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  1. This is a complete break down of all the approved and prohibited items for contestants of Alone. Each season, the list remains the same. However, how many of an individual item a contestant can bring varies from season to season. In season 1 contestants were allowed to bring 3 pairs of wool socks, but in season 8 of alone they were allowed to ...

  2. 1 net foraging bag. 2 lbs of 20, 21-gauge trapping (snare) wire. 1 slingshot/catapult + 30 steel ball bearings + 1 replacement band. 2 lbs of beef jerky. 2 lbs of dried pulses/legumes/lentils mix ...

  3. Here are the latest rules about which basic clothing and personal items every contestant can take: 1 x Pair of full-height hunting boots. 1 x Pair of waterproof Arctic winter boots. 1 x T-shirt. 1 x Fleece/wool shirt. 2 x Wool, fleece, or cotton sweaters. 6 x Pairs of wool socks. 2 x Hats (brimmed, wool, fur, arctic, or baseball) 2 x Buffs or ...

    • ‘Alone’ Rules: Contestants Must Remain in Their Assigned Territory
    • ‘Alone’ Rules: Contestants Are Subject to Medical Checks
    • ‘Alone’ Contestants May Choose A Maximum of 2 Food Items
    • ‘Alone’ Rules: Participants May Bring 10 Special Items — from The Approved List
    • What Are The Tools and Hunting Gear Used on ‘Alone’?

    When the History Channel and Alone producers drop the contestants into the wilderness, they assign them a territory. The Alone survivalists cannot leave their designated location, which proves to be a difficult rule for some contestants. The AloneSeason 9 winner, Juan Pablo Quiñonez, revealed this rule was the most challenging for him. “To me, the ...

    Although there is no set of tasks that Alone contestants have to complete, another rule is that they must participate in medical checks. Alone has a medical professional team that checks the contestants’ vitals, mental health, and BMI. The producers do everything they can to ensure no one dies in Alone. According to executive producer Shawn Witt, t...

    Before the Alone producers drop participants into the wilderness, the individuals must choose 10 special items. According to the History Channel, A maximum of two special items may be food. However, they may only select from the following items: 2 lbs of beef jerky, 2 lbs of dried pulses/legumes/lentils mix, 2 lbs of biltong, 2 lbs of hard tack mil...

    Contestants in Alone can choose only 10 special items from these categories: shelter, bedding, cooking, hygiene, hunting, food, and tools. Anything not on the list is prohibited in Alone. There are four shelter items: 12×12 ground cloth/tarp, 8-mm climbing rope – 10M, 550 Paracord – 80m, or 3-mm cotton cord – 40m. The four bedding items for partici...

    Instead of wasting items on hygiene, Aloneparticipants typically focus on the hunting and tools categories. In the area of hunting, participants may choose from the following: 1 300-yd roll of a single-filament fishing line up to a max of 20 lbs weight test + 35 assorted barbless hooks, 1 Primitive Bow Recurve or longbow + 9x Arrows, 1 small-gauge ...

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  4. May 17, 2018 · 1x Pair of high leg Hunting boots. 2x Pairs of Outdoor Pants (can unzip into shorts) 1x T-shirt. 2x Fleece or wool shirts (hooded or unhooded) 3x Pairs of wool socks. 1x Hat (brimmed, wool or baseball) 1x Bandana or shemagh. 1x Pair gloves. 1x Light outdoor jacket.

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  5. Jul 10, 2015 · 1 300 yard roll of nylon single filament fishing line and 25 assorted hooks (No lures) 1 primitive bow with 6 Arrows (must be predominately made of wood) 1 small gauge gill net (1.5 m deep x 6 m long and 2 inch [50 mm] mesh) 1 slingshot/Catapult. 1 net foraging bag. 3.5 lb roll of trapping wire.

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