Survival Sleeping Bag

$11.00

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Description

  • ULTRA LIGHTWEIGHT & COMPACT SLEEPING BAG—Dimension: 3.08 ft x 6.73 ft(37*80.7 inches), enough to accommodate an adult; Lightweight at 4.6 oz, it’s easy to carry. Small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, Delmera’s Bivy survival sleeping bag comes rolled up inside handy nylon stuff drawstring bag sack so you can store it nearly anywhere. First aid sleeping bag is guaranteed, not easy to tear, good waterproof performance, strong wind resistance, strong insulation performance.

 

  • STAY WARM AND ALIVE IN EXTREME CONDITIONS—Originally designed by NASA for space exploration, these insulating mylar bags provide compact emergency protection in all weather conditions by reflecting back and retaining 90% of a survival victim’s body heat. Furthermore, the bright orange color of the waterproof sleeping bag helps rescuers identify you with ease. The emergency sleeping bag serves as your emergency blanket, survival shelter, and emergency bivy sack all-in-one

 

  • EMERGENCY USE AND EXTRA-THICK TEAR—Delmera Emergency Thermal Mylar Bags are ideal for all emergencies. They can be used to prevent and counter hypothermia by reducing heat loss from a person’s body, to cover injured victims in order to help reduce shock. Your ultra-lightweight survival sleeping bag is constructed of 26um extra-thick mylar material with a tear and puncture resistant coating so it stands up to extreme conditions.

 

  • INCREDIBLY PACKABLE AND PROTECTION AGAINST RAIN, WIND—Light and massively compact emergency bivy with handy nylon stuff drawstring bag sack, so you can carry this sleeping bag with your survival kit everywhere you go without weighing yourself down. Heavy-duty aluminized PE interior material can resist rain, wind, snow and other external impact. We recommend keeping it with your survival kit, in your bug out bag, camping gear, and glove box so you have it ready when you need it.