Many of the posts and articles on preparedness and survival sites are focused on some sort of kit:
Kits are good topics because they usually take an important aspect of the Law of 3’s and identify the gear/items needed to extend that “3-something” survival time.
“It’s a belt. Well, it’s not a belt. No it is a belt, but it’s more than a belt.”
That’s how SurvivalMike begins his video review of the Tybelt Pro Ultimate Multi-Purpose Belt.
This BBM product (made in France) is an actual trouser belt that’s rated to support 4,850 pounds. Yes, 2.43 tons.
Created for use both in open and closed configurations when mountaineering and rock climbing, this belt can be used in other situations: