Home / ZOMBIE SURVIVAL / SURVIVAL GEAR / REVIEW: THE WALKING DEAD SURVIVAL KIT
REVIEW: THE WALKING DEAD SURVIVAL KIT

REVIEW: THE WALKING DEAD SURVIVAL KIT

Preparing for the inevitable zombie apocalypse may seem like an overwhelming task. But it’s just become much easier, thanks to the fine folks at First My Family! With their amazing new survival kit, you can collect many of the important items you’ll need to endure almost any disaster. From flashlights to emergency rations, The Walking Dead Survival Kit really has it all. And now you can enter to win one of these exclusive new survival kits right here online at the Zombie Research Society beginning this Monday morning, March 31st!

With over twenty life-saving items, this kit contains enough emergency supplies to assist two people for 72 hours. And thanks to the high end military style messenger bag, there’s plenty of room to add your own personal emergency gear! Just take a look at all the materials included in this exclusive new survival kit.

High end military style messenger bag with brass fittings and custom The Walking Dead Logo
2 – Datrex 2400 Calorie Emergency Food Ration. Stays fresh for up to 5 years
12 – Datrex 4.22 oz packs of Emergency Water. Stays fresh for up to 5 years
1 – Premium Lifeline First Aid kit, 85 Pieces
1 – Lifegear Glow LED Flashlight. Lasts up to 400 hours
2 – Emergency Mylar Space Blankets
2 – Emergency Ponchos for Severe Weather
1 – Leather Palm Work Gloves for moving debris
1 – Waterproof match booklet (where permitted)
4 – Procedural Face Masks

While all of the items fit perfectly into the various pockets, pouches and compartments; it’s very tempting to simply empty the contents and use the pack itself as an everyday bag. Because of the durable material, amazing screen-printed graphics and The Walking Dead logo, it would almost be a shame to tuck this bag away in a closet until the apocalypse!

The Walking Dead Survival Kit is available directly from First My Family or online at the official AMC shop for about $129.99. But readers of the Zombie Research Society will have the chance to win one of these exclusive new survival kits right here. So be sure to check back on Monday, March 31st and visit our official Facebook page for more details!

One comment

  1. Problem with mylar blankets. They are noisy because they crinkle. And depending upon the type of zombie apocalypse you won’t want to make use of them due to noise attracting zombies.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

Scroll To Top