Military Surplus Forest Adventure In An Ice Storm

  • Published on: 30 November 2018
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    Join Luke for a Military Surplus Ice Storm Adventure!

    Gear Used in this Episode :

    ILBE Pack
    British DPM Basha Tarp
    Bushcraft USA 10’ x 10’ Tarp
    Cordage bag + Extra cordage

    Tyvek Ground sheet
    Hunker One tent
    Trioxane and Hexamine Fire Starters
    US Bivy

    Kifaru Kit Bags

    US Gen III Level 7 Insulated pants and jacket

    Propper Military boots
    Propper Pants

    Mission Specific Products MRE

    GrΓ€nsfors Hatchet
    Keen water bottle
    Toaks Tit. Pot
    French Military Cookset
    MLD Tit. Cup

    US Gore-tex Rain Gear - Jacket and pants
    Trunight TH30 headlamp

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COMMENTS: 40

  • TheOutdoorGearReview
    TheOutdoorGearReview   3 years ago

    Another adventure in the books; on to the next!Coming soon!Have a great weekend everyone, stay safe.Strength and Honor.- Luke

  • Ronald Cobbley
    Ronald Cobbley   2 weeks ago

    I've done that and I survived but I always found a place to set up camp before

  • Aaron Bennett
    Aaron Bennett   1 months ago

    Man you gotta come to Michigan because the deer will be everywhere

  • Aaron Bennett
    Aaron Bennett   1 months ago

    Strong choice to point out the earth worm but not eating it people that do that are trying to hard I think!

  • WVa 007
    WVa 007   1 months ago

    Dude, lol, 🀣 I can tell every time you say "I love it" I can tell your hating it! Hehehehe, "cold wet & miserable but I love it" 🀣🀣🀣 classic bro,. Lol. ✌ peace

  • Matthew Elsey
    Matthew Elsey   1 months ago

    Luke i have only just found your channel after having surgery on my knee and i am watching your old video's as a former British Royal Engineer (soilder) it was great to see you using British kit i would say if you get the chance use some more it's not as cool as the U.S kit but it works.I would love to have an adventure on your mountain.Stay safe my friend

  • Joe Vanalstine
    Joe Vanalstine   1 months ago

    I was using military surplus before it was surplus lol military gear ain’t perfect but it can get the job done

  • Jonh Baker
    Jonh Baker   1 months ago

    Where do you find your ... TRIOXIN.,FUEL BAR'S. ????? CAN'T FIND THE TRUE MILITARY ISSUE TRIOXIN BAR'S NOW. ... been looking for them for over 4 years now.. please help. And thanks in advance.

  • Ватсуя

    Beef stew rice thing… it’s actually a thing.In Japan, we call it β€œHayashi-rice”.

  • Ronald Cobbley
    Ronald Cobbley   2 months ago

    I've been in that situation and I have survived

  • David KJ4CMY
    David KJ4CMY   2 months ago

    I would love to see the teardown and recovery on this expedition

  • Janet Burrows
    Janet Burrows   2 months ago

    I watched a program, from a great outdoors man ( Ray Meres ) probably spelt wrong? I’m sorry ! . He said get your feet cold in water or snow then put your warm socks on and get in your bag. You’ll sleep πŸ’€ like a baby!!!! πŸ€·β€β™€οΈβ€οΈπŸ™πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸ’–πŸ’•πŸ™πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§

  • Janet Burrows
    Janet Burrows   2 months ago

    Knock two sticks in the ground and hang your boots upside down on them. It’ll keep them dry inside the boots. It’s a great solution too keeping your boots dry. πŸ’–πŸ™πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§β€οΈπŸ‡¬πŸ‡§

  • Chuck Lewis
    Chuck Lewis   2 months ago

    Lol. Thanks marine for paying attention to the pictures on the bag

  • Bradford Shinkle
    Bradford Shinkle   2 months ago

    A couple of your green 4-inch logs set up as a reflector surface would add meaningful heat under your cook tarp.

  • Dan & the Dogs Adventures

    ill give u 2 gold sovereigns for that tent lol, ive looked everywhere and cant find one for sale in the uk

  • Yuri Gurae
    Yuri Gurae   3 months ago

    Wearing two parkas one on the top another ... !????? πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ‘ŽπŸ»πŸ‘ŽπŸ»πŸ‘ŽπŸ»πŸ‘ŽπŸ»πŸ‘ŽπŸ»πŸ‘ŽπŸ»πŸ‘ŽπŸ»πŸ‘ŽπŸ»

  • Michael Horn
    Michael Horn   3 months ago

    I used to go backpacking alot in my younger days and I'd always carry 90 to 120 lbs

  • Karen Aldridge
    Karen Aldridge   3 months ago

    I agree , absolutely true , especially with skinny people's, ! I'm one & older now & noticed !

  • Drew Limelight
    Drew Limelight   3 months ago

    start taking along some powdered organic cayenne pepper with you on your cold and wet weather adventures. It will improve your circulation and you won't wake up in the morning with cold extremities anymore. stay healthy

  • Rick Vanderhoof
    Rick Vanderhoof   3 months ago

    Kind of a dumb question I guess but I noticed you always put down a thin piece of plastic under your tents to keep it clean. It looks very light weight. Anything special or just a lightweight piece of plastic? Great for backpacking weight. Was wondering if you ever put down a heavier footprint for any reason or is this thin plastic all you need.

  • Finn Berglander
    Finn Berglander   3 months ago

    Luke I'm going to ask what no one else does: who does your hair?

  • Irfan Ahmed
    Irfan Ahmed   3 months ago

    U used underground green sheer thermal suite then there z no need sleeping bag

  • Nick Kearney
    Nick Kearney   4 months ago

    Curious how long did it take you to get over your cold from this adventure?

  • MadScientistGarage
    MadScientistGarage   4 months ago

    As far as a bug out bag I keep my meds, snacks, water, pens, paper, chargers for phone and kindle, flashlight, knife, batteries…but I’ll stay in place if my place can be safe for awhile or I’ll stay in my car if I can move it. My apt and my car can hold more stuff like food and bed.

  • Casey Jongko
    Casey Jongko   4 months ago

    Fantastic videos! Greetings from Pensacola, Florida!

  • Kenneth Eddy
    Kenneth Eddy   4 months ago

    That looks amazing. This is my dream. Sitting by a fire under a tarp. Listening to freezing rain, remember I'm currently watching a snow storm out side my windows. But, why do you pack up in the middle of bad weather. Dont get it. Anyway, enjoyed.

  • Kenneth Eddy
    Kenneth Eddy   4 months ago

    I feel like I live in a tree-house. All of these trees surround my windows, i just sent you a message about the snowstorm, the tree are covered in snow, so it's easy to imagine I'm there.

  • Kenneth Eddy
    Kenneth Eddy   4 months ago

    This is great, I'm watching your video, as I'm also watching out my window a snowstorm that's hit New York city. I still have my xmas tree up. Thank you.

  • visnuexe
    visnuexe   4 months ago

    Nice music, and excellent advice about bugout bag in prep. Like the other safety you covered as much as your tarp set up!

  • Werner MB
    Werner MB   4 months ago

    Very good video Luke, interesting, positive. keep the good work. and thank you for the agenda free.

  • Rebekah Elrod
    Rebekah Elrod   4 months ago

    The deer are accustomed to you being there. Thanks once again for a fun experience.

  • djpaintles
    djpaintles   5 months ago

    I always appreciate your True and Unvarnished opinions!

  • Roberto Escobar
    Roberto Escobar   5 months ago

    Do you ever use zippo hand warmers in sleeping bags ??? It helped me in Wisconsin. Love the video. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘