Ideal for those occasions when unforeseen events force you to spend an unplanned night out in the elements, the Adventure Medical Kits SOL Emergency Bivvy employs a metalized polyethylene material that reflects back up to 90% of your radiated body heat.
The lightweight, quiet Heatsheets material used on the Emergency Bivvy is tear resistant and repairable. Seam-taped, the bivvy is windproof and waterproof.
Each Adventure Medical Kits SOL Emergency Bivy includes an ultra-lightweight stuff sack. The bivvy weighs 3.8 ounces and has usable dimensions of 84" x 36".
- Reflects back 90% of your body's radiated heat
- Includes an ultralight stuff sack
- Weighs just 3.5 oz.
- Measures 36 x 84"
Real Customer Reviews
- Good to have
Likes: Takes up little space in my day pack, will keep me alive for a night if I get lost
Likes: Small insurance package that takes up very little space in the backpack.
Dislikes: No negatives.
Likes: It comes in a very small package...about the size of a tennis ball. I am putting it in my first aid/repair kit which lives in a small dry bag that I keep either in my bike panniers when I am riding to and from work, or in my day pack when I am in the mountains. Seems like a great thing to have in the event of being a first responder or if I get caught out when I am on solo day trips.
Dislikes: No dislikes at this time. I hope I never need to use it.
Likes: Very roomy, ultra lightweight, and takes up almost no space in my backpack
Dislikes: Does collect some condensation but is easily dried
Likes: It so light I don't notice it and that's good since I hope I never need it.
Dislikes: It's a little bulkier than I thought it might be, not bad though.
Likes: Very small and lightweight, tougher than standard "space blankets" . Great back up for emergencies.
Likes: Small, lightweight, a must have for every backpacking first aid kit!
Likes: Small, ligthweight, easy to stash as an extra in a daypack- just in case.
Dislikes: I was hoping it woudl be a little thicker to last more than one use. Not sure if it will hold up to being reused.
Likes: These things work. They reflect your heat and are indispensable in situations where you may need to avoid hypothermia such as getting wet in late fall paddle sports or getting caught hiking with just a jacket, etc. It is so small and light it does not make sense not to have one with your first aid kit. It also has a good stuff sack.
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