Zombie Apocalypse Gear Guide 2019

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Zombie Apocalypse Gear Guide 2019

Halloween—that most wonderful time of the year when gearheads, preppers, and EDCers alike congregate to discuss, plan, and actually purchase their ultimate zombie apocalypse loadout. But while it’s fun to talk about, an element of practicality and utility is always a good idea for all your gear, no matter which apocalypse you’re trying to survive. We’ve put together some of our favorite doomsday gear below to help give you ideas and prepare for the inevitable zombie outbreak.


ESEE Junglas

The ESEE Junglas is an agile multi-use chopper, great for both bushcraft and busting through a horde of undead. Made of coated high carbon 1095 steel, its sizable 10.38" full tang blade and hammer pommel in the back make it an excellent survival knife. Removable Micarta handles make it easy to clean or replace with cordage, and a Kydex sheath lets you strap it in to keep it close at hand.

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Fenix PD35 Tac

Throwing out 1,000 lumens on Turbo, the Fenix PD35 offers a ton of output in a compact package. On its lowest Eco mode you have 8 lumens to keep the light going for 140 hours (enough time to find your way to the next safe zone), and the durable aero-grade aluminum body can take a beating. This version also comes in an all-new Zed Splatter Cerakote finish for an extra festive zombie-killing flair.

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Fiskars IsoCore Maul

Fiskar’s rugged and powerful storm-breaking maul has an axe face for splitting logs and a flat driving face for pounding wedges into the ground at camp (among other things...). Its patented IsoCore shock system reduces vibration on hands, so you can keep hacking away at firewood or zombie faces, your choice.

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Lifestraw Go Water Bottle

Water everywhere, and not a drop to drink? Lifestraw’s Go Water Bottle puts an end to your thirst and keeps you alive with its built-in hollow fiber membrane filter that removes bacteria, odor, and aftertaste without the use of chemicals. The 23-ounce bottle is leak-proof and made of BPA-free Tritan for the safest hydration.

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ESEE Izula

Named for the ferocious bullet ant, the ESEE Izula packs a mean punch in a pocketable package. Skeletonized 1095 carbon steel construction and a flat ground blade make it a valuable lightweight addition to any survival kit. The Venom Green powder coat finish also makes it easy to find if dropped among foliage.

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Titan SurvivorCord

Few items have more uses than high-quality paracord, so having it in a zombie apocalypse loadout is a no-brainer. Titan's hi-vis SurivorCord can be used to make tourniquets, tripwires, stone throwing slings, fishing lines, and snare traps, just to name a few. This cord made of waxed jute tinder is also designed to quickly start fires in a pinch.

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Adventure Medical Kits

No survivalist would dream of striking out into the wild without a first aid kit. Having one at the ready lets you patch small injuries and stem bleeding for more serious wounds. Make sure to check out a med kit for your canine companion as well!

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Leatherman Raptor

Crafted with the right balance of multipurpose tools for emergency response, the Leatherman Raptor is a robust pair of shears that can be used in many situations. And with an oxygen tank wrench and a carbide glass breaker, having the Raptor within reach can likely mean the difference between life or death.

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Gorilla Tape Hi-Vis Duct Tape

That old proverb about how duct tape fixes everything is not an exaggeration; Gorilla Duct Tape is thick and tough, sticks even on rough surfaces, and can withstand the harsh elements. This reflective version is especially great for repairing gear and keeping them visible in low light conditions, or even marking trails through the woods when you need to play a hasty retreat.

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Imalent MS18

The MS18 is a portable floodlight that's the brightest flashlight money can currently buy. 18 (count ‘em) Cree XHP70.2 LEDs pump out an eyeball-searing max of 100,000 lumens over a distance of 1,350 meters, with a strobe mode that you can quickly access at a moment’s notice in case danger gets too close. If you need one flashlight to cover your camp with the brightest output possible, this is the portable sun to have in your kit.

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Leatherman Skeletool

When it comes to gear few companies get it like Leatherman. The Skeletool is one of their more popular multi-tools and it’s not hard to see why. This plier-based multi-tool packs a punch with a partially serrated blade, wire cutter, and bit driver in a body that weighs only 5 ounces. Throw in a combo carabiner/bottle opener and this is one tool that you’ll be glad to carry through any outbreak and beyond.

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How are you planning for the zombie apocalypse? What’s life-or-death gear is in your kit? Sound off in the comments below!

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And in six weeks you can buy all the same gear for Christmas. :-))