Escape Bag Blueprint

You see, many folks go online and buy a survival kit that was put together in China with cheaply made products.

Even worse, they never test their gear to see if it actually works.
Just imagine how horrible it would be to get trapped in the snow for days only to find out your Escape Bag didn’t have the right food (what you want is a special survival bar the military uses that has 32 grams of protein)…
Or that you didn’t have the single best way to keep your family warm (this device costs less than $12 and can be used more than 100 times.)
My point is, I’m a husband and father of four and there’s nothing more important than protecting my family and I know you feel the same.
That’s why I spent a monumental amount of time choosing the 37 critical items to carry in my Escape Bag so if disaster strikes my family is taken care of.

Keep in mind, these 37 items don’t come from some “Internet list.”
Instead, these items come from my experience as a CIA officer where we had Escape Bags…
From my experience as an Eagle Scout…
And from my experience of having to survive several days with just the bag on my back (more on this in a moment).
The bottom line is, when disaster strikes, having the right survival gear can mean the difference between life and death, which is why you don’t want to take any chances.
That’s why I want to rush you a free copy of my book, The Escape Bag Blueprint: 37 Items You Must Have to Survive a Crisis.

The secret of choosing the right bag


When it comes to putting together an Escape Bag, the single biggest mistake I see people make is they choose the wrong bag.

It should go without saying that you NEVER want a bag that looks like Rambo would carry it. You don’t want it covered with patches giving away that you’re a prepared person.
Believe me, I love “Rambo” tactical bags and own many myself. I use them when I go to the shooting range, but they’re not what I use for my Escape Bag.
After all, during a crisis situation you never want to draw attention to yourself.
If your bag screams “survival gear” and a mob takes your bag, it won’t matter if you have the 37 lifesaving items in it, right?
So what bag should you use instead?
Well, after untold amounts of time researching and testing bags, I found what I believe is the perfect Escape Bag.
First, the bag has 7 compartments so you’ve got more than enough room to pack all the crucial gear and items you’ll need in an emergency situation, with space to add any extras you want.
Second, the compartment unfolds completely in half.
You can strategically fill your bag and evenly distribute the weight of your gear without worrying if you’ll be able to access a crucial item when you need it.
Plus, it has a sturdy reinforced top handle.
This allows you to quickly grab your bag and move out in an emergency without having to stop and slip it over your shoulder… and provides an easy way to drag you to safety if you’re injured and unable to move yourself to safety.
And, the size of the bag is just right allowing you to carry the 37 items while keeping the weight down.
Remember, one of the most important parts of putting together an Escape Bag is making sure it’s not too heavy.
There’s a magic number when it comes to how many pounds you want in your Escape Bag and you never want to cross it.
The magic weight number and the exact type of Escape Bag are all in the free book I’m going to send you, The Escape Bag Blueprint: 37 Items You Must Have to Survive a Crisis.