Leading Adventure and Preparedness Company Recommended for Winter Sports Activities
Woodbridge, United States – January 30, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —
Winter triggers an increase in sporting injuries. In 2017 reports, 220,000 people were brought to the hospital due to injuries sustained from engaging in winter sports. Injuries commonly incurred were concussions, broken bones, dislocated shoulders, skin wounds, and even internal bleeding. During these instances, it helps to have a first aid kit that can be used to stabilize injuries before going to the hospital.
Adventure and preparedness brand Surviveware have tailored a set of first aid kits that can withstand wear and tear from a rugged lifestyle, as well as extreme weather conditions. Surviveware’s Small First Aid Kit is an ideal safety package that provides adequate support to adventure-seekers who are into winter sports.
Surviveware’s Small First Aid Kit is packed with 100 medical provisions that fit the immediate requirements of winter sports aficionados. Included in this 8” x 6” x 3” bag are adhesive strips, bandages, steri strips, and alcohol and cleansing wipes. The first aid kit also contains essentials such as antiseptic and sting relief wipes, nitrile gloves, eye pads, emergency blankets, and cotton swabs. The company leveled-up the game by providing a detachable CPR kit that can be hooked to one’s belt loop or key ring.
A notable feature of the Small First Aid Kit is its case. Surviveware’s first aid kits are made of 600D polyester fabric. This fabric is ideal in keeping the kit’s contents fresh and free from impurities. Moreover, the polyester fabric is water-resistant which allows the kit to float in water. Since the pack is made from durable cloth, it doesn’t break or tear easily. Unlike plastic-cased kits that crack under pressure, Surviveware’s Small First Aid Kit can resist stress and fit in nooks, glove compartments, and tiny spaces in stuffed rucksacks. The kit can withstand frost- making the pack useful during winter sporting activities.
Apart from having sturdy fabric, the kit comes with heavy-duty zippers and MOLLE-compatible straps. These features are perfect for kit owners who are engaged in active sports and tend to use the kit often. The MOLLE straps make it convenient to strap the kit on one’s bag and since winter sports expose an individual to a wide range of injuries, having a kit that can be accessed anytime is essential. The kit also boasts organized and labeled compartments that keep the provisions in place and ready for retrieval.
Many individuals rely on this first aid kit for their adventure and sporting activities. According to a review written by an Amazon customer, Surviveware’s Small First Aid Kit is a perfect present for hikers, backpackers, campers, and sports enthusiasts: “I bought several of the kits as holiday presents for friends who are serious hikers and backpackers. Everyone was impressed by the quality and thoroughness of the contents. The size and compactness was also a huge plus. The case is well constructed and appears to be very durable. It also comes with a printable .pdf first aid guide which I don’t think any other competitor offers. I feel very comfortable recommending this kit to others and am sure I will be buying more kits. It’s a fantastic gift!”
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