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We provide tactical tools and supplies designed to be carried daily for emergencies and worst case scenarios. Gear is only as good as your capability to know when and how to implement them. We combine EDC with knowledge by training and informing through downloadable guides and the Grayman Briefing which delivers real-time news, intel, & situational awareness.



EDC Hanks

Handkerchiefs built from materials that filter water, defend from EMPs, and are burn proof. 

Hanks outfitted with the capability to store EDC gear in a storage pouch, attach a morale patch, or conceal SERE supplies within a covert pocket. 

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Paracord Bracelets

Everyday Wear paracord bracelets equipped with quick deploy EDC & Tactical tools and outfitted with an internal supply core filled with emergency survival supplies.

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Morale Patch Kits

Covertly carry your gear by adding emergency supplies inside a concealed storage pocket of our velcro morale patches. Subscribe to out Patch Kit of the Month Plan!

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EDC Survival Gear

Pocket ready survival and daily use tools and supplies ranging from Compartmentalized Storage Tins, Vacuum Sealed Kit Packets, Kevlar Saws, and DIY Bic Light Multi-Tools.

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Practical Prepping Blog

When not to use your voicemail in a worst case scenario and when to text 911

When not to use your voicemail in a worst case scenario and when to text 911

There are better alternatives to obtaining aid than updating your voicemail greeting as a means to allow others to call you to find out where you are in an emergency and where you are located. Also texting 911 might save you in a hostage or domestic violence scenario.
Active Shooter - React to and Break Contact

Active Shooter - React to and Break Contact

Responding to an active threat (shooter) will vary based upon the attention of the threat, your readiness, and your carry status (whether or not you have a firearm and if it's open or concealed carried). In the event a threat is actively engaging targets, you must take action. RUN, HIDE, FIGHT. There are endless scenarios and possible outcomes but in this "react to contact" drill we'll highlight the 4 best courses of action (COAs) for the below scenario. Keep in mind this is a generalized threat response and it can be applied to multiple scenarios.


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Divergent Urban Land Navigation and Water-Based Bugout Options

Divergent Urban Land Navigation and Water-Based Bugout Options

Divergent (outside-the-box) thinking can provide helpful insight when you're lost and traditional navigation assets are unavailable. While each city and state varies, these basic rules of thumb can help you gain orientation. Consider the direction a church or satellite face. Know why pedestrians travel in certain directions during specific times of the day. Here's why that's important.


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Superesse Straps has created the most unique, lightweight and compact survival kit I own. With the Velcro Patch Kit, I’m able to carry essentials with me wherever I go by simply sticking the patch to my rucksack. I’m amazed at how many tools can fit into the patch. Whether you’re a prepper, survivalist, or all-around outdoorsman, you can’t go wrong with adding one of these kits to your every day carry.

Melissa Miller, Survivalist from Discovery Channel’s Naked & Afraid

These “hanks” offer various added features that can be helpful for everyday carry purposes, or even in survival scenarios. Of course, they can always be used for the traditional purposes: wiping spills, drying sweat on your brow, or covering your face while you sneeze. However, you may be surprised by the additional capabilities. | See Original

Offgrid Magazine

The (Grayman Briefing) subscription is definitely worth the
price. I get reports from GB before they’re reported by MSM (mainstream media).
Unlike MSM, GB is unbiased and gives you the intel without all the BS. GB will
also post survival, security, & preparedness tips you can use in everyday life. See original.

GBC Subscriber

You guys need to check out this awesome company called Superesse Straps. This great American company is the true definition of a mom and pop shop; better still, they are also US Veteran owned and operated. | See Original

Breach Bang Clear

The extent of the utility you’ll get out of most hook backed patches is the ability to make someone laugh or serve as a marker or identification. The Superesse Straps Note Patch Kit can do both of those things and then some! | See original.

Jerking the Trigger

It seems like a kit you wear should be called an "EDW." But whatever you call it, The EDC Prepper... looks like a solid arsenal to have at your disposal, "just in case."

As you can see from the Rambo-meets-MacGuyver ensemble... it packs pretty much everything you need to fish, light a fire, find your way and get out of (or potentially into) any trouble along the way. | See original

Maxim Magazine

The Superesse Faraday Hank is far more than just a way to cover your nose when you sneeze. Because hackers can use portable RFID scanners to surreptiously steal information can wrap your wallet with the Faraday Hank; it will thrawt the hacker's scan. It could even shield your phone from a dreaded electromagnetic pulse (EMP). | See Original

American Survival Guide

I was hit by a car that ran a stop sign. I was going highway speed, so when they hit me it caused me to spin and flip and come to rest on the side of the road, upside-down. I immediately used your strap and its seat belt cutter to cut myself out... My strap now has some blood on it, and a good story to go along. Keep up the good work brother.”

Anonymous Customer

The Scout Survival Kit Strap has everything a minimalist could need on a three-day hike... every day carry survival gear on the go. | See Original

Real World Survivor