"Gear" is one of those words under which you can lump a lot of different things. What is "gear" to one person may not be to another person? However, for the most part, people have a common understanding of what "gear" is especially when it comes to survival gear.
Survival items are basic in function and are designed to make your life (in a survival situation) a little easier and a little less stressful. Here are some tips for deciding what survival gear you should get.
1. Select things that you will require, not things that you might want to have. Here you should practice a little judgment and a little restraint. Do you truly require an 8-man tent for just you and your significant other?
2. Try not to choose a thing that you as of now have unless the thing you have doesn't function admirably or is broken and should be supplanted. Another special case to this tip would be if the survival equips thing has a component that you require such as compression bands, first aid kits and so on.
3. Get no less than 3 survivals equip agendas, experience the rundowns, and do two things. To start with, distinguish those things that are said on the majority of the rigging records. This will help recognize the survival equip things that you truly require.
4. As a twofold check, partake in at least one of the survival blog sites for some time and see what others are suggesting as far as survival equips the pluses and the deficiencies.