeping with the thin profile and minimalist style of the knife, a real plus when you’re traveling light and don’t want bulky items hanging from your belt or pack. You can customize the sheath to meet your access preference, too: tip up, tip down or to the side. It attaches easily to a pack, or remove the belt clip for the ultimate in minimalist packing.
With a easily gripped rubber exterior and oblong shape for easy use in the palm, the tinderbox gives its user access to immediate fire starting ability. The revolutionary tool has a grater-like steel surface to create fine tinder, which can then be easily dispensed to light a fire.
Surviving the unexpected is about being prepared, and the Bear Grylls Tinderbox exceeds the standard. Few people know more about survival than Bear Grylls, ex-British Special Forces officer, experienced mountaineer and respected survival trainer. Taking advantage of Gerber’s decades of experience and Bear Grylls’ adventure knowledge, the Tinderbox design gives its user access to immediate fire starting ability while in very limited circumstances.
With a high grip rubber exterior and oblong shape for easy maintenance in the palm, the Bear Grylls Tinderbox, at 3 nimble ounces, is capable of initiating fire in even the most difficult scenarios. This revolutionary tool possesses a grater-like steel cutting surface that creates a fine tinder when applied to wood. The Tinderbox works as well with wet wood as with dry, because the grating surface simply shaves off the wet outer layers to expose the dry interior. After shaving wood into the Tinderbox, the cutter opens to allow easy removal of the tinder that’s been created. At the point of prepping to build a fire, empty the dry tinder contents of the Tinderbox onto the desired surface of collected items to be burned. Do NOT start a fire in the Tinderbox. Place the plastic cover over the cutting surface when not in use to provide protection in a pocket or gear bag.
The Tinderbox’s attached magnifying glass can be used for a spark to ignite the gathered tinder if matches are wet, or worse, unavailable. An emergency signaling mirror is located on the bottom of the Tinderbox, because even getting a fire started doesn’t equate to finding an escape route. The Bear Grylls Priorities of Survival Pocket Guide is included with this tool, furthering its usefulness and potential life-saving utility.
With rugged construction, spring-loaded pliers, outboard locking tools, and an extra grippy handle, this is Bear Grylls’s go-to survival tool. Containing 12 stainless steel, weather-resistant tools that lock while in use, this is a safe, reliable multi-tool to have in the wild.
Rugged construction, spring loaded pliers, external locking tools and an extra grippy handle earn this tool its moniker: the Ultimate Multi-tool.
With an iconic design, the Gator series has become synonymous with craftsmanship and field-tested durability. A portable folding application partners with the patented Gator Grip handle to offer unsurpassed comfort and ease of use.
When Gerber debuted their line of Gator folding knives in 1991, they were voted “Most Innovative Knife of the Year” at the Blade Show. The handle is made of glass-filled nylon and it’s covered with a rubberized alligator skin texture for a tacky, comfortable grip. The lock-back clip point blade has a serrated edge and is forged from 420HC stainless steel. Sheathed in a heavy-duty nylon case, the Gator is still one of Gerber’s most popular folders.