Emergency Survival Mylar Thermal Reflective Cold Weather Shelter Tube Tent - XL SIZE Fits 2 Adults - 8' X 3'
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- Provides compact emergency protection in all weather conditions.
- Made of durable insulating mylar material designed by NASA for space exploration
- Retains/reflects back 90% of body heat. - Reusable, waterproof and windproof.
- Perfect for camping trips and sporting events
- Accommodates 2 Adults - 8' x 3'
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|Item Dimensions||1.5 x 7.5 x 9 inches|
|Item Weight||0.35 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.35 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
Second, it is light and compact for easy storage and transport. I keep it in my bug out bag and it is perfect for it. The anchor cord is included so I do not have to waste my packaged cordage.
So why 4/5 stars? I would have preferred a little thicker mylar for the base of the tent for better ground protection against poke through by sticks etc. Having said that I intend to use it, in cold weather, in conjunction with the Grizzly Gear 2 person mylar emergency blanket so that should afford the protection I want.
I hope that helps with the camo/no camo confusion.
That all being said, this is a great emergency tent. It is lightweight so it is adds nothing to the weight of your pack (or bugout bag.) It is reflective (mylar) so it not only will reflect your own heat back to you but should be easy to find if rescuers are looking for you.
But, it is not really a "tent" in the modern sense. This is just a tube of mylar. Sleep on it to stay off the wet ground or sleep in to get out of the rain but be warned that there won't be a lot of room to move around and unless you run the line through it and tie it to a tree you may end up with a condensation problem. What I do is point the foot end towards the wind/weather, then pile up some rocks on it so it is closed off. Then I put my pack in the opening of the downwind side so it is open a little bit and sleep with my head at that end. Yes, there will be condensation at the foot of it by morning but if you set it up right it won't get you or your bag wet. Personally, I'd suggest trying it out during nice weather so you can see how to make it work best for if you are ever caught in bad weather.