There's a rule of thumb that we can go three minutes without air, three days without water and three weeks without food - but who wants to test that rule? <Read More>
Put cash in your go bag, in your top drawer, hide some in your car - and don't dip into it! When the power goes out and the digital world is useless, you'll be glad you have it. <Read More>
Many people wonder why the VLES GO-bag has a full role of duct tape in it. Well, for one thing, duct tape can hold together almost anything, including hems, fencing (we've experienced this), torn bags, etc. But, it also can save your life. <Read More>
Infection can be a dangerous side affect of a burn. A sterile burn sheet can help to prevent infection setting in before medical attention is available. A burn sheet is a laminated, spun bounded blanket that can be used to provide a sterile environment to help protect a burn victim from infection. Burn victims are highly susceptible; a sterile burn sheet will help lower this risk.
My GO-bag arrived with the essentials to survive if I need to get out of my home for a while. Now, I'm ready to make the GO-bag my own. <Read More>
Putting together a seldom-used (hopefully never) emergency bag falls close to last on the to-do list. But putting together a go bag is important. <Read More>
Some people are allergic to latex. Nitrile gloves remove the risk of a reaction. Upwards of 6% of the population is allergic to latex. Learn more.
If everything goes right, that emergency GO-bag will just sit in a closet somewhere or under a bed for years. Your day-to-day life style won’t be changed if you don’t have a GO-bag. No, you really don’t need a GO-bag...until you do. <Read More>