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Everything You Need – to Stay WARM in the Brutal Cold Weather – See the BEST Gloves, Hats Coats Boots – (LINKS Below) or VISIT: (for article with links)…
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Here’s a LIST of ALL the GEAR Shown in this Video – (SEE Extreme Cold Upgrades Below this List)

* LAYER #1: SUB-BASE Layer *

Under Armour – Boxer Brief:

Under Armour – Sleeveless Shirt:

Exofficio Briefs:

** LAYER #2: BASE Layer **

Extreme Cold Base – Top:

Extreme Cold Base – Bottom:

Merino Wool Base – Top:

Merino Wool – Base – Bottom:

Heavyweight Merino Wool Base Layer:

Merino Wool Socks:

*** LAYER #3: CORE Layer ***

Fleece Pullover – Light:

Fleece Pullover – Heavy:

**** LAYER #4 OUTER Shell ****

60% + Poly – Tactical Pants:

Surplus Wool Pants:

Fleece Lined Pants:

Paracord Belt:

Multi-Tool:

Tactical Jacket:

Free Country Insulated Jacket:

Extreme Cold Weather Clothing System – Coat

Down Parka:

BONUS – Water Proof Shell:
Helly Hansen Impertech – Rain Jacket:

Helly Hansen Impertech – Rain Pants:

Rocky Core Boots:

***** HEAD / HANDS / NECK / EYE PROTECTION *****

Fleece – Cap:

Bomber / Trapper Hat

Carhartt Cold Snap Gloves:

Leather Mittens:

BUFF Neck Wool Base Layer:

Shemagh Scarf:
Merino Wool:

Neck Fleece:

Tactical Sunglasses:

Rob the Mannequin:

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**** EXTREME Cold Clothing UPGRADES ****

Going to Siberia for a Little Getaway? Well, here are a few UPGRADEs to the Clothing Kit Shown in this Video that You May Like to Consider for EXTREME Cold…

Extreme Cold Base – Top:

Extreme Cold Base – Bottom:

Bomber / Trapper Hat

Heavyweight Merino Wool Base Layer:

Muckluck Boots – Military Surplus (Don’t forget the liners):

Baffin Arctic Boots:

Balaclava – Extreme Face and Head Protection:

Arctic Mittens:

Arctic Expedition Parka:

Extreme Cold Weather Clothing System – Coat

Arctic Expedition Pants

Anti-Fog Snow Goggles:

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  1. Even with the amazing technology in textiles and survival equipment, nothing is more comfortable in extreme cold than natural animal skins and furs.⚔️👍👊

  2. Hello David, thank you for sharing this very informative video. All the best to and stay healthy. 🤗

  3. Haha, you could be toast. I thought toast was toast because it's in a warm glowing toaster.
    I know what he means, it just struck me funny

  4. Your choices are not so good for extreme rain and wind which will kill you quicker than snow cold.

  5. This is just superb, I been tryin to find out about "be prepared to survive" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you heard people talk about – Genaniel Ponebastian Framework – (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now ) ? It is a good one of a kind guide for discovering how to survive natural disasters without the normal expense. Ive heard some incredible things about it and my m8 got excellent results with it.

  6. Looking for a 500 dollar kitchen knife… do u have any suggestions.. ohh yeah. You do! …..I have finally unsubbed.. something i should have done 3 years ago. Your sooo out of touch that u dont even know you are. . All your recommendations in this video were the most overpriced and not value items… good ridions… mink hats.. etc.. fu. I can get screwed at my local REI, I dont need you to try to one up them.

  7. biggest problem no one trains in this to see what really works , I live where it is regulatory -20 or lower.. train in , and have dumped a lot of this style kit , for the more traditional cold weather kit..

  8. Seriously? How do you move in all those layers? There are much better options. Take it from me 🇨🇦

  9. An update/advice on this guide I’ve found:

    In winter it’d frequently drop below 10F and have nasty winds, all at night.

    I’d be able to get away with two polartec 100 fleece (and poly pros underneath, the HEAVY type, not those dinky silk weight “poly pros”) no parka or goretex jacket over it.

    I didn’t use the same gloves, or boots or hat. Here is what I used:

    *G.I trigger finger gloves with wool inserts
    *Desert military goretex boots
    *nomex balaclava
    I tried using the N-1B arctic boots, but compared to the Gi Desert boots, they were heavy as all hell, and my feet would sweat from being overly warm, and then I’d get cold. The fabric is made of cotton.

    With the trigger gloves I’d find myself taking off the shell and just using wool gloves if there was no wind.

    For the head, the nomex balaclava worked wonders! I’d find myself having to take it off to cool off. There is a way to slip it off and wear it like a tight scarf, and then you can slip it back over your head when you’ve cooled down sufficiently.

    However, with the balaclava my glasses fog up. The ones in this video are great, up until you have your nose covered and until there is a blizzard. I’m still looking for something antifog. But for blizzard conditions, get actual ski goggles (with or without a tinted lens) I’d keep those in your b.o.b as a switch.
    Also keep the fleece cap as a switch. In the day time, the sun can make your head sweat when there’s no wind.

    I’d highly recommend you do follow the guide and get a polartec 300 or ECWCS fleece jacket to layer over a thinner one. It makes the difference. If you don’t, the wind will cut right through it!

    *Do not however, buy Columbia for fleece jackets!They do NOT hold up in the drier and are a waste of money. A polartec 300 is $30, vs Columbia $50 (and is thin) My zipper on my Columbia died within a month and it pills extremely fast.

    **I would also buy something like an M65 parka/field jacket to go over the 2 layers of fleece, WITH the green liner in the m65 field jacket.

    Make sure you get the extreme cold weather hood attachment that goes with the m65 jacket/parka. The attached hood on the m65 is meant for concealment and not warmth. You will freeze, and die with the attached hood only.

    I’ve read the comments that criticize this load out and I can tell you, they have not been in real blizzard/winter conditions. Or they have a cabin nearby. I had to walk frequently for business last year, in a blizzard once, to and from places and with just two polartecs it was like I was walking in summer!

    Last recommendation: as a switch, take leather gloves in place of heavy duty gloves for the dexterity if you need to do any kind of work with logs/fire making. Dense forestry/industrial forest work will eventually tear holes in any regular, non leather workman’s gloves.

  10. A good pair of coveralls work really well. I have a camo set and in jeans and a tee only, i stay warm no matter how cold it gets.

  11. I like my 1" pile flying jacket with a padded jacket underneath with thermal base layers top and bottom. Simple.

  12. Layering was an 80s fad. I’ve been working outdoors year round for over 40 years, in Northern Canada. You’d be dead in a very short time with all that crap on.

  13. Sorry, but I have done a considerable amount of research on cold weather gear, and I find something funny. If all those synthetic fabrics work, how come cultures that are in far colder climates(i.e Scandinavian, Greenland, Iceland, even Russian) ALL seem to prefer WOOL…..100% Wool for pretty much everything? Also, a really good outter sheel alternative would be a layered Cloak, particularly if its outter layer is waxed canvas with a wool liner….

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