Alone Show Season 4 Item Lists

I do apologize for the lateness of this post (or any subsequent posts about season 4), as season 4 of the Alone show has already aired, however, better late than never! Right? Honestly, that must have been the attitude of the History channel too, because they didn’t post their usual lists before each season until the season was almost over. For those of us that have still managed to retain our curiosity, I am going to put together as comprehensive of a post as possible about the gear that the Alone Show season 4 contestants choose to bring with them to Vancouver Island.

For reference, here is the season 4 gear list that was posted on the History Channel’s website. (the link is a .pdf because History actually deletes this info for the next season and I don’t want it to be lost forever) Typically, on previous seasons, there has only been one person so it’s fairly straight forward – 1 person gets to have 10 items on top of the “default” items. Because this season was a team effort, the lists are a little different.

Here are the listed restrictions for the teams:
*Each Team may select 10 items from the following list (5 items per person).
*Participants may only choose up to 2 Food items each.
*Non-Hunting Items are limited to 1 of each item listed per Teammate.
*The Hunting Items are limited to 1 of each item listed per Team.

The difference for this season being that there are still only 10 items they get to choose, but it’s 5 items per person and fixed blade knives and ferro rods are on the default list of gear they get to bring. So it’s kind of like they are getting more than 10 special items if you consider that in previous seasons the knives and ferro rods had to be part of the original ten items. (Please note, I posted a lot of links in this article to the gear so you can check it out but they are NOT affiliate links or anything like that.)

Anywho, let’s start with the items that Jim and Ted chose to bring.

  1. Saw – crosscut teeth
  2. Bow and arrows – recurve bow, 50+ lb. draw – I think it’s a Samick Sage
  3. Gillnet
  4. Tarp – 12′ x 12′
  5. Trapping wire
  6. Fishing line and hooks
  7. Pot – titanium
  8. Multitool – Leatherman
  9. Rations – 2lbs of trail mix (according to Instagram they changed to pemmican at the last minute)
  10. Ax – painted orange, looks like a Fiskars brand.

They have also posted pictures of their gear on their personal social media profiles:

A post shared by Jim Baird (@jbadventurer) on

A post shared by Jim Baird (@jbadventurer) on

Pete and Sam:

  1. Tarp – 12′ x 12′
  2. Fishing line and hooks – 50 yards of 40 lb. test and 250 yards of 20 lb. test
  3. Gillnet – 12′ x 4′
  4. Trapping wire – 3.5 lb. gauge
  5. Rations – Looks like a bunch of Tanka Bars, which are pemmican.
  6. Tarp – 12′ x 12′
  7. Paracord – 500 lb. Rated, orange
  8. Saw – folding saw, 14″ blade – Silky Big Boy
  9. Ax – 26″ all-steel ax – appears to be an Estwing Long Handled Camper’s ax
  10. Pot – 2 quarts, stainless steel

Brook and Dave:

  1. Bow saw
  2. Pot – vintage aluminum coffee pot, 2 quarts
  3. Tarp – 12′ x 12′, white
  4. Bar of Soap
  5. Rations – trail mix (peanuts and chocolate)
  6. Ax – full-sized felling ax
  7. Tarp – 12′ x 12′, white
  8. Fishing line and hooks
  9. Pan
  10. Rations – trail mix

Chris and Brody:

  1. Bivy bag – waterproof bivy for sleeping bag – Gortex
  2. Ax – medium-sized- Looks like a Gransfors Bruks Small Forest Axe
  3. Pot – 2-quart bush pot – looks a lot like the stainless steel Self Reliance Outfitters Bush Pot
  4. Fishing line and hooks – 50 yards 30 lb. test, 100 yards 100 lb. test, 150 yards 40 lb. test
  5. Tarp – 12′ x 12′, silver
  6. Bivy bag – waterproof bivy for sleeping bag – Gortex
  7. Pot – 2-quart bush pot – looks a lot like the stainless steel Self Reliance Outfitters Bush Pot
  8. Tarp – 12′ x 12′, silver
  9. Saw – 18″ blade – Looks to be the Corona RS 7500D Razor Tooth Pruning Saw
  10. Gillnet

Shannon and Jesse:

  1. Gillnet
  2. Tarp – 12′ x 12′, silver
  3. Fishing line and hooks
  4. Pot – 2 quarts, cast iron
  5. Saw
  6. Bow and arrows
  7. Multitool – Leatherman it looks like a Wingman or a Sidekick?
  8. Canteen – stainless steel
  9. Rations – Lentils
  10. Rations – Pemmican?

Alex and Logan:

  1. Bow and arrows
  2. Paracord – 500 lb. Rated
  3. Gillnet
  4. Ax – 24″ – Looks like a Snow and Nealley Hudson Bay Axe
  5. Multitool – I think it’s a Leatherman SuperTool
  6. Fishing line and hooks – 6 lb. test, 30 lb. test, 60 lb. test
  7. Pot – stainless steel, 2 quarts – Zebra brand
  8. Tarp – 12′ x 12′
  9. Saw – 24″ folding saw – Looks like a Bob Dustrude Quick Buck Saw
  10. Rations – Pemmican

Brad and Josh:

  1. Saw – collapsible bow saw – Possibly a Sven Bow Saw?
  2. Bivy bag
  3. Canteen – 64 oz.
  4. Ax – mid-sized camp ax – Looks like a Gransfors Bruks Small Forest Axe?
  5. Tarp – 12′ x 12′
  6. Fishing line and hooks
  7. Pot – 2 quarts, stainless steel – looks a lot like the stainless steel Self Reliance Outfitters Bush Pot
  8. Saw – crosscut – Looks like a Corona RS 7160 Razor Tooth Raker Saw, 21-Inch
  9. Bivy bag
  10. Rations – Jerky?

 

And that’s that! I hope you found this helpful to have all of the lists in one place. My goal is to figure out the fixed blade knife choices that each contestant made at some point. Because these items were in the default list this time, they were not included in the videos above. You get glimpses of them here and there throughout the show, so I’ll try and figure out what they brought when I have a chance. 🙂

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