Sunday, September 20, 2009

Season 2, Episode 4: Australian Kimberley

Season 1 Episode 13: Kimberley, Australia

In the Kimberley region of Australia, an area with a mixture of huge scrub deserts, dry riverbeds and red sandstone cliffs full of deep gorges, Grylls faces extreme heat, poisonous snakes and the ever present danger of dehydration. Survival tips include how to forage for food (bush tucker), build a shelter and how to prevent sunstroke. He explains why he believes drinking one's own urine can prevent death from dehydration. During his journey, Grylls observes saltwater crocodiles and endures a lightning storm.

Bear's Knife:  Gerber Gator Serrator

Info: Bear is a true survivor and any survivor needs a good knife. He uses his serrated-edged knife from Gerber in this trek. Available here at

Bear's Boots: Merrell Chameleon Hex

Info: Bear decides to walk in these extremely great hiking boots from Merrell. These shoes are comfortable and durable, they allow full traction and shock control. Available here at

Bear's Canteen: 58 Pattern British Issue Canteen with 

Crusader Cup Canteen

Info: The weather in the land down under can be scorching, so Bear hydrates himself by keeping this canteen full. Available here at

Bear's Watch: Breitling Mens Watch A73322

Info: Bear's time piece in this episode is this stunning men's watch from Breitling. Available here at

Bear's Shirt: White Long-sleeved Shirt

Info: Bear goes back to basics with this long-sleeved white shirt. Available here at

Bear's Pants: Craghoppers Kiwi Pro Lite Trousers

Info: Bear wears these pants from Craghoppers made from 100% polyamide. These trousers boast moisture-control and full mobility. Available here at

Bear's Socks: Smartwool Expedition Trekking

Info: Bear wears a pair of socks from Smartwool. These socks allow maximum comfort while walking, running and basically traversing diverse terrains. Available here at

Bear's Flint: Swedish Army FireSteel

Info: Bear brings his ever-trusty flint - his Swedish Army FireSteel tech flint from Light my Fire. This is a very important tool for survival. Available here at

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