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Emergency Zone Multilayer Reflective Sleeping Bag/Bivy Sack with HeatStore

3.9 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews

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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
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Product Description

Why purchase a HeatStore sleeping bag over a standard reflective sleeping bag? Here are three big reasons. (1) Durability. If even a small tear occurred with a standard reflective material, there is little resistance to the propagation of the tear across the entire length of the sleeping bag. A sleeping bag with a big tear does not do much to retain heat. Our NEW sleeping bag uses a layer of aluminumized PVC bonded to a layer of thin non woven nylon fibers. The sleeping bag remains very thin and lightweight, but more resistant to punctures and more importantly, the propagation of tears. The seams are reinforced with the same multilayer material for added strength. Standard reflective sleeping bags use only tape on the seams. (2) Heat Absorption. Standard reflective sleeping bags are reflective on both sides. While the standard reflective bag reflects heat from the body back towards the body, the outside is also reflective and reflects heat from the sun away from the body too. Our multilayer sleeping bag will absorb more heat from the environment rather than reflecting it away. (3) Visibility. The orange outer layer is visible from long distances and contracts with snow and trees.

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  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B005Y2539C
  • Item model number: 116
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #249,273 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Wanna stay warm? Get one of these bags! Used mine during a hunting trip when the weather changed drastic, and extreme. My normal bag that I carried with me just wasn't working, the temp went down to 21 degrees. I got this out of my pack, slipped it inside my normal bag. Felt toasty and warm all night. At morning first light, the temp was 12, and windy, it felt like I had been in the best down filled bag. The other guys with me were miserable, and had been up most the night. This thing didn't rip and was very quiet..............................................

Just placed an order for 4 more for the guys that I hunt with for Christmas.................Felt sorry for them................................................

SUPER PRODUCT!
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I feel these are an essential piece of survival gear for the weight and application. The price was also unbeatable, I put survival kits together for my friends and family this Christmas, and this item was a big hit.
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I have a shed in my back yard it was 40f inside and there was carpet over plywood. I placed the bivy on the floor and the first problem is that its a square sack with no way to gather it around your head except to bunch it up as best you can (ANY space left open lets cold air in). I had on a pair of sweat pants, socks and a T-Shirt and a fleece cap. The good news is that the bag is wide and long so its not like beeing in a mummy bag at all. I did get comfortable and fell asleep for about 2 hours. When I woke up I moved around and immediately noticed how wet my socks were. I moved around a little more and noticed my sweat pants were pretty damp as well. When I got out of the bivy I got COLD fast! If I was on cold ground, if the wind was blowing and if I had spent six hours in this instead of two, I would have been really cold! (its not like an electric blanket you know) I would have been completely soaked when I woke up, and then you are MORE likely to freeze to death!

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!
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I haven't gotten to take it out for a spin yet but it's tougher than I thought it would be.... I am happy about the size, plenty of room for me because I hate being pinned in which is something that I was worried about.... anyways I plan on buying another one so that should say it all.
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These make a compact emergency sleeping bag for SHTF if needed. Got them in 3 "get back home" bags...just in case...
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I was looking for an ultra-lite bivy for a recent trip into the mountains. I bought this bivy to use with my 20 degree rated bag and fleece bag liner and hammock. Temps would be as low as 30 or maybe lower. I figured I was all set. I was wrong.

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.
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One of the worst mistakes I made was to climb inside this and hope to stay warm during a rainy night near Mt. Belvidere in northern Vermont. The condensation was just out-of-control. I didn't use it that way again. I put it over my sleeping bag, used it as a blanket, and as ground insulation. Before using it as a stand-alone bivy, I'd consider cutting it open and wrapping up in it like a blanket. A bit loud and crinkly-- no big deal unless you're sharing shelters with sleepy strangers.

I expect to be able to use this many, many times.
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