Alone Gear List: Which 10 Items Would You Choose? – Survival Lilly Shares Her’s [VIDEO]

 

Survival Lilly Shares the 10 Items She Would Choose on the Alone Gear List. Which Ones Would You Choose?

 

 


 

(Alone Gear List Below)

Alone is a  Survival Show that has jumped right to the very top of our current favorite survival TV shows, and dammit I think it’s going to be staying there for a while. If you haven’t given it a shot yet, this is your cue to go look up some clips on YouTube to at the very least see if it’s your thing – chances are if you’re here regularly, it is.

So, we thought that we would give our readers a chance to tell us, and our survival community, which 10 items YOU would choose from the alone gear list if you were on the survival TV show ‘alone.’ Below is a list of the items that you can choose from. Remember, you can only choose ten. Make sure you scroll down below this list to see the items they are allowed to take that do not count towards your ten items.


Below is the Alone Gear List. Choose from the following 40 Items. Choose your 10 items & Leave Your Comments Below.

Each participant was allowed to select up to 10 items from the following list. Scroll down below to see the items they were automatically allowed to take that were not counted towards their ten items on the alone gear list.

SHELTER

  1. 12×12 ground cloth/tarp (grommets approved)
  2. 8 mm climbing rope
  3. 550 parachord – 20m
  4. 1 hatchet
  5. 1 saw
  6. 1 axe

BEDDING

  1. 1 multi-seasonal sleeping bag that fits within provided back-pack
  2. 1 bivi bag (gortex sleeping bag cover)
  3. 1 sleeping Pad
  4. 1 hammock

COOKING

  1. 1 large (no more than 2 quart) Pot, includes lid
  2. 1 steel frying pan
  3. 1 flint or ferro rod set
  4. 1 enamel bowl for eating from
  5. 1 spoon
  6. 1 disposable lighter
  7. 1 canteen or water bottle
  8. 1 bear canister

HYGIENE

  1. 1 bar soap
  2. 1 8 oz tube of toothpaste
  3. 1 face flannel
  4. 1 40 m. roll dental floss
  5. 1 small bottle bio shower soap
  6. 1 shaving razor (and 1 blade)
  7. 1 towel (30” x 60”)
  8. 1 comb

HUNTING

  1. 1 300 yard roll of nylon single filament fishing line and 25 assorted hooks (No lures)
  2. 1 primitive bow with 6 Arrows (must be predominately made of wood)
  3. 1 small gauge gill net (1.5 m deep x 6 m long and 2 inch [50 mm] mesh)
  4. 1 slingshot/Catapult
  5. 1 net foraging bag
  6. 3.5 lb roll of trapping wire

FOOD RATIONS

  1. 5 lbs of beef jerky (protein)
  2. 5 lbs of dried pulses/legumes/lentils mix (starch and carbs)
  3. 5 lbs of biltong (protein)
  4. 5 lbs of hard tack military biscuits (carbs/sugars)
  5. 5 lbs of chocolate (Simple/complex sugars)
  6. 5 lbs of pemmican (traditional trail food made from fat and proteins)
  7. 5 lbs of gorp (raisins, m&m’s and peanuts)
  8. 5 lbs of flour. (starch/carbs)
  9. 2 lbs of rice or sugar and 1 lb of salt

TOOLS

  1. 1 pocket knife
  2. 1 hunting knife
  3. 1 leatherman multi-tool
  4. 1 sharpening stone
  5. 1 roll of duct tape or 1 roll of electrical tape
  6. 1 small shovel
  7. 1 small sewing kit
  8. 1 carabineer
  9. 1 LED flashlight
  10. 1 pair of ice spikes

Automatically Included Items “Alone” Contestants Were Given That Did not Count Towards the Ten Items on the Alone Gear List.

All the contestants were allowed to take many pieces of gear that were not counted toward the 10 item limit. Consider these items when choosing your ten items from the Alone Gear List.

CLOTHING/APPAREL/PERSONAL EFFECT ITEMS

  1. 1 pair high leg Hunting boots
  2. 2 pairs of Outdoor Pants (can unzip into shorts)
  3. 1 t-shirt
  4. 2 fleece or wool shirts (a hooded fleece is approved)
  5. 3 pairs wool socks
  6. 1 hat (brimmed, wool or baseball)
  7. 1 bandana or shemagh
  8. 1 pair gloves
  9. 1 light outdoor jacket
  10. 2 pairs underwear
  11. 1 rain jacket and rain trousers
  12. 1 thermal underwear (long)
  13. 1 pair of gaiters
  14. 1 pair of Crocs, Teva sandals or Keen sandals
  15. 1 toothbrush
  16. 1 pair of prescription eye glasses
  17. 1 personal photograph

TRACKING/SAFETY ITEMS

  1. 1 canister wild animal repellant
  2. 1 air horn
  3. 1 backpack
  4. 1 camera pack
  5. Camera equipment
  6. 1 emergency flare
  7. 1 satellite phone
  8. 1 emergency personal flotation device
  9. 1 first aid kit (military type – tourniquet, wadding, ace bandage, alcohol, plastic bag, etc)
  10. 1 small mirror
  11. 1 20×20 canvas tarp
  12. 1 10×10 canvas tarp for camera gear
  13. 1 head lamp
  14. 1 gps tracking device
  15. 1 emergency rations pack to include water and food

WINTER SURVIVAL ITEMS

  1. 1 woolen sweater
  2. 1 pair of gloves
  3. 1 trapper’s hat with ear protection or toboggan

 

Banned/Prohibited List for “Alone” 

  1. Fuel or matches
  2. Bug spray/mosquito repellant
  3. Sunscreen/Chap stick
  4. Sunglasses
  5. Beauty products
  6. Map (detailed topographical)
  7. Compass
  8. Unapproved technology (anything with a battery or an engine, eg. cell phones, computers, watches, etc.)
  9. Professional snares
  10. Firearms of any kind
  11. Ammunition
  12. Explosives or gunpowder
  13. Animal poison
  14. Professional fishing rods
  15. Fishing lures, flies, bait kits
  16. Fishing traps
  17. Food or beverage (except the options from the selection list)
  18. Decoys
  19. Animal calls
  20. Tree stands
  21. Professional bows or crossbows
  22. Scopes of any kind
  23. Tents or shelters
  24. Stoves, pressure cookers or other cooking appliances
  25. Hydration packs
  26. Fire pits
  27. Electric or propane lanterns
  28. Inflatable boats
  29. Filtration, purification devices, iodine tablets
  30. Coolers or food storage boxes (except optional bear canister)

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