Escape and evasion from hostage seizers or unlawful detainment. To get free from forced restraints and continued survival after the fact.

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Escape and evasion from hostage seizers or unlawful detainment. To get free from forced restraints and continued survival after the fact.

Unlike typical survival kits, these should not be in an obvious box or container. Nor should they be packed in a bag or even the pockets. In the event of being captured or detained, the subject will be searched.

This is why escape and evasion kits should be worn, not carried – hidden strategically around the body.

Parts or sections of the kit should be placed on areas where they will be easily accessible while the subject is restrained; hands handcuffed / tied in front or back, hogtied with the feet, secured to stationary objects.

Universal Handcuff Key

The most important and likely to be used escape and evasion kit item. Even to this day, most handcuffs around the world use the same locking mechanism and key.

BUY $12 USD


Ceramic Razor Blade

A concealable and nonmagnetic tool to cut rope, ductape and plastic zip ties. Invisible to metal scanners, holds an edge better than steel and is a much harder material.

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Handcuff Shim

A good backup or alternative to a dedicated handcuff key. These bypasses the lock instead of unlocking it. Available in steel or titanium, both extremely small and concealable.

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Kevlar Friction Saw

Ideally placed in footwear, this makeshift escape and evasion kit item can cut through almost anything that would be used to retrain a subject except metal.

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Bogota Lock Pick Set

This is the “evasion” part of the kit. With practice, any pin tumbler lock can be opened, which is universally the most common door lock and also many padlocks.

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Small Stealth Weapon

A standard self defense tool such as a knife does not apply to an escape and evasion kit as it should be assumed the subject will be searched. I use a custom made carbon fiber impact dagger.

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SERE V Cutter

A clever cutting tool specifically designed to cut through thin straps of plastic, nylon, rope and tape in a quick and singular motion. Consists of angled dual blades but safe from accidental cutting.

BUY $6 USD


Diamond Micro Saw

An extremely small and concealable tool for small cutting tasks. Ideal for any hand restraints including thin steel chains with the diamond saw and thick rope with the micro saw.

BUY $11 USD


Acid Sphere Capsule

Unavailable to the public, this tiny ball bearing like sphere is meant to be crushed on iron based material, dissolving it. For breaking handcuff chains or padlock internals.

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EZ Decoder or Quick Stick

Secondary escape and evasion kit tools. Similar to the handcuff shim, these bypasses locks, not picks them. However, these are for padlocks and combination locks.

BUY $10 USD


Nano Button Compass

After being detained and taken to who-knows-where, simply knowing the cardinal directions could go a long way to the “evasion”, in the wilderness and urban.

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Not all of these items are necessary for an escape and evasion kit. A select combination of them can be equipped to suit specific needs and carryability.

ESCAPE AND EVASION KIT /// $60+


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Published 3 years ago