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Outdoor Travel Emergency Survival-Bags-and-Blankets Superlite Shelter 4 Rab
Superlite Shelter 4

Ideal minimum flaff shelter, perfect for on the hills with family, friends or small groups. Ideal for emergencies or to hide away to have a cheeky bit to eat out of the rain.

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Outdoor Travel Emergency Superlite Shelter 2 Rab
Superlite Shelter 2

Lightweight, easy to use emergancy shelter. Perfect for days on the hill, especially for eating your lunch if the weather gets a bit wet and blustary. No Fuss, high viz, Bargain price, ideal for two!

£32.50 (inc Vat)
Outdoor Travel Emergency Survival-Bags-and-Blankets Survival Jacket Blizzard
Survival Jacket

This small packing jacket is a must have for ever emergency kit.

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Outdoor Travel Emergency Survival-Bags-and-Blankets 3 Layer Survival Bag Blizzard
3 Layer Survival Bag

This is the must have emergency bag for any one, whether you're a day walker or multi-day mountain leader.

£22.27 (inc Vat)
Outdoor Travel Emergency Survival-Bags-and-Blankets 2 Layer Survival Jacket Blizzard
2 Layer Survival Jacket

Emergency jacket for extreme environments and tough situations.

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Outdoor Travel Emergency Survival-Bags-and-Blankets SOL Heatsheets Emergency Bivvy Adventure Medical Kits
SOL Heatsheets Emergency Bivvy

This emergency survival bag packs tiny 65 x 75mm, is ultralight 108g, yet is remarkably warm as well as protective from the elements! The Heatsheets Emergency Bivvy is made from heat-reflective polyethylene whi...

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Outdoor Travel Emergency Survival-Bags-and-Blankets Mountain Thermal Bag Life Systems
Mountain Thermal Bag

A foil space blanket that protects from the cold. This bag retains 90% of radiated body heat. It is windproof, waterproof and radar reflective. A must for winter walkers and climbers!

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Outdoor Travel Emergency Whistles Howler Whistler 2pk Fox 40
Howler Whistler 2pk

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Outdoor Travel Emergency Whistles Tornado T2000 Pocket Whistle Acme
Tornado T2000 Pocket Whistle

Ultra high pitch & very loud whistle at 125dB

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Outdoor Travel Emergency Survival-Bags-and-Blankets Single Thermal Blanket Life Systems
Single Thermal Blanket

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Outdoor Travel Emergency Survival-Bags-and-Blankets Mountain Survival Bag Life Systems
Mountain Survival Bag

A basic heat retaining survival bag for mountain use. Not as tough or as warm as the Mountain Thermal Bag, but excellent as a lightweight option to leave in the bottom of your crag bag.

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Watersports Equipment Safety-and-Rescue Flares 15 hour Lightsticks - DofE Life Systems
15 hour Lightsticks - DofE

Primarily used in emergencies as a signalling device, which lasts up to 15 hours. Great for D of E, camping trips and an esential sea kayaking peice of kit. A great buy for all you festival goers! Time to light...

In the case of an emergency make yourself as comfortable as possible by taking or making shelter, but at the same time remember to make yourself as visible as possible. High spec fabric bivi bags can be found on the Camping page, as can bothy bags, but what most people will carry on the hills is a plastic Dalesmanbivi bag, which is tough, cheap, waterproof and bright orange for good visibility in miserable weather. Reflective 'space blanket' style survival bags come in a variety of forms, ranging from basic sheets from Hi Gear, which weigh so little and cost so little that there is no excuse not to carry one, to survival jackets from Blizzard Pack and heavier duty survival bags from Life Systems. Our staff prefer the Mountain Thermal Bag in the winter, or when conditions are or might become bad. You can hide from the howling elements in them, or use them to treat hypothermia. Not as cosy as a big duvet and fluffy slippers, but much easier to fit in your bumbag. And your duvet isn't waterproof.

When things turn bad, you want to see and be seen. To this end we have flares from Pains Wessex (please be aware there are factors that may prevent us from sending these through the post). On a smaller scale, snap lightsticks come from OmniGlow. These are popular as tent lighting, too. For candles, click Coghlans. We have a variety of other lighting options in their own section. The spectrum runs from LEDkeyrings to Petzl headtorches (including the handy eLite and Signal, designed for emergency use) to classic Maglites and Lanterns. Super high power lamps are in the Caving section, and water compatible lights can be found with the Kayaking Rescue gear. Matches and lighters for all weather are under Cooking and Eating.

The other way of attracting attention is with noise. We have basic whistles from Acme and nicer metal ones from Life Systems that fit neatly on a key ring.

In winter, other emergency kit that you might want to carry includes: avalanche transmitters and recievers, avalanche probes and snow shovels, these are all found in the Avalanche Safety section, on the Climbing catalogue.


SALE - Outdoor Research Sale

We have a number of special offers from Outdoor Research that aren't from our normal range so there is something new to get your teeth into during the bleak mid winter. It includes gloves (some heated), hats, dry bags, down jackets, waterproofs, windproofs, softshells and baselayers.
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Rab Retailer Support Program

Rab are helping support their independent retailer partners by providing customers who buy direct from Rab's website with a 5% discount off RRP and in turn they will give 25% of your order value back to your local outdoor shop just by using the code UP 01.
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Rob Smith - Offa's Dyke In One Sitting - A new unsupported FKT

I set out from the official start (or end) of the Offa’s Dyke National Trail in Prestatyn with the intention of running (jogging, hiking and a lot of hobbling) – the 177 miles to the other end of the trail at Sedbury Cliffs, just outside Chepstow. I did finally get there, just over 3 days later, setting what is, for now, a fastest known time for a self-supported completion of the trail.
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