Win $300 Worth of Winter Survival Equipment from AMK

Bleeding? Blisters? Burns? Blizzards? Whether you're backcountry skiing, mountaineering, or snowshoeing, it's essential to be prepared for winter's worst.

Review your outdoor gear now through Sunday, December 15, and you could win a pile of winter survival essentials to help staunch bleeding, soothe blisters and burns, start fires, and shelter safely, all thanks to Adventure Medical Kits ($300 total value).

To Enter:

  • Write a review now through Sunday, December 15, of your outdoor gear, apparel, or footwear. Every review counts as an entry, and helps other outdoor enthusiasts.
  • Share your review on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or other social media.
  • You're entered! On Monday, December 16, we'll randomly draw one lucky gear reviewer to win all of the survival essentials in this super useful prize pack.
  • We'll also throw in a Trailspace Trail Runner Cap to wear on your outdoor adventures.

 

The Prize

The Adventure Medical Kits (AMK) winter survival prize, packed with $300 worth of gear, includes all of the following outdoor essentials.

First Aid

Shelter

Fire & Survival


Review your gear to win.

See full Write-a-Review Giveaway rules.


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Comments

metalica
15 reviewer rep
4 forum posts
December 6, 2013 at 2:47 a.m. (EST)

WOW, this is like little Hospital moving on the summit , the main problem is almost no one care for this matter even when is winter season, some one do not care even hansaplast for smaal scrach, or else.

REMEMBER,

ALL of As who love,like and have time for mountaineering must have FIRST AID KIT as much more if we climb solo.

For AMK survival first aid kit:

This is one of the exact kit for expedition or few days in high mountains , I'll get one for my tour to Patagonia and Cile , Anqoncagua . 

Best Alpin Regard

Metalica

Alicia
TRAILSPACE STAFF
588 reviewer rep
3,051 forum posts
December 6, 2013 at 8:30 a.m. (EST)

Adding to Metalica's comment about the need to carry a first aid kit at any time, here's a link to The 10 Essentials for Backcountry Travel.

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