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MPI All Weather Emergency Survival Blanket

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Product Description

The All Weather Blanket from MPI Outdoors is a by-product of the original super-insulating materials that were developed by MPI for the NASA/Apollo Space missions. The All Weather Blanket reflects and retains up to 90% of radiated body heat to help provide warmth, comfort and protection. This blanket is perfect for all outdoor activities where exposure to the elements can be a concern. The blanket measures 5 feet x 7 feet and weighs only 12 ounces. Available color : Red, Blue , Dark Olive LightweightCompact Durable Flexible even in sub-freezing temperatures Waterproof Windproof Grommets in all corners Easy to clean-wipe off dirt Fade resistant colors Full edge binding Radar reflective material

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  • Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000CSJWWW
  • Item model number: MI18010000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,597 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

I keep one in my truck and two in separate "go bags" for myself and the better half.
Kevin Johnson
What's cool about it is that there is a hole on each corner of the blanket, so you can make a shelter with some paracord.
Altavista785
This blanket is much more durable than an emergency space blanket and will last for multiple uses.
Tradecraft

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

103 of 106 people found the following review helpful By solocanoe on November 29, 2009
I bought this off Cabelas site (for more $) so I may get another one here.
It has tons of positive reviews there....seems many RV-ers swear by this blanket to reflect summer heat off the roofs of their campers or the giant windows of the motor homes. The durability, the many positive reviews made me want to try it - figured if nothing else, I would use it as a car blanket, etc...

I have a "one bag" philosophy except for canoe trips where I absolutely know I won't have any portages. That being so, what I take has to do what I expect, hold up, and preferably be multi-use.

*I've used this on 8-9 trips so far. It's exceeded what I wanted it to do. I really wanted the green, but I got the red for my one piece of gear that could be a signal flag if needed. (Still not warmed up to something so bright in my camp!)
*I have used this for a pack wrap up under my hammock and rain fly every night out. It keeps everything dry for surprise rain storms, but also keeps a lot of creepy crawlies out of my stuff.
*Used it for a shelter half on a quick lunch stop to block the days strong wind and build a nice fire for coffee and lunch.
*The above use almost burned me out of my lean-to shelter with the fire-reflecting heat (it was summer)...so I remembered that and used it like that on purpose in a fall camp - temps in the 30's and 40's and I was TOASTY by the campfire.
*Used it for a rain tarp - quick and easy to set up with the grommets
*Used it to reflect my body heat at night in a winter camp just last weekend - my hammock has a bottom pocket to slide a theromrest or something in - my hammock is so comfy I don't need the padding, but in the winter this I found is perfect to stay warm. It was 23 degrees one night on my turkey day outing up in the BWCA.
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51 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Johnson on September 24, 2011
I've seen several good reviews and a rare bad review. Not sure what the exact problem was with the bad review. I keep one in my truck and two in separate "go bags" for myself and the better half. They are "survival blankets" not comforters. They are meant for emergencies not as snuggle blankets. They are water proof, and way tougher than the silver mylar sheets that shred with minimal use. I've used them as ground cloths to make roadside repairs under my vehicle, ground cloths for picnics, and a reflective tarp on summer hikes, and rain tarps during inclement weather. The hooded ones work in a pinch as emergency ponchos. During a winter camping trip the temperature dropped unexpectedly low. I sandwiched our sleeping bags by laying one out on the floor of our tent with the shiny side up and covered up with the other, shiny side down. We stayed toasty and comfortable all night. Keep the mylar ones in your first aid kits. However, for rugged outdoor activities, these can't be beat! I've even used them to lay over my windshield when we got heavy snow so I could just pull the snow cover off instead of waiting 30 minutes for the defroster to melt the snow. Keep more than one because they come in handy.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Tradecraft TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 6, 2012
The Space Brand All Weather Blanket by MPI Outdoors is a multifunctional item to have when camping, backpacking, or to store in your vehicle for emergencies. I purchased a red blanket which is very bright with excellent visibility. At 60" x 84" (5' x 7') it is not huge but can make a big difference depending on how you use it. This blanket is much more durable than an emergency space blanket and will last for multiple uses. It can rip if hit with a sharp object but a little duct tape will be an easy fix. The grommets tend to come loose over time. You can fold some duct tape over the grommets and then cut a hole through the tape where the grommet is located. This will provide a significant amount of extra strength especially if you use the blanket repeatedly. The blanket does not fold down as small as I would like it to but the duel use and functionality make it acceptable.

Following are some examples of how this blanket can be utilized:

+ As a reflective shield in a lean to shelter with the reflective side down. In twenty five degree temperature with a campfire I did notice the heat being reflected back on me which made a difference.

+ Blanket to wrap yourself in to warm up (would be nice if it was a little larger)

+ Cover to protect you from the rain

+ Emergency signaling device (depends on the color you get)

+ Ground cover to insulate you from the cold when using a tent or bivy

+ Small tarp to protect you from the sun by reflecting heat away from you

+ Utilize as a seat to protect you from the ground

The Space Brand All Weather Blanket by MPI Outdoors is a versatile, semi-durable, and highly visible item that provides multiple benefits.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By J. Slivinski on September 13, 2012
Get the notion of the flimsy Space Blanket out of your head, this can be a blanket, but how many blankets come with grommets at the corners? I carry a few space blankets in the car in case of emergency, but I have 10 of these in different bug-out bags including some in the first aid bag, and one bag intended for shelter. 3 blankets and some cordage equals a tent with a floor. Reflective sides facing in at night and out during the day. Folded in half and clamped at your feet and at your side, and it's a great sleeping bag. I also carry fleece blankets for lining, and always wind up opening the side so moisture can escape. These will do for short-term survival and help to insulate your car if you're stuck in the winter. They serve as a blanket, but in quantity can make a great shelter. Keep some para-chord and some canvas clamps with these and you are ready for emergency shelter. For emergency preparedness, or for partitioning off rooms in your house if the heat goes out, you can never be over-prepared, so I have a dozen ready to go at all times.
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