Sunday, September 20, 2009

Season 2, Episode 3: Copper Canyon

Season 1 Episode 12: Copper Canyon

In Mexico, Grylls must find his way out of Copper Canyon, and his only supplies are a water bottle, a flint and a knife. He demonstrates how to build a simple compass and climb sheer cliffs safely. For shelter, he uses ancient caves and makes fire with a traditional "fire saw." Grylls also demonstrates techniques for finding scorpions or grubs and fishing without a rod or line.

Bear's Knife: Gerber Gator Straight Edge

Info: In this episode, Bear brings his straight-edged 420 HC Stainless steel knife from Gerber to the Copper Canyons of Mexico. Available here at

Bear's Jacket: The NorthFace Mammatus Jacket

Info: Bear wears an orange jacket from The NorthFace as he treads the rocky terrain. This jacket allows comfortable, lightweight protection. A similar item is available here at

Bear's Boots: Merrell Chameleon Hex

Info: Bear traverses the rocky canyon with these rubber-soled boots from Merrell. The shoe itself is made from synthetic leather and mesh which allows comfort for any hiker. Available here at

Bear's Backpack: Osprey Escapist 18 Daypack

Info: Bear carries his items for survival in this multi-pocketed, nylon fabric backpack from Osprey. Available here at

Bear's Canteen: 58 Pattern British Issue Canteen with Crusader Cup

Info: To keep himself hydrated versus the heat of the Mexican territory, Bear packs his water in this canteen with crusader cup. Available here at

Bear's Watch: Breitling Men's Watch A73322

Info: This survivor definitely knows how to style himself, he wears this stunning timepiece from Breitling. Available here at

Bear's Shirt: White T-shirt

Info: In this episode, Bear wears a basic white t-shirt. Available here at

Bear's Pants: Olive Khaki Pants

Info: Bear wears a pair of olive khakis in this survival adventure. Available here at

Bear's Socks: Smartwool Expedition Trekking Socks

Info: Bear uses these socks from Smartwool for added pedal comfort. Available here at

Bear's Flint: Light My Fire Original Swedish FireSteel Army 12,000 Strike Fire Starter

InfoBear brings his trusty FireSteel flint as it is a bare necessity for any survivor. Available here at

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