Survival & Bivouac equipment
We offer a wide selection ofequipment, gear andaccessories for camping, survival, bivouac or field activities. Whether you're a professional or a private civilian, we can provide you with military-quality equipment for any situation! See also our tactical pants
When you're out and about in the heart of the forest or jungle, it's essential to have the essential survival gear in your possession. Whether you're a professional or an individual, Mode Tactique offers a wide range ofbushcraft tools andequipment to ensure you're prepared for every eventuality. Discover our military-quality survival gear. Of course, we're here to support you with videos and data sheets, so you can find the right survival gear for your adventures and the areas you'll be exploring. Mode tactique the reference for military gear and equipment
Antibacterial action: Eliminates 99.9% of germs and bacteria.
70% Alcohol Content: Complies with medical standards for effective disinfection.
Ready-to-use: Individually packaged for fast, easy use.
Versatility: Ideal for cleaning equipment, surfaces, hands, etc.
Convenient format: Compact, easy to carry, useful in a variety of medical settings.
What survival gear is right for a bushcraft outing?
To cope with a survival situation or a bushcraft outing, it's very important to assemble the essential survival gear, taking into account the area to be explored, the degree of autonomy and the useful weight you'll be able to carry. In fact, for total autonomy, it's important to carry survival gear that can be used for everything - making a fire, drinking, eating, sheltering in bad weather, sleeping, etc. - while avoiding carrying unnecessary weight. The reliability of your survival gear is an important factor. That's why the Mode tactique team selects military-grade bushcraft equipment to meet the needs of professionals and adventure-seeking individuals alike.
What do you need to survive in the wilderness?
Here is Mode Tactique's list of essential survival gear:
A survival kit
This must be as light as possible, compact and versatile. The survival kit includes: a first-aid kit, indispensable for dealing with minor injuries, a survival blanket, a survival mirror, a survival whistle, etc.
A paracord survival bracelet
The paracord survival bracelet means you'll always have between 2 and 5 m of rope with you, whether you're building a cabin, fishing or making a brace...
A sturdy backpack
Choose a light but sturdy 35 to 50L backpack, combined with a waterproof bag or rucksack cover, to keep all your survival gear dry and mobile.
A survival knife
A survival knife should be sturdy enough to carry a stick, versatile and sharp enough to cope with all eventualities.
A compass OPEX
For good orientation in the forest, we've selected military compasses of the compass type OPEX combined with the IGN map holder. A fire starter. A fire starter should always be accompanied by compact fuel to keep you warm and eat hot.
Waterproof sleeping bag and Tarp
the TARP is another vital piece of equipment, providing shelter or protection in the event of bad weather. The TARP is a lightweight military tarpaulin weighing just a few hundred grams. A waterproof military sleeping bag or hammock will be your best allies when it comes to resting at night.
A filtering water bottle
The filtering gourd is the key to hydration: carry and purify water throughout your expedition.
A survival axe or machete
Opt for professional survival equipment for a successful outdoor outing full of adventure, but in complete safety because you're well equipped. If you're new to survival, take a look at our inexpensive, affordable survival equipment for an introduction to bushcraft.
What's the difference between a survival axe and a bushcraft machete?
On a bushcraft outing, there are some interesting questions to ask. For example, it's important to know the difference between a survival axe and a survival machete, so you can make the best possible choice when preparing your pack. A survival axe may not be indispensable for a stay in the great outdoors, but it can nevertheless be a good tool for building a sturdy camp, or for gathering firewood. Survival axes are more commonly used in temperate environments. On the other hand, if you're going abroad, the survival machete will enable you to operate in the rainforest. Much longer and more powerful than a survival knife, the machete can be used to cut a path through dense, low-lignified vegetation, keep an enemy at a distance or clear an area. It can easily replace the need for a knife in your survival gear if you're operating in a tropical zone. Don't hesitate to call on the advice of our professionals, to fully plan your bushcraft adventure and opt for the best professional survival equipment.