Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Season 2, Episode 5: Equador

Season 1 Episode 14: Ecuador

Grylls paraglides onto the edge of the Andes and follows rivers into the Ecuadorian jungle, is attacked by huge colonies of spear-nosed bats, and observes giant weevil grubs and piranhas. He builds a bamboo bridge and a bow and arrow to successfully catch fish, but it doesn't always go his way and he's forced to ride the rapids of the Amazon on a single tree trunk.

Bear's Knife: Gerber Gator Serrator

Info: For his Ecuadorian trek, Bear brings a trusty knife with him. He chooses his serrated-edged knife from Gerber made from420HC stainless steel. Available here at

Bear's Boots: Merrell Chameleon Hex

Info: A survivor needs a stable pair of boots for hiking, Bear Grylls wears these hiking boots from Merrell for increased traction, comfort and shock reduction. Available here at

Bear's Canteen: 58 Pattern British Issue Canteen with 

Crusader Cup Canteen

Info: A smart survivor will definitely pack himself a bottle of water, in this episode Bear brings his vintage style canteen with crusader cup. Available here at

Bear's Watch: Breitling Mens Watch A73322

Info: Bear keeps himself a man of style as he treks along the jungles and mountains wearing his dress watch from Breitling. Available here at

Bear's Fleece: Craghoppers Corey III Half-zip Fleece

Info: Bear wears this micro-fleece top from Craghoppers. This is made from 100% polyester. Available here at

Bear's Shirt: White Shirt

Info: Bear uses a plain white undershirt in this episode. Available here at

Bear's Pants: Craghoppers Nosilife Cargo Trousers

Info: Bear wears these pants from Craghoppers. These pants are tough enough for the roughest ride and insect-repellent. Available here at

Bear's Socks: Smartwool Expedition Trekking

Info: In this episode, Bear wears a pair of socks from Smartwool for extra comfort and moisture control. Available here at

Bear's Flint: Swedish Army FireSteel

Info: Bear definitely believes that a flint is necessary for survival, he brings his FireSteel flint from Light My Fire to his Ecuadorian trek. Available here at

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