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Adventure Medical Survive Outdoors Longer Emergency Blanket

Adventure Medical Survive Outdoors Longer Emergency Blanket
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Survive Outdoors Longer® Emergency Blanket

The most advanced emergency blanket on the market - meticulously designed to never fail when you're counting on it with your life. It all starts with the material, vacuum-metalized polyethylene, that reflects 90% of your body heat while also offering a number of other important features that set it apart from traditional mylar blankets; it opens easily and will not shred if nicked or punctured, rips and tears can be repaired, it is quiet and won't crinkle in high winds, and its high-visibility orange exterior makes it easy for rescuers to find you. Sized to fit one person.

Features:

Legendary Durability: Resists tearing and will not shred like Mylar blankets
Shelter from the Elements: Heatsheets® material is waterproof and windproof
Stay Warm: Reflects 90% of radiated body heat
More than Just a blanket: A true ultra-light multifunction backcountry tool that can also be used as a ground cloth, gear cover, first aid blanket, and more

Specifications:

  • Size: 56" x 84"
  • Weight: 2.9 oz.
  • Group Size: 1 Person
  • Trip Duration: Multiple Days
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