The list author says: "I can't fit my entire list on these lists, as you are apparently limited to 40 items a list. So I will break it apart that way. Be forwarned, I may have the same item on multiple lists, such as a backpack or a water filter.
Starting on clothes, it depends on what you are doing and where you are, you know where you are going MUCH better then I, this is just a simple guide, based on warm/cool area, urban or rural. Regular clothing at first, then clothing accessories like harnesses, backpacks, and some protective clothing."
"Can be used for many purposes, from cleaning something off(items, blades, glass), wearing it to keep the sun off your head, wetting it and keeping it on your neck to keep cool, for signalling if you don't have/can't use radios, to filter dirt/mud/silt to get cleaner water, the list goes on."
"Not the ones I was looking for, but it's similar enough. Hard toe for improved impact in kicks as well as protecting your toes, nice and high, with a zipper for quick on/off. You know how many movies you have seen a zombie grab a shoe and bite into a leg."
"You will need a belt, either for a side arm in civilian wear, for flashlights of knives, or just to hold your pants up, and trust me, I have seen enough sagging pants to tell you that when those drop, you aren't running from zombies, you are lunch."
"Good protection if you are in close enough. A natural self-defense is to bend your arm and use it to sheild yourself, so with these covering your forearms, you can hold them off for longer without infection."
"Has a little rubber bit on the pad to make sure it stays in place, has a pouch for an extra mag on the front, and has buckles for easy on/off without removing your belt. Keeps your pistol at your side in easy reach if you are going for a more military look/feel."
"You could probably find it cheaper than this exact one, but if you put it on your left hip, your pistol holster on your right, you will have a nice setup, though some might prefer to have a magazine rig instead on their left thigh. Has pretty much all you will need for battlefield wounds."
"This is set as extra-large, but other sizes are available, as well as in black. It's SUPPOSED to be a kevlar shirt for bike riders, when you fall off or crash, roadrash is greatly reduced. But being that it is kevlar, it is by no means knife proof or stab proof, but it might help a bit if you have other armor, and helps if you do crash a bike(as a chosen method of travel)"
"Comes in other sizes, but I can't stress how important this is if you live near a forest or a marshy kind of area. The last thing you need is for a snake to bite you when you are looking around for a meal or supplies."
"Good small pack if all you are doing is going out and about and don't need to be heavily armed or with a lot of storage, like for moving around your safehouse or walking along your security fence to check for breaks or survivors."
"Rather nice tactical vest. A padded right shoulder to reduce the recoil you feel on rifles, shotguns and AR's. A radio pouch, three magaine pouches for pistol and AR mags, though you could easily put a flashlight or something along those lines in one of the pistol mag pouches. Also has an ID pouch under the right shoulder and a holster for a pistol."
"Keeps blood from your eyes, in close quarters, a stab, slice, or shot, even a good hit with a bat may splatter blood, and if the zombie infection is a virus or bacteria, then it gets in your eyes, you are infected. It also works to keep wind, dust, mud, and rain out. And having 180 degrees of vision, it is not nearly as limited as goggles or even glasses."