I would not just cold turkey put my dog on any of those foods. The risk of a dog's GI system going combustive is way too much.
I assume you aren't going camping right now, so you need to actually CHECK the foods right now to see if your dog can handle a little at a time. This before you are out in the middle of nowhere and have nothing but a bag of the dog food to feed your dog.
Ingredients lists and other people's experiences - is not going to help you. Period. Every dog does differently on different foods.
You should feed what your dog can handle. Whether that's Back to Basics or Fromm or Canidae or whatever - you are not going to know unless you test your dog with SMALL amounts right now.
Whatever your dog has eaten without any problems - if he has, I would stick with that. If you have no clue, then you have to test.
Some people get all galloping obsessed about feeding their dogs THE BEST FOOD EVER, and like the girl I chatted with at the petstore yesterday, sometimes the dogs can eat and thrive on anything. It's just their owners who are nitpicking and obsessing.
<- that was the point where I commented that some of the kibbles I've seen while testing on Jacks (I fed a variety of kibbles while trying to see what he does best on and what I can never feed him), a lot of the kibbles that use the same protein sources seem to smell the same to me and were the same colors. Just different sized or shaped kibble.
The exceptions were those that I found to be disgusting (salmon kibble for one brand - that smelled like cat food) or my dog balked about eating (one had no smell and one mondo premium raw coated kibble had this boat oil smell to it).