ad·ven·ture

noun

an unusual and exciting, typically hazardous, experience or activity.  

Categories

Recovery Strap / Shackles

Tire Deflator/Pressure Gauge

Recovery Strap / Shackles

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Tire Inflators

Tire Deflator/Pressure Gauge

Recovery Strap / Shackles

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Tire Deflator/Pressure Gauge

Tire Deflator/Pressure Gauge

Tire Deflator/Pressure Gauge

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Tire Repair Kits

Off-road capable jacks

Tire Deflator/Pressure Gauge

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Traction Devices

Off-road capable jacks

Off-road capable jacks

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Off-road capable jacks

Off-road capable jacks

Off-road capable jacks

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Fire Extinguisher/Shovel

Fire Extinguisher/Shovel

Fire Extinguisher/Shovel

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Mechanic tools

Fire Extinguisher/Shovel

Fire Extinguisher/Shovel

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Work lights

Fire Extinguisher/Shovel

First Aid Kit

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First Aid Kit

Radio Communication

First Aid Kit

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Battery Jump Start

Radio Communication

Radio Communication

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Radio Communication

Radio Communication

Radio Communication

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ESSENTIAL TRAIL GEAR

You NEED to be prepared for the worst!  The literal definition of "Adventure" is:

-an undertaking usually involving danger and unknown risks.

So, although SOME of this gear can be considered as optional... It's really NOT!

Here's an overview of what you need:

-Tire inflator/air compressor

-Tire deflator and pressure gauge

-Tire repair kit (I can't tell you how many times I got a nail in my tire)

-Working TPMS sensors (know when your tire is lacking air, before it's too late)

-Traction devices (boards and tracks)

-Off-road jack (bottle jack, block extenders)

-Fire extinguisher

-Shovel (you might have to dig your vehicle out or smother a fire)

-Mechanic tools (you may need to fix things on the trail)

-Lighting (you can't fix things in the dark)

-Axe and Sledgehammer

-First-aid kit (you might need to fix yourself)

-Tie down straps

-Jump Box/2nd battery/Jumper Cables

-Communications (Radio, Satellite Communicator <-- if you decide to go alone)

-Tow strap/snatch strap (only useful if you have a 2nd vehicle with you)

-A friend driving another vehicle (avoid venturing out alone)

-Extra food and water (so you don't have to eat your friend to survive, LOL)

-Navigation GPS tool (smart phone with a downloaded google maps, GAIA)