What if you wake up tomorrow to a world suddenly ravaged by zombies? Being one of the remaining survivors is such a gut-wrenching thought. That is, if you can even survive for long enough.
But if you came prepared, you won’t have to worry as much. In fact, it could even be the adventure of a lifetime. So if you’re one of those people expecting a zombie apocalypse anytime soon, make sure you have ten things close at hand.
In the event of a zombie outbreak, you will need to have all your essentials just close by. This backpack with its 30 liter volume can hold most of the food, water, weapons, and tools that you need to stay alive and in one piece. And it’s also waterproof, so if you have to run for your life in heavy rain, your stuff inside remains dry.
A good utility knife serves two purposes in a situation like this. It can either be a cutting tool or a weapon. Need some firewood? Just pull out the knife and cut up some tree branches. Zombie got you by surprise? Just pull out the knife and go for the neck. Or the forehead. Whichever you hit first.
When you’re out and about in a zombie apocalypse, you will find the need to start a fire. So you’ll need matches that can light up in any condition. These stormproof matches can burn even in the wind and rain, and they burn for a good 15 seconds to help you create as big a fire as you need.
Rope can be a huge lifesaver in any survival situation. With the TITAN WarriorCord, it’s long enough and strong enough to handle anything from rappelling to lassoing things from far away.
Chances are you’ll graze yourself while running away from hordes of zombies. Or they could scratch you. That’s why you’ll need a reliable first aid kit to patch yourself up. This kit even has more than enough for yourself, so you can also help others you find along the way.
Finding safe drinking water in a zombie apocalypse is a great challenge. After all, you don’t want to be drinking anything that might be contaminated. But if there’s no other option, the LifeStraw filter can turn water from any source into something that’s safe to drink.
Communicating with other survivors is also very important. This power bank will keep your phone and other mobile devices charged even if the power grid is down, thanks to the solar panels.
You’ll need some light to navigate in the dark. This MECO flashlight is great for the job thanks to its hand-cranking and solar charging capabilities. Charge it up during the day, and just crank it up when it’s getting dark to get more light out of it.
You don’t want to go hungry running away from zombies all the time. Stuff in these packs of emergency chocolate in your backpack so you can quickly re-energize when you need to. It has 100% of the vitamins and minerals that you need and lots of protein to keep your muscles primed and ready for action.
One way or another, you will have to sleep outside. Protect yourself from the elements with the world’s toughest ultralight survival tent. It’s strong yet very compact, so you can just stuff it into your backpack. Plus it’s good for 2 people, so you can share the space if you have company.
With these on hand, you’re ready to keep yourself alive in the event of a surprise zombie apocalypse. They can all fit in one bag, so all you have to do is grab it and make your escape. Don’t worry; you got this!