Titan Two-Sided Emergency Mylar Survival Blankets, 5-Pack
|Color||Olive-drab (52" X 82")|
|Item Weight||0.55 Pounds|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||5 x 4 x 2 inches|
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- ARMY GREEN - While the front side of these Survival Blankets use the same high-quality metallic layer found in hospital Mylar blankets, the back-side is coated with our unique Olive-Drab color. This basic military green is designed to help keep you hidden in naturally green environments.
- DESIGNED FOR NASA - Originally designed for space exploration, our durable advanced aluminized Mylar blankets are reusable, waterproof and windproof and can also be used for both ground cover, rescue or distress beacons, ponchos, tarps, and shade.
- EMERGENCY USE – Perfect for emergency situations where warmth or protection from inclement weather conditions is required. Helps prevent hypothermia and shock by retaining up to 90% of a user's body heat.
- COMPACT DESIGN - Each TITAN Survival Emergency Blanket is individually folded, wrapped, and sealed for easy storage and retrieval. These 52" x 82" blankets are perfect for Marathons, Backpacking, Emergency Kits, and Go-Bag or Bug-Out Bag gear.
- THE TITAN PROMISE - We're an American Veteran-Owned business, and all authentic TITAN products have a LIFETIME GUARANTEE. If you're unhappy with our products in any way, we will completely refund your purchase. No questions asked.
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I wish it was more stronger, or atleast mentioned in the description how weak is this material.
I just returned from the Stanley Basin in Idaho.
I tried the first blanket in a shaded area with normal hiking clothes, shorts, t-shirt and a fleece jacket in my day pack.
Temperatures were 34-39 degrees at night. I was a little chilled, but I was going unprepared, so it worked exactly as it should. I didn't expect the lodge at Sun Valley.
We have made this our must have in our BOB.
I also put two of these in my car for emergencies!