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Everyday Ankle Medical & Trauma Kit from Wild Hedgehog Tactical: Tourniquet, Chest Seal, Celox, More

In my view, the medical side of everyday carry and survival is too often under-rated. Well, Wild Hedgehog Tactical does a great job making really solid kits available to people like you and me. This kit is one that can be worn on the ankle and it has a huge range of items in it to help out in a medical situation – check it out.

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12 thoughts on “Everyday Ankle Medical & Trauma Kit from Wild Hedgehog Tactical: Tourniquet, Chest Seal, Celox, More

  1. To address those comments regarding the price being ridiculous and the kit only containing $30 worth of gear, that is false. A genuine CAT or SOFTT w tourniquet alone is $30, fresh Celox rapid is $40. We stand behind the kits we build for life because we use genuine high quality components that I would trust on my own family. Also we source USA made components when possible. The ankle cuff for this kit is made in the USA. If you want a super cheap kit that is made in China, contains knock off gear prone to failure, and uses expired Components than please look elsewhere.
    Let me know if you have any questions.
    Sincerely,
    Jonathan Barbera – Owner

    1. WHT, I checked out your web store. Awesome stuff! I have added you to my book marks for future needs. Thanks for all that you do. Keep up the great work!

  2. When people see that on your ankle, they’re going to think yer supposed to be under house arrest…lol….seriously though…it’d drive me nuts having it on my ankle….rather have a belt kit or a tare-away pack kit…

  3. Carrying a med kit right where a lot of dirt and dust can get everywhere, isn’t particularly smart. In, or attached to, another bag is the answer. Maxpedition Anemone, for example, with its compact size without being too small, is a good example for and EDC med kit.

    1. 12 legged Sasquatch.. It is not an issue, all important items are packed in durable vacuum sealed packaging.

  4. This is very cool, I will be adding this to my list of to get for sure. I like the fact it is easily concealed, one group I belong to is the 501st we do lot’s of charity work a lot of the time we are in a building or stationary so having a first aid kit under a table works, but if we are doing a parade or a walk for cancer,MS or any other thing this would be able to be carried out of view on a costume as a just in case.

    First aid is one of the top thing’s I mention to people who want to learn about survival. Things like knives, outdoor gear and even tactical gear is fine but knowing first aid and what to buy or use as medical item’s is something that you can use anywhere or anytime. I have loads of gear but the one thing you will always find in my home, car or on me if I am hiking or just going for a walk is a first aid kit, and this one look’s like it would be so light and comfortable that you wouldn’t even know it was there.

  5. People want top of the line gear for expired gun show prices 🤔 its worth 100ish for new med kit, you want to build your own “someday” it will cost less but you will have to shop around and try and find deals. I dont have this stuff but i know my family members lives are worth 200$ every 5 years or so.

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