The Trek First Aid Kit is an excellent, compact kit for dealing with small accidents. Treatment for cuts, grazes, blisters and other minor injuries is important in preventing infectionand this pack provides the basic first aid items.
Whether you're trekking, doing an archeological dig or simply spending time travelling, the Adventurer Kit is a well-equipped first aid kit that will give you the basics to deal with most common injuries. The contents are specified and organised to keep the pack compact, ensuring it takes up as little space as possible.
For anyone heading into the outdoors, this first aid kit combines a wide range of contents to deal with most injuries. The internal layout is organized whilst the pack is durable and fairly lightweight. Perfect for scrambers, ramblers and anyone who spends more time outside than in.
The Mountain First Aid Kit has been specified with the help of expedition doctor Hugh Montgomery and members of the British Special Forces medical team. For use when professional medical care may be some distance away.
The Traveller first aid kit has been designed for extended expeditions on the road. Whether you're heading out on a gap year, a trip abroad, or any other kind of backpacking adventure, this kit contains basic drugs essential to travel (drugs included in UK kits only). The kit also includes essentials for treatment of a range of injuries from minor to...
Utilizing a tough, waterproof material, this kit contains first aid equipment for injuries typically sustained from watersports, as well as general outdoor activities. Widely used on canoeing, kayaking and rafting expeditions. Includes a resusci-aid.
As recommended by the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Product Team, the Camping First Aid Kit is designed for dealing with accidents that can happen when you are under canvas. The kit contains items for treating and preventing infection in burns, cuts, grazes, blisters and other minor injuries.