Hoo-rag: The Absolute Best Survival Bandana
Bandanas are one of the most versatile items you could have in your bugout bag in terms of the number of uses they have. They really could save your life in a number of ways. I’ve most recently jumped aboard the bandana train not specifically for survival uses, but when running or hiking they are nice in keep the sweat out of my face as well as covering my skin in the hot sun, however they are a great addition to your list of survival items. A couple of years ago I bought a few bandanas off the web knowing for certain they wouldn’t be large enough.
My head is rather large for the typical bandana size and they’re hard to even tie in a knot and I hated the flap that would never tuck in. You can buy oversized bandanas, but they can get expensive and usually fade and look terrible after a couple of washes – like my digital camo version I bought.
With that being said, I ran across Hoo-rag! If you haven’t heard of them they sponsored one of our biggest giveaways a couple of weeks ago and everyone loved them. They are a sleeved or tube-based bandana that allows you to use them in a variety of fashions. They are extremely lightweight and will keep you warm or keep you cool when needed. Not only that, they come in a variety of different designs. In particular I liked the more intimidating look – the “Jeeper Reaper” as well as their tactical bandanas to go along with our prepping theme, but they have something for just about everyone.
I was impressed when I first got my package in the mail. Doug and everyone over at Hoo-rag takes pride in their products. You can tell by the package design and the actual quality of the Hoo-rags and they’re always coming out with new themes or designs to appeal to a larger customer-base. If you’re in the market (and you should be if you are a prepper) then please check out their website and Facebook page and tell them Prepperology sent you. Keep on scrolling below to see the different ways to use your Hoo-rag!