Monday, October 29, 2012

The Well-Dressed Survivalist - Part One

Every well-dressed survivalist knows the importance of proper headwear. Whether it’s to conserve heat loss in the winter or to keep you from frying your brain in the summer, the proper headwear can make a big difference. There are numerous hats and caps that are available to provide the proper protection. It could be anything from a straw hat to a wool cap. The important thing to remember is that no well-dressed survivalist goes anywhere without some form of head covering for protection. A decent head cover can also provide the opportunity to carry some extra gear such as cordage or fishing gear for use in an emergency.

Got “boonie” hat?

Staying above the water line!



Anonymous said...

Shade and sun glare control - hats are a good thing. I've even heard some of those boonies used as a berry bucket in season, as well as a few other impromptu uses (for fanning a sluggish fire for example).

riverwalker said...

To: anon 12:56

Lots of uses for a cap or hat besides keeping your head could even be used as an expedient water filter.



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