History Channel’s Alone Gear List – Season 3 Contestant’s 10 Chosen Items

History Channel’s Alone Gear List – Season 3 Contestant’s 10 Chosen Items

History Channel's Alone Gear List - Season 3

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History Channel’s Survival TV show ‘Alone’ is back for its third season, so we thought we would have a look at what each contestant decided to take with them this year. History Channel’s Alone Gear List must be chosen from a set list of items, of which they are allowed to take 10. Once their choice has been made there is no going back to change their mind so it is incredibly important to think about each item very carefully.

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There is a list of roughly 50 items to choose from as well as a list of prohibited items including things like guns. These lists are both available Here.

After watching all 10 contestants videos of their individual picks, we have put those details down in writing for your convenience. If you can identify any of the tools the contestants are using then please comment below.

1. Britt Ahart’s 10 Items for History Channel’s Alone Gear List – Season 3

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Britt is a 40-year-old accountant from Matua, OH.

  1. 0° Synthetic Sleeping Bag – Synthetic insulation has the advantage of working even when wet, which down insulation does not.
  2. Ka-Bar Becker BK7 Survival Knife
  3. 31 ” Felling Axe
  4. 24″ Bow Saw
  5. 2 Quart Pot with Lid
  6. Fishing Line and 25 x Hooks
  7. Ferro Rod
  8. 40 m Paracord 550 – Easy separated into thinner strands which gives you a much longer length in total
  9. Emergency Food Rations – A choice of Jerky, Lentils, Sugar, Pemmican, Gorp, Flour, and a few other mixes
  10. Emergency Food Rations – A choice of Jerky, Lentils, Sugar, Pemmican, Gorp, Flour, and a few other mixes

2. Carleigh Fairchild’s 10 Items for History Channel’s Alone Gear List

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Carleigh is a 28-year-old carpenter from Edna Bay, Ak.

  1. -30° Synthetic Sleeping Bag – Synthetic insulation has the advantage of working even when wet, which down insulation does not.
  2. Full Tang Bushcraft Knife by L.T. Wright Genesis
  3. Medium Axe with 2 lb Head – With the mention of using it as a weapon
  4. Professional Pruning Saw – Large folding saw to reach up high
  5. 64 oz Metal Water Bottle – To boil water, use like a hot water bottle to stay warm at night, and to transport water.
  6. 300 yards 100 lb Fishing Line – Cordage for shelter building, setting snares etc.
  7. 100 yards 20 lb Fishing Line and 25 x Hooks – Purely for fishing
  8. Ferro Rod
  9. Emergency Food Rations – A choice of Jerky, Lentils, Sugar, Pemmican, Gorp, Flour, and a few other mixes
  10. Emergency Food Rations – A choice of Jerky, Lentils, Sugar, Pemmican, Gorp, Flour, and a few other mixes

3. Zachary Fowler’s 10 Items for History Channel’s Alone Gear List Season 3

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Zach Fowler is a 36-year-old boat builder from Appleton, Me.

  1. -20° Large Bottomed Sleeping Bag – Extra space in the foot well for comfort in the shelter
  2. Victorinox Swiss Army Swisstool Spirit X Multitool – For detailed work and maintaining other tools
  3. Felling Axe – Quite big for processing lots of firewood
  4. Cross Cut Saw – Big teeth for ripping through thick timber
  5. Cold Steel Special Forces Shovel – Sharpened edge for bushwacking, digging, chopping, and multiple other uses
  6. Hand Made Slingshot with 2 x Elastic Bands – Plus 30 x steel ammo painted pink for possible retrieval
  7. 2 Quart Pot with Frying Pan Lid
  8. Fishing Line and 25 x Hooks
  9. Ferro Rod
  10. 40 m Paracord 550 – Easy separated into thinner strands which gives you a much longer length in total

4. Zachary Gault’s 10 Items for History Channel’s Alone Gear List – Season 3

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Zach G is a 22-year-old wilderness living instructor from Ontario, Canada.

  1. -20° Sleeping Bag – Tested down to a temperature of -40°
  2. Large Full Tang Knife – The Dutchman by Battle Horse Knives
  3. Medium Swedish Made Axe with 2 lb Head – Also coated in Linseed Oil for protection
  4. Small Hand Saw
  5. 13 cm Billy Can
  6. Fishing Line and 25 x Hooks
  7. Ferro Rod
  8. Sharpening Stone – Keeping a good edge is important for Zach
  9. 40 m Paracord 550
  10. Emergency Food Rations – A choice of Jerky, Lentils, Sugar, Pemmican, Gorp, Flour, and a few other mixes

5. Megan Hanacek’s 10 Items for History Channel’s Alone Gear List Season 3

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Megan is a 41-year-old biologist / forestry worker from British Columbia, Canada.

  1. -14° Synthetic Sleeping Bag
  2. Custom W2 Bowie Knife – Thick 10 ” blade with drop point
  3. 31 ” Axe with 4 1/2 lb Head – Big axe for felling trees
  4. Breathable Goretex Waterproof Bivvy Bag – Portable emergency shelter and extra protection from wind and rain
  5. Gill Net – Lots of cordage with potential other uses
  6. 2 Quart Pot with Sealable Lid
  7. Freshwater Fly Fishing Line and 25 x Hooks
  8. Ferro Rod
  9. 40 m Paracord 550
  10. Emergency Food Rations – A choice of Jerky, Lentils, Sugar, Pemmican, Gorp, Flour, and a few other mixes

6. Dave Nesia’s 10 Items for History Channel’s Alone Gear List – Season 3

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Dave is a 49-year-old bushcraft teacher from Salt Lake City, UT.

  1. -20° Synthetic Sleeping Bag
  2. Morakniv Companion Knife – Chosen for it’s lightness but will this prove to be a mistake?
  3. Medium Felling Axe / Large Hatchet
  4. Bow and Arrows
  5. Poly Rain Tarp – Clear plastic material to let in light and heat, trapping warm air much like a greenhouse
  6. Large 4 Quart Frying Pan – Chosen over a billy can because it is heavy duty and bigger. Bought from a thrift store
  7. 8 lb Fishing Line, 50 lb Fishing Line, and 25 x Hooks
  8. Ferro Rod – Mounted onto a wooden base for stability, longevity, and less risk of breaking the rod
  9. Emergency Food Rations – A choice of Jerky, Lentils, Sugar, Pemmican, Gorp, Flour, and a few other mixes
  10. Emergency Food Rations – A choice of Jerky, Lentils, Sugar, Pemmican, Gorp, Flour, and a few other mixes

7. Callie North’s 10 Items for History Channel’s Alone Gear List – Season 3

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Callie is a 27-year-old herbalist fro Lopez Island, WA.

  1. -40° Dry Down Sleeping Bag – 100% waterproof and built for arctic conditions
  2. Handmade 1095 Carbon Steel Knife – Full tang blade with a bone handle, made by a friend of Callie.
  3. Large Pruning Saw – Long handle for a higher reach
  4. Heavy Duty Hand Sewn Military Grade 40 mm Tarp
  5. 2 Quart Pot with Lid
  6. Fishing Line and 25 x Hooks
  7. Ferro Rod
  8. 40 mParacord 550 – Callie chose this item over an axe as she believed that building a solid shelter was more important
  9. Emergency Food Rations – A choice of Jerky, Lentils, Sugar, Pemmican, Gorp, Flour, and a few other mixes
  10. Emergency Food Rations – A choice of Jerky, Lentils, Sugar, Pemmican, Gorp, Flour, and a few other mixes

8. Greg Ovens’s 10 Items for History Channel’s Alone Gear List – Season 3

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Greg is a 53-year-old drywaller from Columbia Valley, Canada.

  1. Down Filled and Waterproof Sleeping Bag
  2. High Carbon Steel Custom Knife with Giraffe Bone Handle
  3. German Steel Axe – 60 + years old
  4. Cross Cut Saw – 60 + years old
  5. Bow and 6 x Carbon Arrows – The bow dismantles down to make storage and transport much easier.
  6. 2 Quart Hanging Pot with Lid
  7. 60 lb Test Fishing Line and 25 x Hooks
  8. Ferro Rod
  9. 40 mParacord 550 – Multiple uses for building and trap making
  10. Emergency Food Rations – A choice of Jerky, Lentils, Sugar, Pemmican, Gorp, Flour, and a few other mixes

9. Jim Shields’s 10 Items for History Channel’s Alone Gear List – Season 3

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Jim is a 37-year-old high school teacher from Langhorne, PA.

  1. -20° Synthetic Sleeping Bag
  2. Full Tang Carbon Steel Bushcraft Knife
  3. Scandinavian Forest Axe
  4. Lightweight Bow Saw
  5. 2 Quart Pot with Lid
  6. 300 yards of Monofilament Fishing Line and 25 x Hooks
  7. Ferro Rod
  8. 40 m Paracord 550
  9. Emergency Food Rations – A choice of Jerky, Lentils, Sugar, Pemmican, Gorp, Flour, and a few other mixes
  10. Emergency Food Rations – A choice of Jerky, Lentils, Sugar, Pemmican, Gorp, Flour, and a few other mixes

10. Dan Wowak’s 10 Items for History Channel’s Alone Gear List – Season 3

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Dan is 34-year-old trapper from Mahanoy City, PA.

  1. -20° Synthetic Sleeping Bag – To stay warm even if it gets wet
  2. Full Tang Carbon Steel Knife from Battle Horse Knives
  3. Full-Size Felling Axe – Will mostly be left at base camp so wanted something heavy
  4. 30″ Bow Saw – For processing firewood and shelter building
  5. Hammock – To get off the ground and have a comfortable sleep
  6. Hanging Bush Pot with Lid
  7. 2 Different Size Fishing Line and 25 x Hooks
  8. Ferro Rod
  9. 40 m Paracord 550 – Easy separated into thinner strands with multiple uses
  10. Emergency Food Rations – A choice of Jerky, Lentils, Sugar, Pemmican, Gorp, Flour, and a few other mixes

Can’t wait to see what happens this season and how their chosen gear fairs in the wild. Thanks for reading this round-up of the History Channel’s Alone Gear List – Season 3.

  1. Steven 13/01/2017 at 03:33

    Would like to know what kind of pants Dave is wearing. Saw a label on episode 7. Know who they are made by, but not on the web. Would like to know the model. Looks like think camo wool.

  2. balisong 24/04/2017 at 23:22

    so many wasted items, so much wasted time and effort. An axe, slingshot, sharpening stone, ferrorod, shovel, bow, hanks of paracord, (when they can have 7x as much by taking a paracord hammock and unraveling it) Take a kukri and you wont need the axe or the shovel, and probably not the multitool, certainly not a belt knife. Bivvy sack is a waste, they give you a couple of tarps. YOu can sharpen your knife on any smooth rock. You can start your first fire with lint from your wool socks, the duct tape and fishhooks, and the batteries that they give you. If it’s really wet, you’ll need either birch bark or pine sap, along with a featherstick from split-dry inside) wood. Once you have a fire, char some punkwood in your altoid tin (they allow it, for carrying your fishhooks) once you have char, any carbon steel tool and any hunk of quartz or chert will start a fire.

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