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Outdoor First Aid

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One-handed operable tourniquet with fixed slotOne-handed operable tourniquet with fixed slot
One-handed operable tourniquet with fixed slot
Outdoor sports ankle sprain injury ankle supportOutdoor sports ankle sprain injury ankle support
Outdoor sports ankle sprain injury ankle support

Outdoor Medical Solution

Outdoor First Aid Essentials

Welcome to Risen's collection of outdoor first aid supplies. Our commitment to your safety extends beyond indoor environments. Our outdoor first aid kits are designed to provide you with the necessary tools to respond effectively to injuries and emergencies in the great outdoors. Whether you're hiking, camping, or exploring, we've got you covered.

Comprehensive Outdoor Medical Kits

Our outdoor medical kits are crafted with a focus on versatility and functionality. We understand that outdoor adventures can lead to unique situations, so we offer kits that are tailored to these environments. These kits include items such as blister treatment, insect bite relief, and essentials for wilderness first aid, ensuring you have the right supplies when you need them most.

Wilderness Survival First Aid Kit

For those who venture into remote wilderness areas, our wilderness survival first aid kit is a must-have. It goes beyond standard kits, offering specialized items like tourniquets, snake bite kits, and emergency shelter. Whether you're a seasoned outdoors enthusiast or a novice, our kit equips you to handle the unexpected in challenging environments.

Stay Prepared for Anything

Risen is here to ensure your outdoor adventures are memorable for all the right reasons. Our outdoor first aid supplies are carefully selected to help you stay prepared for anything. No matter your level of expertise, our kits provide peace of mind, allowing you to focus on the beauty of the great outdoors.


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