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Use this Leather Blanket Carrier to make transporting blankets and sleeping bags much easier. The blankets fit in the adjustable straps, and the carry handle on top makes for convenient transportation.
If you're forced to spend an unexpected night outdoors, on the side of the road, or in your home without heat, count on the Survive Outdoors Longer® Emergency Bivvy to keep you warm and dry. Made from tear-resistant, aluminum-coated polyethylene, this bivvy reflects 90% of your body heat back to you, providing life-saving warmth, and is sealed to protect you from wind, rain, and snow. Ultralight and compact, the Emergency Bivvy is a small yet potentially life-saving addition to your survival gear, car, home, bike bag, hiking pack, and camping gear. When turned inside out, the bivvy bag doubles as an emergency blanket, so you can wrap yourself in its heat reflective warmth while setting up camp, watching soccer games, or enjoying the stars. With this bivvy, you’ll have peace of mind knowing you’re prepared with the personal emergency shelter that has saved lives in the harshest outdoor conditions.
2 Ponchos snap together to make a tent!
One size fits most
An absolutely beautiful reproduction of the U.S. Army medical wool blanket. They measure a very nice 86” x 62”. They weigh in at 4.85 lbs and are 80% wool. Extremely soft to the touch, they are yet another fantastic item from our Classic Wool line of blankets. Wool blankets are great for use in your car, recreational vehicle, camper, for hiking, going on picnics, camping, and function perfectly as trusted throw blankets providing insulation in the wet and cold.
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