It’s time to celebrate! Survival Straps® Labor Day sale starts right now for our Tumblr fans! Enter the coupon code “KICKOFF20” today only to receive 20% off your entire purchase! Make sure to check out our brand new Collegiate and Guy Harvey gear. Thank you so much for your support!
Gear up for Kickoff this weekend with Survival Straps®! We’re joining ESPN’sCelebrate College Colors Day tomorrow, August 31st. Show pride for your favorite team with a product that looks amazing, is made in the USA, supports America’s heroes, and can help save your hide in an emergency! We offer 35 officially licensed collegiate teams. Get your very own Survival Bracelets™, neck id’s, key fobs, and gear tags on our website.
Support your favorite cause with Survival Straps® awesome ribbon collection! We offer 14 different ribbons so you can show your support for any cause. Our Autism Ribbon Survival Bracelet™ above is a great way to show support and raise awareness for autism.
My daughter gave me a Survival Strap bracelet as a gift (for the guy who she thinks has everything). I’ve worn it everyday since she gave it to me.
Last weekend I went on an overnight dualsport adventure motorcycle trip with one of my buddies. We ventured as far as possible from civilization as we could get. We ride approximately 180 miles riding dirt roads that turned to two track paths which later turned into game trails. We were far enough off the beaten path that we were sure no other vehicles had been in that area for a very long time (if ever). We found a dry creek bed, we decided to ride into the creek bed even farther away from civilization. We rode about 1/2 – 3/4 of a mile down the “dry” creek bed, negotiated many obstacles, and finally came to an area that required us to choose one of two paths across an obstacle. We clearly chose the wrong one, when my buddy immediately sunk his KLR 650 motorcycle up to the skid plate through what looked like dry dirt into a clay pit. His instant effort to power out of the bog sunk his rear tire so far into the clad/mud that you couldn’t see the rear tire. The from tire sunk into the clay up to the axle.
We were screwed, we knew no support vehicle would be able to reach us. We tried to push, pull, wobble the bike, only sinking it and ourselves deeper into the mud. The attached photos are taken in an (assumed) dry creek bed 1/2 – 3/4 miles down the creek bed and not at all accessible by truck. Continue reading →
Survival Straps is fired up to launch eleven more collegiate teams-just in time for football season! This year, we’re joining ESPN’s College Colors Day fun on August 31st. Show your support and rep your team’s colors as you countdown to kickoff! Our Survival Straps collegiate gear is made in America, looks amazing, and can help save your hide in an emergency. Thank you so much for your support!