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This comprehensive 71pc. sports first aid kit comes in a large plastic case with separate compartments, designed specifically for sports activities. Kit includes: first aid guide, latex-free exam quality disposable vinyl gloves, instant cold compresses, latex-free elastic bandage, blister prevention, scissors, tweezers, cotton-tipped applicators, OTC medications, assorted bandages, gauze dressings, trauma pad, athletic and first aid tape, antiseptic and antibacterial ointment.
American Medical Association.
Especially configured for Sports Injuries.
71 Supplies Physicians Recommend for Sports Injuries.
Made in USA
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Box breaks easily- one small drop and now I have to find another boxPublished 5 months ago by Redtulips
We bought it about a month ago to have on the sideline of my son's soccer games. I'm happy to report it has not been used yet but I can definitely recommend it for its small size,... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Dorthe
I bought this kit to take to my son’s youth practices and events. I like the small size – fits nicely into duffle bag and not too heavy. Read morePublished 22 months ago by 2takedown
This is just the exact first aid kit I need for the out doors. My son pays soccer and he tends to suffer concussions and scratches all the time. Read morePublished on June 14, 2013 by Marucka
Nice case with all the essentials to start with. Have it in the travel bag of our small middle school team.Published on April 9, 2013 by Steve Carpenter
I purchased this for my daughter, a single mom of her 2 year old granddaughter. It had everything she might even possibly need in case of emergency.Published on January 23, 2013 by Maryellen stevens
Have made great use of this while coaching a high school team. I set the kit out & the kids know they can get in there to take care of any of their minor injuries. Read morePublished on December 20, 2012 by Siege