Desert Wanderer: Ft. The Casio Protrek 2500R-1

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Bushcraft 101 by Dave Catebury

1 » Bushcraft 101 by Dave Canterbury

Bushcraft 101 by Dave Canterbury – ($10.39)

Written by survivalist expert Dave Caterbury, this book gets you ready for your next back country adventure with the 5Cs of Survivability – cutting tools, covering, combustion devices, containers, and cordages. Don’t leave civilization without it.

Light Trail Dayhiker First Aid Kit

2 » Lifeline Trail Light Dayhiker First Kit

Lifeline Trail Light Dayhiker First Aid Kit – ($13.76)

A cheap first aid-kit with all the tools you need to treat minor abrasions, sprains, burns and bites – this kit could come in handy if you found yourself hurt on your next desert hiking excursion.

Casio Protrek 2500R-1

3 » Casio Protrek 2500R-1

Casio Protrek 2500R-1 – (n/a)

The triple-sensor PRW2500 features an array of useful outdoor features – sensors for barometric pressure, compass, and thermometer ensure that you are always ready to navigate in ever-changing conditions. It might be dry out there, but 200M water resistance ensures it won’t break when you find an oasis.

SpyderCo Temperence 2

4 » SpyderCo Temperance 2

SpyderCo Temperance 2 – (n/a)

A serious fixed-blade knife is a requirement for any serious outdoorsman. With it’s hard-wearing 4.8″ VG-10 stainless steel blade and full skeletonized tang, this is knife can hold up to some serious abuse.

Suunto A10 Field Compass

5 » Suunto A-10 Field Compass

Suunto A-10 Recreational Field Compass – ($21.00)

If the batteries fail on your Protrek, you’ll be happy to know you brought a backup with your old-fashioned magnetic Suunto A-10 Recreational Field Compass.  Just don’t forget your map.

Leatherman Signal Multitool

6 » Leatherman Signal Multi-Tool

Leatherman Signal Multi-Tool – ($119.70)

Your standard light-weight Leatherman toolset with the addition of specialized outdoor tools. A serrated blade, safety whistle, and fire-starting ferrous rod ensure that you’re prepared for anything you encounter on the trail.

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Mike Johnson is the managing editor and primary contributor to Born into a military family as the son of US Navy pilot, Mike spent many of his formative years studying Computer Science and User Experience Design. When not obsessing over watches, Mike spends time hiking, traveling, and spending time with his family in Phoenix, Arizona.

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