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Dimensions: 3 ft. x 7 ft.
Lightweight at 5.8 oz.
Heavy-duty aluminized PE interior material
TACT Bivvy Emergency Survival Sleeping Bag – Lightweight, Waterproof Bivy Sack Emergency Blanket with HeatEcho Thermal Blanket Material & Nylon Bag, Use in Survival Kit, Camping Gear & Survival Gear
ULTRA LIGHTWEIGHT COMPACT SLEEPING BAG: Made out of ultra-lightweight HeatEcho™ reflective polyester film, this survival blanket sleeping bag weighs just 4.8 ounces. It also compresses into a tiny stuff sack, so you can carry this sleeping bag with your survival kit everywhere you go without weighing yourself down.
MADE FOR EMERGENCIES: The bright orange color of the light weight sleeping bag cover helps rescuers identify you with ease. Plus, the HeatEcho™ material reflects 90% of your body’s heat back to you, making it an essential survival tool and addition to your bug out bag, emergency shelter or camping gear.
INCREDIBLY DURABLE: For its weight and thinness, this sleeping bag will surprise you with its strength. The material ensures a tear-resistant, windproof AND waterproof sleeping bag. Plus, this emergency bivvy bag features reinforced taped seams, creating a weather-resistant barrier between you and the frigid cold.
World’s Toughest Ultralight Survival Tent • 2 Person Mylar Emergency Shelter Tube Tent + Paracord • Year-Round All Weather Protection For Hiking, Camping, & Outdoor Survival Kits
TOUGHEST ULTRALIGHT EMERGENCY TENT ON EARTH – Our tear-resistant, extra-thick HeatFlexTM mylar is stronger and more flexible than ordinary mylar. With 425-lb strength paracord & reinforced tape seams, this is a truly reusable survival tube tent built to withstand harsh weather conditions. The perfect balance of durability & weight at 9.5 oz.
“THESE SHOULD BE IN EVERY BACKPACK…” – your words, not ours. Designed for hiking, camping, and outdoor adventures to be ultralight, compact, with room for two adults. NASA-designed mylar is waterproof and reflects up to 90% of body heat for cold, wet, or hot weather survival and countless other uses year-round.
SET UP IN A SNAP – Simply run the paracord through the tent and tie up between two trees. Use rocks or gear to anchor the corners, and climb in. Can also be used as an emergency sleeping bag, emergency bivey, or space blanket if there are no trees around.