Adventurer, writer, photographer, gear designer and survival instructor for Randall’s Adventure & Training, Reuben has spent most of his life hiking and backpacking through the wildernesses of the world. He has traveled abroad in extreme environments, from Alaska to the desert heat of Egypt – as well as the humid conditions of Southeast Asia and South America. He continues studying primitive survival techniques, construction and uses of knives and edged tools from places such as: South America, Australia, Philippines, Thailand, New Zealand, and numerous countries in the South Pacific and Scandinavia. Reuben has published many articles on survival, knife and tool use, woodcraft, shelters, and remains a lifetime student of survival.
The S.O.L. Phoenix Multi-Purpose Survival Tool Comes Through in the Clinch Story and Photos by Reuben Bolieu At the beginning of Tick season, in the Northeast woodlands, I contacted a repres... Read more
The ESEE Knives 3D Edition Adds Comfort and Aesthetics to their Already Popular Lineup Story and Photos by Reuben Bolieu ESEE Knives kicked off 2020 with S35VN steel, a new knife model and 3... Read more
Tuff Possum Gear is Real Gear by Real People Story and Photos by Reuben Bolieu These days the outdoors apparel/gear/accessory business is slowly getting more and more saturated – not to ment... Read more
Proper Machete Use is Essential for Safe and Efficient Jungle Living Story and Photos by Reuben Bolieu As long as I can remember I was fascinated by the jungle. A strong case could be made f... Read more
Knowledge of Common Emergency Shelters May be Essential Wisdom During Trying Times Story and Photos by Reuben Bolieu It is often written in many books and shown in many survival videos, that... Read more
Improve Your Odds with These Bushcraft Knife Techniques Story and Photos by Reuben Bolieu The knife is arguably the most valuable cutting tool in survival. In the United States, we loosely u... Read more