UTOOL Ultralight Emergency Sleeping Bag Waterproof Bivy Sack Bivvy Cover

March 28, 2019 - Comment

“Sunshine is delicious, rain is refreshing, wind braces us up, snow is exhilarating; there is really no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather.” – John Ruskin Of course, you hope for clear skies and lots of sunshine, but as any seasoned trekker knows, those are some long odds. Especially if

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“Sunshine is delicious, rain is refreshing, wind braces us up, snow is exhilarating; there is really no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather.” – John Ruskin Of course, you hope for clear skies and lots of sunshine, but as any seasoned trekker knows, those are some long odds. Especially if you’re heading out for more than a day or two, there’s a good chance you’re going to experience some rain. Tool waterproof bevy sack is one of the most flexible, reliable item you can bring to protect you from the unpredictable weather. This Extra-Thick Emergency Sleeping Bag are designed to be used in emergency situations for preventing you from hypothermia by reflecting up to 93% of your body heat, and to help you survive inclement weather when no other options are available. Perfect for hiking, camping, boating, hunting, and surviving in the outdoors. Also excellent as a sleeping bag liner in cold weather, or a sleeping bag cover in wet weather. The perfect preparedness item for your Survival Kits and Bug-Out Bags. Each advanced aluminized sleeping bag is heat conductive, measures 36″ x 84″, is 28u thick, weighs 4.9 oz., is waterproof, and tear resistant. Each Extra-Thick Emergency Sleeping Bag is packed in a small drawstring pull bag. When used properly, this emergency sleeping bag will reflect up to 93% of body heat back towards you.

Product Features

  • ☘Multiple Uses: Originally designed for heat retention during NASA space exploration, this high density aluminized PE emergency bivy can also be used for ground cover, rescue or distress beacons, ponchos, tarps, and impromptu shade as it is fully waterproof, windproof, rays of light and heat reflective.
  • ☘Bigger and More Durable but Ultralight: Our emergency sleeping bag is 84 inches long and 36 inches wide, which is bigger, tougher, quieter and more durable than those common ones. But it just only weighs 4.9 oz, very light and compact, which takes up very little space in your pack, perfect for any backpacker who wants to travel light.
  • ☘Compelling Sleeping Bag Cover: This bivy bag is a great cover for the ultra-minimalist mountaineers, hikers, and long-distance cyclists, etc. There’s not much to it other than to just slide it over your sleeping bag for rain, snow and temperature protection.
  • ☘Warm and Reusable: Each survival bivy sack is designed to help prevent hypothermia and shock by reflecting up to 90% of body heat, helping to keep you warmer in those dangerous emergency situations. And you can use it for several times if use it properly.
  • ☘Utool Emergency Gear Family: Always Be Prepared, hope for the best and prepare for the worst. You never know what you might stumble into around the corner. Everyone in awe of the unknown should keep emergency supplies by their side, but we wish you all the best of luck during your journey.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Why everyone needs a bivvy sack This is a bivvy (bivouac) bag, a small sleeping sack, in a stuff sack for emergency or lightest weight camping. This is a very small, paperback book sized sack of a sort of light sleeping sack and it’s yellow.Some people like bright orange or yellow bivvy sacks for emergency (if you are lost, and warming up in a bivvy sack, you can be more easily found by searchers. Seriously, this is a consideration in emergency gear. Sometimes it’s good to be sticking out like a sore…

Anonymous says:

Emergency blanket good for a few uses I am an avid hiker/wilderness backpacker and also am one of those guys who has a bug-out bag packaged for emergencies. This bivvy is a GREAT, compact, light addition. It basically is a reflective emergency blanket put together as a sleeping bag. It, alone, won’t keep you warm in extreme temperatures, but used in conjunction with a sleeping bag, it will work better than without.Because this is an emergency blanket-like material, I do not see that this bag can be used more than a few…

Anonymous says:

Not really reusable This is just like the emergency blankets or the sheets you get at the end of a marathon to keep you warm except it’s shaped like a sleeping bag. It is compact and can be stored in a bag or backpack.You should always take something like this with you even if it’s just a simple day hike. Simple day hikes turn into tragedy more often then overnight trips because people don’t go prepared. It can get very cold at night but the weather can also turn on you really quick. And while we think…

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