I love the size and the reflective qualities. Great for the reflective tent. I would line it with the military wool blankets.
- Benefits & Description
Benefits & Description
Lightweight | Easy Storage | Compacts in Bag
• Keep Warm in an Emergency
Constructed of thick, tear-resistant, mylar, this bag is designed to keep your body heat inside. • There When You Need It
This emergency sleeping bag comes in a reusable, protective sack so it will be ready when you are. • High Versatility
A great solution for keeping you warm when a disaster strikes or in any emergency situation you may encounter. Constructed of durable, tear-resistant mylar, this Emergency Sleeping Bag could be the difference between life and death in an emergency situation. Designed to reflect 90% of your body heat, this bag is a must have item to keep in your car or 72-hour kit.
Unlike many emergency blankets or sleeping bags on the market that are difficult to keep in good shape after opening, this emergency bag comes with a reusable bag to store your sleeping bag in to keep it protected.
- What's in the Box?
What's In-the-Box?Emergency Basics :
(1) Emergency Sleeping Bag
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: EB0135 Brand: SE Dimensions (LxWxH): 3 ft. x 7 ft Net Weight: 5.8 oz. Product Series: No Needs Supplied: Warmth and Shelter
Customer Reviews 2 item(s)
- Great inside a carry-on or bug-out
Price Value Quality
- warm sleeping bag.
Price Value Quality
OVERALL PRODUCT RATING
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