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 (Camo)

December 29, 2019 - Comment
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The toughest ultralight survival tent you’ll find anywhere – guaranteed. Designed for hikers and outdoor adventurers, the DDITW PRO Ultralight Survival Tent provides year-round protection for 2 adults from harsh weather in any season.

Other emergency shelters are made flimsy and cheap for one time use. We’ve tested and designed every detail with the highest quality materials available. Our HeatFlex mylar is stronger and more flexible than ordinary mylar to withstand harsh weather conditions and rocky terrain. With 425-lb strength paracord, reinforced tape seams, and a nylon storage sack, this tent is reusable and built to last. Stash these emergency tents everywhere – in your car, survival kit, first aid kit, bug out bag, zombie survival kit, nuclear survival kit, earthquake survival kit, and backpacks.

To Use: Simply run the paracord through the tent and tie the ends to a tree or bush. Anchor the corners down with rocks or gear, and climb inside. [Tip: If you can’t find anything to tie the rope to, the 80 sq ft of mylar makes a great emergency sleeping bag].

NASA-designed mylar reflects up to 90% heat to help conserve body heat in cold weather. [Tip: In hot conditions, turn the tent inside out to aim the silver side OUT to reflect heat away]. It is also waterproof and light reflective for countless survival uses year-round.

For emergency use only. Does not replace your camping tent. Warning: Mylar is not fireproof. Keep away from heat and flames. Warning: Adult supervision is required due to strangulation and suffocation hazards. HeatFlex and Don’t Die In The Woods are trademarks of 50/50 Goods.

Product Features

  • TOUGHEST ULTRALIGHT EMERGENCY TENT ON EARTH – Our tear-resistant, extra-thick HeatFlex 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.
  • INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH PARACORD & REINFORCED SEAMS – Other emergency shelters are made flimsy and cheap for one time use. We’ve tested and designed every detail with the highest quality materials available. Stash these emergency tents everywhere – in your cars, survival kit, first aid kit, earthquake survival kit, bug out bag, zombie survival kit – and enjoy the outdoors with confidence.
  • 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED – You won’t find a tougher mylar survival tent anywhere. Guaranteed. 50% PROFITS TO CHARITY – When you buy from 50/50 Goods, half the profits are donated to conservation efforts around the world.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Glorified survival blanket, weak material. Used this as a last resort during a kayak trip and it started raining. Got the tent out and realized is just a glorified emergency blanket. Parachord got ripped out by the wind and it became a reflective carpet. I was pretty bitter about it. Never using this brand again. Sad. I was excited to have it on me just in case. Now I have to look at better options.

Anonymous says:

Not Sure Bout This… Well, I’m a little disappointed in this. They call it a tent, but it really is just a glorified mylar triangle. It probably is a more durable mylar than the average, but it’s still rather flimsy for what I would call a tent, even an emergency one.Plus, there’s no way to tack it down on the bottom. All the photos must be super photoshopped cuz they show it all nice and rigid with two happy faces smiling out of it. But, in reality, it just sits flimsily on the ground. IF you happen…

Anonymous says:

Received product today and initial thoughts are that this product … Received product today and initial thoughts are that this product is probably a one or two time use product. It is basically a Mylar space blanket painted orange on one side. It’s not especially thick and I’m not sure it would hold up in a storm or in rough ground.

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