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Emergency Zone Multilayer Reflective Sleeping Bag/Bivy Sack with HeatStore
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- Aluminumized PVC on the inside bonded to nonwoven nylon fibers on the outside create a strong, tear resistant, yet thin and lightweight survival sleeping bag / bivy sack
- 84-Inch x 36-Inch with reinforced seams-not tape like other emergency sleeping bags
- Orange outer color offers good contrast from surroundings to be seen from long distances
- Reflects and retains body heat without reflecting away heat from the environment as a standard reflective sleeping bags do
- Emergency Zone Brand
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Just placed an order for 4 more for the guys that I hunt with for Christmas.................Felt sorry for them................................................
If you buy this and throw it in a bug out bag without trying it you could get yourself killed! If you cut a hole in the top of a large garbage bag and wear it for an hour youll see just how much sweat youll generate, thats what it is like inside this bivy.
Now where I am using it is I like to Hammock camp, even in the winter. I open this up, and place it on the bottom of my hammock and place my sleeping bag on top of it. It stops the cold air from coming through the bottom of the hammock, and it is alot lighter than carrying a matress in a backpack. If I needed a signaling device the orange color is great, or you can turn the aluminum side out and reflect the sun with it. If you were sleeping on the ground and it snowed I guess you could put your sleeping bag (or backpack) inside of this and the bag would be dry. It might make a great tarp if you cut one side of it and made it flat! Or even a picnic blanket, but DONT bet your life on this thing or you might loose!
I originally tried this bag out in my back yard in my hammock. It was in the mid 40 degree range. I used this bivy and only my fleece bag. I found I was too warm. No condensation issues at all. The bag is not easy to get into, is noisy and has no way to close the top but I new all that going in. The price and weight can;t be beat.
On the mountain things were very different. The issue is the bag does not breath at all. Due to temperature differences and moisture from your respiration and body I woke up freezing cold, the outside of my sleeping bag was soaking wet. The inside of my bag and fleece liner was dry. All the moisture was between the bag and the bivy. I ended up putting on every piece of clothing I had in my pack and managed to make it through the night. The following night I used the bivy as a layer between me and the bottom of my hammock. With a dry sleeping bag I was cozy warm all night.
This is not a bivy in the general sense. It is as the name states an emergency bivy. Its fine for short term situations. Anything longer than a few hours and you will have problems. I recommend you spend more and deal with more weight and get a real gortex type bivy. It will be heavier, more durable and much much warmer. Overall I am dissatisfied with this product. I give it two stars instead of one because the description does not imply it's a breathable bag.
I expect to be able to use this many, many times.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I didn't die of hypothermia but it was only 40 degrees. And I had a regular sleeping bag in the bivvy sack with me, and I was flipping COLD.Published 1 month ago by Rose Newell Broyles
Got this for my B.O.B. that I keep in my car. This appears to be a good quality emergency warmth sourest that will come in handy if I'm stranded on the side of the road or I can... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Miss E
Haven't used it yet, but we plan on it being just what we need when an emergency occurs.Published 12 months ago by Donald W Smith
This is good for emergency while in the field or on the road.Published 13 months ago by Fred L Hart
this sleeping bag was initially purchased as a survival bag / bugout bag item but quickly became an EDC car emergency bag instead. Read morePublished 15 months ago by C.L.H.
The thing certainly does keep you warm, but at the same time the inner metallic lining doesn't prevent moisture escape. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Shawn G. Welch
If you don't know what a "go bag" is, look it up and start it with this item.
I have tried it out and I am confident it will keep me safe in any weather. Read more