Camillus Les Stroud Triage First Aid Kit

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The Camillus Les Stroud Triage First Aid Kit (19-Items) is light, tight and compact to go anywhere you need. Contents include: 4 Antiseptic Wipes, 4 Alcohol Wipes, 1 Hand Sanitizer Packet, 2 Burn Cream Packets, 2 Antibiotic Ointment Packets, 10 1"x 3" Bandages, 2 Butterfly Wound Closures, 2 2"x 2"Gauze Pads, 1 2" x 5yd Stretch Gauze, 1 Extra Large Woven Bandage, 1 Triangular Bandage (Sling), 1 First Aid Tape Roll, 1 Eye Pad Bandage, 2 Ibuprofen Tablets, 2 Non-Aspirin Tablets, 2 Diphenhydramine (Allergy) Tablets, 1 Pair – Steel Forceps, 1 Mini Scalpel, 1 Les Stroud First Aid Guide.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 2 x 6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Origin:  USA
  • ASIN: B00EW04JVK
  • Item model number: 90385

Customer Reviews

Good First Aid Kit

 on March 23, 2015
By R. Wilson
What I ordered. I’ll put it in my bicycle kit, got something for my tires if they leak and something for me if I leak. Light weight and complete I added a couple pairs of non-latex gloves, only thing I thought it needed extra.

Great for day hikers, for the car or even the diaper bag

 on December 15, 2013
By Avid Amazonian
With two toddlers, you never want to get caught without a first aid kit. We got this for day hikes but will be throwing it in the car and clipping it onto the diaper bag, too. The kit is lightweight and very sturdy, it has a caribeener clip so you don’t take up room inside your pack, and it has a full frontal Velcro closure so there is no chance of it catching on something and spilling open…or curious toddlers getting inside. I am sure the quality nylon pouch will stand up to a lot of abuse. I like the included first aid instructions..just in case. Not really being survivalists, we may not ever need to use the scalpel and forceps, but I will be leaving them in, nonetheless. A perfect purchase all around and we may be ordering more for gifts or spares as well.

Essential Gear for Hikers

 on December 12, 2013
By PeakRunner
As an avid hiker and ‘peak-bagger’, I am always looking for dependable gear to improve my experience. This rugged, lightweight first-aid kit is perfect for the day hiker or the thru hiker. The nylon pouch is durable and will not snag or rip on tree branches and rocks. The attached carabiner clip makes it easy to attach to your pack or your gear. The waterproof plastic bag inside holds all the triage essentials for cleaning, treating and protecting common injuries. In addition to antiseptic wipes, bandages and ointments, this triage kit contains some pain relief meds and a mini scalpel and forceps. Having sterile equipment and supplies is a must when you are treating an injury in the backwoods or on the open trail. I haven’t needed to treat any major injuries yet (fingers crossed), but this kit came in handy when my daughter developed a nasty blister on her toe just 500′ from the summit of Mt. Washington. After applying some antibiotic cream and a clean bandage from the triage kit she was good to go and we enjoyed a beautiful day on the mountain. You’ll kick yourself later if you pass this up.

Great for a day or two in the woods!

 on December 17, 2013
By Randy G.
The TRiage is a perfect kit to add to my pack when going out hunting for the day or taking a hike with my family.

About William Douglas

My passion is to teach what was passed down to me – the skills of self-sufficient living. Some call it survival or prepping. I call it wisdom. And my goal is to convey my wisdom and knowledge in a way that is doable for the average person.

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