Survival Travel Bag

Sensible Prepper Presents: Survival Travel/EDC Bag. Having the essentials close at hand can mean the difference between life and death or just taking care of everyday needs.

Based on the “Rule of Three’s”.

Maxpedition Jumbo Gear Slinger bag (
First Aid Kit (
EPIK Trauma Kit (
Benchmade Triage Folding Knife (
Burts Bees Lip Balm
Glock Model 26 9mm
Glock extra G17 Magazine
Solar Charger eBoot
Water Bottle: Maxpedition Liberty Bottle (
Water Filter Renovo Trio
Wouxon Ham Radio
Whistle (
Body Glove Ballistic Sunglasses
Light (Torch)
Rite n the Rain pad & Space Pen
Writing Pen & Sharpie
Hand Saw
Multi-Tool (Leatherman Mutt)
Zebra Light Head lamp (
Extra Batteries
Compass/ Map
Survival Kit:
Gear Pod (
Burt Bees Res-Q Ointment
Space Blanket
Mil-issue binding wire
Sewing Kit
Bic Lighter
Signaling Mirror
Duct Tape
Button Compass
Wool Watch Cap
Spool Tool 100ft Paracord
Fire Kit: lighters, Vaseline Cotton Balls, Fire Steel, Freznel Lens, Knife
S.O.S. Life Raft Emergency Bars (3 Day Supply)
Esse Izula fixed Blade Knife (
Pocket References by Thomas Glover (

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Esee Izula Fixed Blade Knife Review:

Glock Model 26 Review:

EPIK Trauma Kit Review:

Benchmade Triage Knife Review:

Thanks For Watching~ Sootch00

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alwaysrockn2009 says:

I like your bag of tricks. So many things are in that bag I can’t help but wonder how long it took you to find all this gear, how as well, but most importantly how much it all cost. Can you provide a ball- park monetary figure?

WaiteDavidMSPhysics says:

Wheres the first two things that should have gone into it? Oh wait, you replaces them with crap, never having gone camping in your life and pretending to be prepared, got it.

Mario Alegria says:

I live you’re videos very informative and very. Cool stuff I’m not a preoperative but I’m learning to be one it’s true you have to protect you’re selves and everything else I like the have too so scince I’m new at this I have some of the stuff I’ll hat I need to get and I’ll get soon is the crow bar.the little one you showed that’s important and some knives .I did some training of my own when I was in the Philippines I’m not a soldier or anything I just like to survive .that’s all nothing wrong for preparing for what ever happends.i next so very good clip.on the gear. I have to create my own bug out bag. can you review on survival poles next up. thanks

Loren Armentrout says:

Very nice bag, but I noticed you flagged yourself with your loaded pistol at least twice, come on sootch, gotta keep ya on your toes

Cecilia Coch says:


A Arte de Despertar says:

Excelent video. I love your channel. For me is the best and I Always learn much. Hugs from Brazil.

Ricardo Hernández says:

why you choose the multitool MUG a lot of tools are for a militar use

Todd W says:

Finally! Finally! Someone gets around to mentioning the fact that while it may be great to have vhf/uhf communications gear in with all your preps, there is the obvious requirement that operations on Ham Radio frequencies does in fact require a valid FCC license. Lots of great prepping videos online and this channel provides some of the best but with so many of those cheap Chinese radio’s floating around I honestly think there are those that think that they’d make a great prepping addition without realizing that they operate on ham radio frequencies as well as MUR’s, GMRS, etc. Very nice to hear someone mention this! Now of course if there is ever a WROL situation or SHTF crisis of some kind common sense would say that the least of the FCC’s problems would be going out into the field to bust illegal radio users. (Not that I’m advocating that unlicensed users push that!) I think that Ham Radio has a serious place in serious prepping so long as people know the licensing rule. As always a huge fan of the videos here on this channel with loads of useful idea’s.

Frankie Yates says:

OMG do a night in the forest

Bud Chestnut says:

Sootch, A cellphone will become useless if SHTF! Even today when regional disasters occur, cell service goes down as soon as backups run down in about 3 days. The blizzard of 97 in Colorado took out all cellular service and law enforcement radio as did hurricane Katrina in LA. HAM radio operators (who had radios that still worked and were maintained by solar chargers or car batteries) rode with National Guard and police to do search and rescue. Please Exhort your readers to get and learn to use a decent 5 watt handy talkie like hams use. Also for regular, non emergency use, a 2m or 440 HAM rig is inexpensive, more dependable in remote areas and the test is easy to prep for. If SHTF, then use the radio in “pirate” mode. Thansk for your thoughtful ideas. Also, I would not recommed the FRS radios as they are lower power and have fewer security. The Baofnag, Powerwerx and Wouxoun rigs are OK. Slim, radio operator and first responder.

Jeff Hay says:

I just wanted to say that I have just barely found your videos I have enjoy them I’m just now starting my own day pack please keep up the great work you are doing very Informative wish I would have been smarter when I was younger but thank you very much.

sonic97dx says:

how much does this cost?

Nike Areizaga says:

so when I go camping

Thug Lincoln says:

Do you honestly carry off-body or was that just for the video?

Will Kirk says:

What type of container did you show for your CR123 batteries?

Doomsday Lone Wolf says:

I call BS on his kits, most seem like authentic stuff he keeps, but I’m sure some stuff he throws in for marketing purposes. I’m sure a few items he threw in to help promote products from various companies, good idea but keep it real at the same time, cantanbury does the same thing.

Steve Schmehl says:

Not in Arizona, you can’t last 2 days without water and in the summer you won;t make it a day

Rik Regeling says:

I learn,
Thanks for the excellent fair information.

your sincerely,


Ron Hutchinson says:

Another commercial

Mark Becker says:

what is the name of the wire saw, and does it work well?

DJ Parker says:

A couple of additions that might be helpful (I probably know this from some of your other videos) are additional meds •anti-diarreal •anti-vomit •small zip packet of meat tenderizer (to break down proteins in stings/bites •neo or polysporin, if not in your boo boo kit.
• Another thing that takes little room but has so many uses is an industrial heavy duty garbage bag. • And perhaps an extra pair of socks.

Melody Clark says:

And three years later a girl watches it. Yes I appreciate all your info.

LeRoy Engle says:

Sootch – great video – yes, my BOB was stolen out of the trunk of my car – police dept says they most likely had a master key and just drove around the neighborhood with the button pushed until they saw a trunk open. That bag started in 1965 – guess it was time to upgrade it, but, know that I lost a lot of money on the insurance claim – lesson learned – keep an extremely accurate inventory at all times

Learning To Survive says:

Very nice. I have a UTG bag that is exactly like that one. Great ideas!

Tony P says:

Hey brother, thanks for sharing these videos, been prepping for a good while but, always open to new ideas, methods, materials, products, etc., etc. I always learn a thing or two from watching your vids. One thing I’m serious about is carrying at least a couple of bottles of water that I can attach to my EDC/GHB like this slingbag once I have to start walking, plus some real food (in addition to candy/protein bars) in the bag. Once the SHTF it’s no time for getting off your way looking for food or water, get a good head start. I’ve found that Bumble Bee and other tuna labels make an excellent, filling and satisfying ready to go snack consisting of canned, prepared tuna with at least six small crackers. One of these will take care of your hunger for a bit and provide needed protein if you’re walking. The package is sold at Walmart and grocery stores everywhere, cost less than $2 each and I carry two in my bag, enough for a day of trekking back to the homestead. They fit perfectly and are lightweight. Stay safe!

Travis E says:

Great Video

Eagle Strike says:

For your glock 26 do u use self defense rounds?

MINAVI Freigeist says:


Anthony Gomez says:

solar batteries bro. had them use them for 6 years now

Nikolai says:

great setup… I’d add toilet paper 😉

H Frendal says:

I do keep a signaling mirror but mostly because its a mirror, if I get cut in a weird place I can use it to examine the cut. But, I have heard that the small signaling mirrors really are no good, pure math tells me that this might be true as well. What are your view on signaling mirror size? (do not answer “its better than nothing” please)

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