Camp Rag: Burn Proof Work Cloth built from Durable Kevlar Fabric w/ Lanyard Grommet.
Black Hanks ship same week (unless ordered w/ other items)
Pre-order estimated ship date is July/Aug 2017.
A burnproof work rag used to tend to a fire, grasp hot equipment or firearm suppressor, shield from flames, soak up a grease spill, shield during a parry from knife based attacks, etc. Equipped with grommet for attaching to lanyard, key ring, etc. Built and crafted with 2 layers of kevlar fabric and stitched together with aramid thread. Add a lanyard to upgrade hank's capability to starting a fire, setting a snare trap, fishing, or utilitarian tasks aided by a burnproof lanyard.
Flame resistant: Up to 800 degrees Fahrenheit. Developed by Superesse and built by Burn Proof Gear to our specifications.
Grommet Hole: a gloss black steel lanyard hole for utilitarian uses.
Lanyard Cordage: Add a lanyard upgrade to provide options for starting fire, gathering food, or accomplishing other tasks.
SPECS: 2 layer Kevlar woven cloth, aramid sew, metal grommet, est. 10"x10" size.
FireCord Lanyard w/ Ferro Rod Toggle and Jute Packet: includes 12" of tinder (flammable, waterproof, 550lb) filled paracord so you can create a pull-thru lanyard. We pre-thread the FireCord thru a ferrocerium firestarting toggle. Simply scrape the rod to create flame sparks. You'll also get a heat shrink sealed packet of Jute Twine (tinder) that fits perfectly in the label's natural slot.
Survivor Cord Lanyard w/ Ferro Rod Toggle: includes 12" of survival paracord so you can create a pull-thru lanyard. The cord contains useful inner strands of 25 lb. test mono-filament fishing line, waterproof/waxed twisted jute fiber strand, and 30 AWG metallic alloy conductive/non-magnetic snare wire, (and of course 7 nylon strands, 550lb+ strength). We pre-thread the Survivor Cord thru a ferrocerium firestarting toggle. Simply scrape the rod to create flame sparks.
Kevlar Lanyard: a burn resistant kevlar, UV protected, lenght of high strenght cordage. Great lanyard if your primary use of the hank is in/around flames such as forging metal or cooking over camp fire.
Note: Camp Rag is absorbent to heat. While cloth is near impossible to burn or ignite, heat is easily transferred thru material and can burn hands if exposed to prolong heat while grasping
Tips: Place Camp Rag atop a pot or mug of coffee while heating on an open flame to block ashes and debris.
Tips: Use as a barrel/suppressor wrap on a recently fired rifle to protect from burns. Use Kevlar Lanyard to secure cover.
Tips: Cover an hot engine block while making mechanical adjustments under the hood.
Tips: Tend to a campfire and arrange logs and kindling.
Tips: Parry a knife attack while protecting from offensive cuts.
Tips: Use as a gun pad/mat to lay out small firearm parts while cleaning.
Tips: Improvise as an oven mitt. Use bungee cord to make a hook for hanging mitt by oven.
Care/Maintenance: Wash this Hank anyway you want. It's durable. Throw in the machine wash, dry in the dryer, or clean by hand. Use any detergent. Just steer clear of bleach.