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Blizzard Survival Sleeping Bag (Bivvy) - Tactical / Reversible


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  • Triple Cell Survival Sleeping Bag Has Best Insulating Dynamics of Any Survival Bag (Bivvy)
  • Tactical Olive Drab - Reversible to Silver for Emergency Signaling and High Visibility
  • Military & Civilian Applications: Used by Special Operations Forces Worldwide.
  • Warmth: 8 Togs - Equal to a Medium Weight Regular Sleeping Bag.
  • Compact & Lightweight: 8.5 in. X 4 in. X 1.75 in. /13.3 ounces.
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Product Description

The Blizzard Survival Bag is a Full-Sized Sleeping Bag (Bivvy) in a pack about the size of a video cassette, providing total warmth and shelter - anywhere, at any time. Made with Reflexcell, it is the new standard in thermal performance.

Reflexcell material blocks heat loss more effectively than any other emergency product. The bag is elasticized to hug the body to ensure positive warmth retention.

SPECIFICATIONS
Size (vacuum packed): 8.5 in. X 4 in. X 1.75 in.
Volume: 0.9 litres.
Weight: 13.3 ounces.
Size (unpacked): 2.1 meters
Color: Tactical Olive Drab - Reversible to Civilian Silver for High Visibility and Signaling.

FEATURES
Top may be closed to form hood.
Drawcord with spring toggle.
Fits fully clothed large adult.
Reusable.

PERFORMANCE
Warmth: 8 Togs - equal to a medium weight regular sleeping bag.
Weather protection: fully waterproof and windproof.
Storage: indefinite: not affected by temperature or moisture, either during storage or in use.
Re-usability: bags can be re-used many times without loss of performance.

APPLICATIONS
The chosen standard equipment by the military, emergency services, civil emergency planners, medical authorities and rescue teams.

Survival and Emergency Preparedness
The Blizzard Survival Bag is a revolution in thermal protection for any situation in which people need to be kept warm, or treated immediately for chilling and hypothermia. Applications include everything from military, medical, marine and mountain rescue, outdoor sports, and hunting, to civil evacuations and disasters.

Military
The standard issue to Special Operations military personnel worldwide.


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B006BBW15O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #79,182 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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In fact it is so good, that it is tempting to use this as a primary bag.
genspec
The downside is the size -- though it's still "small" compared to a sleeping bag, it's nothing like the space blankets that will fit in a pocket.
Metric
With a pair of light-weight (silk) long johns, wool socks, and a fleece liner to cover my core, I was relatively comfortable all night.
Local Folks

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

116 of 116 people found the following review helpful By genspec on March 26, 2012
Unlike the other reviewer I have actually used this system. It is not like other mylar bags in that it has air volume in the double walls once you fluff/stretch it, which endows it with substantially more insulation value than other regular mylar bags. These bags (actually ones made of the same material but with some modifications that allow easier access) are mostly made for and used by the military for keeping the wounded warm and treating shock. The manufacturer does make them in blaze orange and reflective silver also, but they are probably harder to find do to smaller production runs.
These bags work extremely well and if you are already dressed for cool weather (daytime in the low 50F) then this will keep you alive well below freezing. I tried it out wearing just long underwear with overnight temps around 34F and was adequately warm. The only things that keeps me from using this as my primary ultralight sleep system are that it is quite loud when you move around (crinkling mylar sound), and that once you open the package you can never quite get it back into its original volume. Vacuum packaged from the manufacture, it is slightly larger than a VHS cassette. The best I could repack it after it was opened was maybe twice that volume. It was quite sturdy, I slept on a prepared patch of ground (leaf matter cleaned of twigs and rocks) with no tears of holes overnight. I imagine it would survive just fine for multiple nights of use, although I tested it for only one night.
As a survival product this is five stars and highly recommended. No other material really performs the same as this product. In fact it is so good, that it is tempting to use this as a primary bag. If they could just fix the noise issue I would consider using this as my primary ultralight sleep system.
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54 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Local Folks on October 8, 2012
My wife and I are search and rescue ground pounders. We work in high, mountainous country, and have many winter missions. One of our fellow members, who is also an ultra-light back packer, suggested we acquire and test this product. I had occasion to use it last weekend on a training mission. We were at 7,000 feet in a forested area. The night time temps dropped into the low-to-mid 30's. With a pair of light-weight (silk) long johns, wool socks, and a fleece liner to cover my core, I was relatively comfortable all night. For winter use one would need to bulk up with heavier long johns, and probably a fleece top and bottom, but the product does work as advertised. One also needs to follow the protocol for moisture control and whatever extra insulation can be found between the ground and the body. I found my core temp loss did continue through the night, and I found myself rolling over frequently to minimize body contact with the ground, even though it was not raining or snowing. As space in a 24-hour survival pack is at a premium, the other reviewer of this product is correct. It is a one-time use piece of gear, simply because even with a lot of effort, the product will only re-pack down to about 50-60% its original VHS tape size (it would not even fold small enough to get into a one-gallon zip lock). Noise-wise, it was no worse than my peers survival and "space" blankets. If you wish to conserve space and weight in your travels, we highly recommend this product and the Esbitt stove/fuel package.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Grandao on May 25, 2012
Mostly I am writing this to offset the absolutely moronic "review" by "Sir Vivor". Excellent product, much tougher than regular space blankets, the air pockets add to the insulative qualities.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Desert Camper on February 8, 2013
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I got this as I've been trying to put together an ultralight system for winters here in the mojave desert. This thing is really worth it! Super light, water proof, VERY warm and is sized so you can get in with clothing and not feel you're in a burial shroud. I got the green so it blends with the terrain, but you can turn it inside out so the silver reflective side is showing if you need to try and attract attention. I also have the SOL Escape Bivy and feel this one is far superior. One note - it does not "breath" (no pass through of moisture) so be sure to NOT exhale into it when covered up or the condensation of your breath will dampen your clothes. Highly recommended.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Metric on February 15, 2014
Vastly more substantial than the single-layer mylar blankets and the SOL bivvies (I froze my butt off testing those). I did a simple test of this one in the back yard, sitting in a lawn chair at 40 degrees F, wearing shorts and a t-shirt for well over an hour -- I was never cold, and it felt similar to room temperature. The downside is the size -- though it's still "small" compared to a sleeping bag, it's nothing like the space blankets that will fit in a pocket. Realistically, it will have to be carried in a backpack, if you want to have it on your person.
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I think this product is so effective at providing insulation that every family member should have one in each family vehicle. It is packaged to last forever and is so small that you can find a place in your car or truck that you can put it and leave it permanently. You never know what clothing you may have when you get stranded but this bag stashed in the vehicle will always be there to keep you alive.
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