27 thoughts on “The Very Best EDC ANKLE Medical Kit

  1. BEHOLD THE CANKLE. It's just a terrible name. But this ankle kit is the best on the market. American Made. Built for daily wear. Removing some of the medical items cuts bulk down – http://warriorpoetsociety.us/store

  2. My suggestion only but "TOO MUCH BULK" ….. even wearing over the boot cut jeans, need basics only, chest seal (asherman), decompression dart, nasopharynx tube, r.a.t.s tourniquet, a kling gauze impregnated with a hemostatic agent, flattened half a roll of medical tape. mini sharpie (mark time rats applied)….. My ankle pouch BOK was constructed by my parachute rigger and stocked by my friend who is a USAF PJ. Worn for many years, replenished inspected every year. My cuts (scary sharp) are a Victorinox Champion and a Leatherman "Crunch" carried in a IWB pouch with my spare mag. Just what I do.

  3. Ankle med kits are oddly useful. I'm in the military and occasionally wear one, with my boots bloused, its slightly visible, but still unnoticed. I'm surprised that it is even possible to wear one in the uniform, but it is, I've done it for a few years now and never once been noticed. I do not have this one, but this one looks really good, and I trust John a ton too.

  4. Boot cut jeans, there no more printing that no one is going to notice anyway.

  5. ANKIT1A = Ankle Kit 1st Aid. Have you considered dividing into two smaller kits for both ankles for more comfort/mobility/more items? Do you ship overseas?

  6. I never pegged you to be A Negative person… You always seem so positive. 😁

  7. Hi mate, Love the content! Hey i dare say there are a few poets down under loving this stuff! Whats the chances of getting gear posted to Australia?

  8. Hey John with the recent shootings in the news I’ve decided to order your EDC ankle medical kit. It’s better to have it on me and hope I don’t have to use it.

  9. No way I could ever run this… legs are just too big even with regular jeans.

  10. Okay, wearing for just a few minutes so far, and it definitely needs a calf strap. Also interested in specs on what kind of decompression needle is recommended (brand/gauge).

  11. Why not divide the kit in two parts to reduce bulk and printing? We've got two legs after all.

  12. More power to you if you want to carry all that stuff. Personally, I have a first kit in my vehicle, home, and workplace.
    For EDC: a sharp knife, multi-tool, or shears and medical GLOVES. I can't emphasize gloves enough. Bystanders are often reluctant to render aid because they have no BSI handy. I don't even carry a barrier for rescue breathing anymore (AHA is recommends hands only CPR) unless I am in a remote area. People forget that you can improvise a variety of bandages, dressing and tourniquets from everyday items…pretty much anything on hand.They may not be sterile but they'll do the job in an emergency. That kit is handy in a single patient scenario but for multiple patients you'll need to be creative anyway. Above above all get first aid training.
    –First Responder for 20 years

  13. I work industrial construction and I always carry essential medical stuff in a cargo pant pocket. And man has it come in handy on multiple occasions. This is actually a way better option than a huge bulge of crazy help me stuff next to my knee. This is why I love this channel.

  14. Can you add a link to the extra items you have in your 'kankle,' i.e. the lock pick set, the decompression needle, etc.

  15. Fudge, Military Arms Channel Brought me here but Where have I been outstanding content Subbed!!!!

  16. Just saw MAC's videos about the need for first aid when shooting. Maybe you should share the video and the story.

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