Originally designed for emergency kits, the ExcursionTM First Aid Kit (IFAK) was proven perfect for backpacking, hiking, camping, tactical situations, autos, EDC and other field situations. It has the perfect set of supplies for most first aid situations.
It fits coat pockets, day packs, backpacks, tactical packs, autos, and more. The rugged, light weight MOLLE bag contains critical first aid supplies for field activities like backpacking, camping, shooting, ATVs tactical situations, bug out evacuations, and more...
The Excursion Compact First Aid Kit (IFAK) is perfect for personal field first aid emergencies.
The light weight Excursion Field First Aid Kit was designed for many mobile uses. It was originally designed for bug out bags and survival kits. However, it's proven ideal for camping, tactical situations, and more.
PREMIUM SUPPLIES The Excursion Compact First Aid Kit (IFAK) was designed for personal field use. It contains the right set of supplies for many emergency situations. It contains supplies for simple emergencies as well as severe trauma. It's designed to patch you up and help you get home or to a hospital.
IDEAL SIZE The organizer bag was designed to house crutial first aid supplies while maintaining a light weight. It can fit nearly any coat or jacket pocket, day pack, backpack, purse, glove box, car storage compartment, go bag, or emergency kit. It is perfectly sized for first aid supplies. At 8 x 6 x 4.5 inches the bag will fit nearly any container or strap to the outside of compatible molle bags.
OPTIMAL GEAR ORGANIZER The Excursion Compact First Aid Kit (IFAK) has 1 main storage compartment, with supply pouches, pockets, zippered pockets and mesh pouches. Multiple easy-access pockets and pouches contain bandages, tourniquets, pressure bandages, adhesives, and more (see below for complete supply list).
PREMIUM MATERIALS High quality, durable 1000D Nylon is used on the outer shell and 420D Polyester lines the inside. The organizer bag is sturdy yet light weight.
APPLICATIONS The Excursion Compact First Aid Kit (IFAK) was originally designed for emergency and survival gear, tactical gear, and first aid kit supplies (IFAK). It can also be used for backpacking, school gear, electronic gear, purse contents, etc. The various types of pockets and pouches are perfect for a variety of gear, tools, and supplies.
EMERGENCY ESSENTIAL The organizer bag was designed for the essentials. One container can carry and organize all of the emergency essentials supplies and survival first aid for outdoor use, go bags, bug out bags, 72 hour kits, and other emergency kits. The organizer is perfect for storing backpacking gear and equipment.
Gear Organizer Many molle pouches are large cavernous bags with little to no organization. Gear co-mingles and bounces around, rubbing and wearing. The Excursion compact first aid kit (IFAK) was designed to compartmentalize supplies for easy access and quick location.
Emergencies and Survival - The Excursion Compact First Aid Kit (IFAK) was originally designed for bug out bag and 72 hour kit emergencies and survival situations. It has the right light wait supplies for emergency coverage in field settings. It's perfect for giving you a chance to get home or get to a hospital.
Backpacking - The light weight, ideal supply list is perfect for backpackers. The compact kit fits most bags, packs, and coat pockets.
EMT/First Aid - The Excursion Compact First Aid Kit (IFAK) is great for EMTs and other first responders. It can attach to belts or be inserted as part of larger kits.
Tactical Gear - Enhanced supplies like tourniquets, pressure bandages, etc. are commonly required for tactical or military first aid settings. This bag also has space to expand.
EDC - Professionals and others who are in the field frequently can rely on this personal first aid kit. It is compact enough to carry every day on a hip or harness or larger pack.
Car Kits - Stow this individual first aid kit in your glove box or trunk for auto emergencies.
The first aid supplies and devices in this kit are intended for specific uses. When used inappropriately, they can cause injury. With all first aid supplies and devices we STRONGLY recommend the following:
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