Prepper EDC: A Practical Woman’s Every Day Carry
As a lifelong practical prepper, Jaime shares with you her every day carry gear (EDC gear) and why she carries each item. Find out what survival gear is important to her on a suburban homestead.
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Jaime’s EDC Everyday Carry Gear:
PrAna Women’s Convertible Pants:
Women’s Chaco ZX1 Sport Sandal:
North Face Hedgehog Fastpack Hiking Shoes:
North Face Mossbud Swirl Reversible Vest:
Victorinox Swiss Army Sportsman II Pocket Knife:
Smith’s PP1 Pocket Pal Multifunction Sharpener:
Quest Nutrition Bars:
Pacsafe Metrosafe Shoulder Bag:
Pacsafe Anti-Theft Tri-Fold Wallet:
Monstrum Tactical Multi-Function Utility Spork:
Thermos Hydration Bottle:
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