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    Worst-case scenarios averted.

    The worst-case scenario is that you get hurt. Actually, the worst-case scenario is that you get hurt and don’t have a first aid kit with you because you thought it was too heavy to pack. No, wait; maybe the worst-case scenario is really that you get hurt, and you have your fist aid kit, but it is soaking wet and totally unusable because it wasn’t in a waterproof container. The Adventure Medical Ultralight & Watertight .9 First Aid is lightweight, packable, and uses a DryFlex liner to keep water out.
    • Item #AMK0124

    Tech Specs

    8 x 5 x 3.5 in
    Group Size
    Trip Duration
    4 days
    Bleeding/Infection Control
    4 atiseptic wipes, 3 triple antibiotic ointment, 3 alcohol swabs, benzoin topical adhesive tincture
    Wound Management/Care
    5 adhesive fabric bandages 1 x 3in (2.5 x 7.6cm), 3 adhesive knuckle bandages, 3 butterfly closure bandages, 1 conforming gauze bandage, 12 gauze dressings, trauma pad
    Fracture / Sprain / Strain
    tape, 1in x 10 yards (2.54cm x 9.1m), elastic bandage with hook-and-loop closure
    forceps, 3 safety pins, gloves, hand wipe
    2 after-bite wipes, 3 antihistamine, 6 ibuprofen, 2 aspirin, 4 diamode
    Gear Repair / Survival Items
    duct tape
    Other Items
    22 precut moleskins
    Claimed Weight
    10.4 oz
    Recommended Use
    first-aid treatment for backpacking, hiking, kayaking, rafting, cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Nice size and waterproof

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Along with being a nice size to have in your pack, the watertight aspect adds some great reassurance that it's going to be good whenever. Haven't had things inside get wet even though it's been through some good water shots.

    Go-to first aid kit

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This kit has a little bit of everything to give you a baseline of first aid on most of your hiking and camping trips. There is enough to last two people over multiple trips. I also feel there is enough room in the bag to shove a few more items in if you want something that didn't come in the bag or you want a few extra band aids. If you're going hiking this is essential gear.

    Good Starter Kit

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is a great kit. It comes equipped with lots of stuff that would be a pain to buy and assemble separately. Depending on your intended use you may want to add to the pack, ie I added bandaids and wraps for mountain biking as the pack came light on those items.

    So far, so good

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    A good first aid kit is a must-have for any backcountry adventure. Regrettably I must admit that I went far too long without having one in my pack. Eventually I decided to quit depending on luck and invest in the Ultralight & Watertight .9. This kit is light on weight and heavy on functionality. I haven't had to use it yet, but I feel a lot better knowing I have it.

    Initial Impressions = Thumbs Up

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Thankfully I haven't had to dig into this Kit yet. I checked out the contents and it has all the basically you would need out on the river, on the trail, or sleeping under the stars. As Tyler mentioned, it has 2 dry bags so I may separate them and buy some additional first aid kit artillery and throw those in one bag and keep the original contents in the other. This will mostly sit in a boat and hopefully will not have to come in handy, but will come in handy...

    Not bad for the size

      I just unboxed mine and went through it. Since it has two drybags, I seperated the items into groups of "Ill use this often" and "If I'm using this, something bad happened" Bandaids and towelettes go into one side, irrigation needle, wraps, and tape into another.

      I do wish it came with a vial of saline for the irrigation needle though. Are we supposed to boil water and let cool as to not melt the syringe. Not really a time is of the essence thing. Ill probably end up taking that out.

      Great small kit

        Easy to pack and has the essentials for a day in the mountains. I supplement this kit with a sam splint and a quick clot just in case. I've used many of the included items in this kit and they are easy to access and sort through (luckily nothing serious!). I also take it on short weekend trips because it seems like with kids you'll always need a few extra band aids.

        Good all around little kit

        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

        Pretty good kit. I would add a few more bandaids, a few more ibuprofen, and a couple other little things.. But great all around kit for mainly what you need in a first-aid kit.

        Awesome little kit

          just got this after realizing I'm usually way under prepared for most adventures I find myself doing. This contains some pretty cool essentials for an MTB ride or hike not to far from the car (2-4 hrs)...

          Great packaging (waterproofing is nice), super lightweight/compact...would be easy to carry in a MTB backpack/daypack.

          Great Kit

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          I picked up my first Adventure Medical Ultralight kit to keep in my backcountry skiing pack because of its light weight and excellent selection of supplies; it does not disappoint, although I have added some more pain killers and such. I'll be getting another to keep in my car for sure.

          Would this be a good ski touring first aid kit?

          Best Answer

          The Adventure Medical Ultralight & Watertight .9 First Aid Kit would definitely be a good set for augmenting any ski touring pack. Personally, I would add in some flint (extra if already included) in case you need to get some warmth out there as well as a space blanket or two. Throwing in a small mirror is another solid addition should the worst case scenario happen and you're needing to be found.

          Overall this kit has comes with everything you need to treating an injury in the field, but you can't go wrong adding a bit more in for added safety.

          Hey Robert,

          This would be great for a ski touring med kit. However, in ski touring, the chance for trauma is high, and you need to ask yourself how comfortable you are splinting a broken bone to move a patient. It may be better for you to consider a med kit that has a SAM splint like this one:

          Or look at adding a SAM splint to this one.

          If you have any questions, you can contact me at extension 4743 or email at


          I'm looking for a kit for my bugout bag....

          I'm looking for a kit for my bugout bag. So in the case I would need to use it It will be for a backcountry, solo trek for potentially a month long. I like that this kit is light and is pretty well rounded.
          Any suggestions?

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          This kit does sound pretty well rounded. Better than most. Toss in a few roller bandages or BloodStoppers, maybe a cravat or two for slings, half a dozen sterile 4x4 gauze pads, a few more pills, and you'll be set. A small pair of paramedic's shears and a Sam-Splint also aren't bad things to have around.

          I have this kit for cycling and light hiking...I think the A.M.K. Ultralight Pro would be the smallest kit you might want to consider, depending on how many people, and how long your excursion might be, especially for potentially a month...); plus, it includes the other items previously suggested.

          Might also want to consider one of the other emergency kits (fire starter, mag. glass, small mirror, and other survival needs, add a emergency 'blanket(s)' of some sort, maybe some sort of solar charger; (and maybe brush-up on herbal medicines & local plant I.D., taking a survival course) then you can "bug-out" in confidence!