SOL Survival Blanket

photo: SOL Survival Blanket emergency shelter

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Adventure Medical Kits introduces its S.O.L. (Survive Outdoors Longer) product line, tools that will help you survive the unexpected while traveling in the backcountry. Each comes in a lightweight, compact size that youll barely notice in your backpack that is until you need it to get you out of a bind. It is 20% larger than the typical survival blanket, so theres plenty of room for two. The lightweight, Heatsheets material is 30% stronger than traditional mylar for long-lasting use in the field. Reflects up to 90% of your radiated body heat for efficient warming. First-aid instructions are printed directly on the blanket. Bright orange stripe is easy to spot for rescue. Tear-resistant. Imported. Dimensions: 96L x 60W. Weight: 2.88 oz. Cancer and Reproductive Harm- www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. Type: Emergency Blankets.

- Cabela's

The most advanced emergency blanket on the market - meticulously designed never to 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. Plus, survival tips and techniques are printed directly on the blanket so you have them when you need them. Sized to fit two people.

- Summit Hut

Don't get left out in the cold. The SOL survival blanket reflects up to 90% of your body's heat back to you and is sized to shelter 1 - 2 adults.

- REI

The lightweight Heatsheets Two-Person Survival Blanket from Adventure Medical reflects 90% of your body heat back to you and your hiking partner in the event of an emergency. The easy-to-see bright orange fabric is tear-resistant and has basic survival and first-aid instructions printed onto it.

- Backcountry.com

Specs

Price MSRP: $6.50
Current Retail: $4.99-$7.00
Historic Range: $3.99-$13.99

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