Bandanas, or variations of it, have been around for ages. They are picturesque and have been seen on heads, around necks (including dogs) and casually hanging out of rear pickets. They come in a variety of sizes, designs and colors. And, as diverse as their appearance, so are their uses.
Bandanas… provide shade from the sun, warmth from the cold, filter air and water, provide padding, binding and signaling. They can even be used as a wick for a lamp or torch. They are a great addition to your Bug-Out-Bag (BOB), especially because they are not a specialized piece of equipment, making them incredibly versatile.
I would love to see comments from Survivaltek readers on the ways that YOU have used yours.