Spending time in the great outdoors is the perfect time to reconnect with nature, to unplug, unwind and relax. Whether you are going on a quick hike on your favorite trail, going on an overnight adventure with family or heading into the backcountry for a weeklong adventure with friends, you can take the opportunity to really appreciate the incredible world of nature around you. From open blue skies to incredible wildlife to the foliage and fresh air, there is so much to experience outdoors that it’s always worth it to step outside. If you are getting excited for the weather to start getting warmer as we head into spring, it’s the perfect time to start planning your next adventure by checking over your gear. Do you have everything you need for your next camping, backpacking or hiking trip? From performance apparel and boots to top-quality camping gear to survival essentials, each piece of equipment can use a quick once-over to ensure that you are ready. Here at Harris Survival, we never leave the house without our favorite multi function survival tool.
The best multi-function survival tool is going to have so many functions that it is useful in practically any situation! The tool that many of us think of first is definitely a small knife. A knife is arguably one of the most important elements of any multitool because there are so many different situations when you can use a knife when you are outdoors! In addition to a knife though, a great tool is going to include pliers as well as at least two different screwdrivers, including a Phillips and flathead for every possible situation. It’s also a great idea to get a tool that includes a hook remover and a can opener.
Having these tools around means that you can always feel secure that you have an answer for many of the situations that can arise in the great outdoors. When you are shopping for your multitool for the upcoming season, make sure that you shop for quality so that you know that your tool is dependable. It’s also a good idea to look for a tool that is compact and easy to store so that you can quickly and easily put it into a bag or pocket and carry it with you wherever you go. Make sure that a survival tool is at the top of your list when you pack to go outside!