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Emergency MYLAR Sleeping Bag.

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Specifications

Material: mylar

Color: Orange, Camouflage, Green

Size:

Orange:Opened up dimensions are 210cm x 90cm( 82 x 36in )

Camouflage:Opened up dimensions are 200cm x 120cm( 79 x 47in )

green:Opened up dimensions are 200cm x 120cm( 79 x 47in )



Feature

1.Ease of use

Easier than an emergency space blanket, Just pull out of the stuff sack, unroll and climb inside. the emergency sleeping bag can be used

as a sleeping bag liner to keep your body temperature. This bivy bag is small and lightweight, easy to carry, and store.



2.Durability

Emergency bivvy survival sleeping bag kit is constructed of 26um extra-thick mylar material, waterproof and reusable. It can be folded up

and placed back inside the waterproof Nylon stuff sack for your next adventure. A must-have tent camping gear when Camping, Hiking, and Outdoor.



3. Keep Body Temperature

TWFRIC emergency bags are made from durable reflective polyester film that can increase your body temperature to 20 degrees

in cold and harsh weather conditions. It is a must for bad weather and outdoor adventures such as wind, heavy rain and heavy snow.



4.Made for Emergencies

Multipurpose used as a survival emergency blanket, poncho, emergency shelter and more, Suitable for your bug out

bag. The bright orange color of the outer shell of this sleeping bag is essential to help rescuers find you.



Packaging content

1×Survival sleeping bag

1×Whistle

1×Carabiner




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