SOL 2-Person Emergency Bivvy XL

May 30, 2017 - Comment
Add to Cart $19.99Amazon.com Price
(as of July 1, 2019 01:20 GMT+0200 - Details)

Turn to the Survive Outdoors Longer Emergency Bivvy XL for an unexpected night outdoors. Hop in this emergency shelter and improve your odds of survival when you and a partner are forced to spend an unexpected night outdoors. Made from tear-resistant polyethylene, this bivvy reflects 90% of body heat back to you, keeping you warm. Stay dry with sealed seam edges, with full protection from rain, wind, and snow. Pack up the bivvy in the included stuff sack for compact storage in a pocket or backpack. Each pack includes a 4.9-ounce emergency bivvy.

Product Features

  • Hop in this emergency shelter and improve your odds of survival when you and a partner are forced to spend an unexpected night outdoors.
  • Made from tear-resistant polyethylene, this bivvy reflects 90% of body heat back to you, keeping you warm.
  • Stay dry with sealed seam edges, with full protection from rain, wind, and snow.
  • Pack up the bivvy in the included stuff sack for compact storage in a pocket or backpack. Each pack includes a 60″ x 84″, 4.3-ounce emergency bivvy.

Comments

Richard McCune says:

This is a tiny solid piece of gear for your … This is a tiny solid piece of gear for your emergency vehicle bag or EDC bag. Two medium sized people can fit in this bag with ease ( x2 ‘5 10″ 175 – 180).I suggest using tyvex,duct tape, or gorilla tape to make tie-down points if you’re going to use this a a tent / shelter and not a bivvy bag.

RF says:

Essential Survival Gear – have used similar products in emergencies These are pretty much huge plastic bags coated with aluminum inside and are of a much better quality than their mylar counterparts. They will keep your body heat in and keep wind out, but are not a replacement for appropriate cold weather clothing. Although I have not had any outdoor emergencies since purchasing this item, I have used less durable mylar alternatives in two emergencies. Both times were in the mountains at high elevation(10,000ft & 12,300ft), in cold, windy conditions, and far…

KCR says:

Great value for money, condensation is a problem I bought mine July 1, 2013 and just retired this after seeing a few thin patches that were a little too thin, and being mindful of the ridiculously good price. 

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