S.O.L. Survive Outdoors Longer S.O.L. 70% Reflective Escape Lite Emergency Bivvy

February 14, 2020 - Comment
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For those who need backcountry shelter that breathes, the S.O.L. Survive Outdoors Longer70% Reflective Escape Lite Bivvy was developed especially for you. Constructed with our proprietary Escape fabric and with a minimalist design, the Escape Lite weighs in at only 5.5 ounces and packs incredibly small. The proprietary fabric lets moisture escape at the same time that it keeps rain, snow, and wind on the outside – all while reflecting your body heat back to you. The Escape Lite is no one-trick pony either, use it as a liner to enhance the warmth of your traditional sleeping bag, as an ultra-light weight summer bag, or as an emergecy bivvy. Now you really can go further and explore longer!

Product Features

  • Bivvy blanket measures 82 x 32 inches, and weighs approximately 5.5 ounces
  • Reflects 70% of your body heat back to you to prevent heat loss and trap warm air
  • Highly weather resistant so you stay dry in any conditions
  • Can be used as a sleeping bag liner, emergency blanket or as an ultra-light summer bag
  • Sheds weight from your load and takes up little space in your pack

Comments

Anonymous says:

I like to keep two of these in my vehicle during … I like to keep two of these in my vehicle during cold winter driving. In the event you have car trouble and your car was disabled, say in a blizzard, or storm, these would help to prevent cold temperature problems for your entire body, you would just pulled it on over you and it would great assist in your survival of the event.Thanks for the product availability, Dennis from Indiana

Anonymous says:

and that annoying rubber rubbing against rubber sound was gone This item kept me a little warmer on my 3.5 month long hike on the Pacific Crest Trail/ Additionally, it waterproofed my sleeping bag and I was no longer worried about the condensation on the tent walls causing me to wake up with a wet down bag. Also, on days when I didn’t need it for extra warmth, I wrapped it around my Klymit air mattress, and that annoying rubber rubbing against rubber sound was gone! I really think someone needs to make one of these that’s long enough to cover an entire…

Anonymous says:

I believe you can get down to 10 to 20 degrees and be comfortable. I used a Thermal pad between the ground … Just got mine recently, getting ready for backpack trip and wanted to see if I could leave my sleeping bag home, and just use the Bivvy, I can. I used the Bivvy in the desert for a long weekend. It kept me as warm as using my sleeping bag rated for temps down to 20 degrees. I slept in thermal underwear with long sleeve top, you might also want to consider something with a hood if your head gets cold. The temp at night was in the 40-50 degrees and closer to 90 during the day. A couple of things…

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