Emergency Blankets are an essential item for your outdoor first aid kit. They can be used to reduce heat losses in a person's body caused by thermal radiation, water evaporation and convection. They can also be used as a ground sheet, or to create an emergency shelter.
…meaning it won't shred like mylar blankets. Strong enough to haul firewood and big game, the blanket has metal grommets with reinforced edges that can be used to rig an emergency shelter in survival situations. Compact and waterproof, the All Season Blanket is an essential addition to your…
Some emergency shelters are just that - they are meant so that you can use them once or twice when needed and then never again. The Survive Outdoors Longer Sport Utility Blanket is a different type of shelter - one that you can use as an emergency blanket one day and then as a picnic blanket the…
The AMK Nano Heat Blanket is equipped with a weatherproof and spill-proof coating along with a metalized coating on the inside to keep you warm on your next adventure or travel.
…elements, stay warm, and signal rescuers so you're easy to find. The Scout has you covered on all fronts: a heat-reflective 2-person survival blanket provides warmth and shelter from wind, rain, and snow, while the one-hand operable Fire Lite striker and waterproof tinder produce multiple…
…professionals rely on, now sized for 2 people. The Survive Outdoors Longer 2-Person Emergency Bivvy is made from the same heat-reflective polyethylene as Adventure Medical Kit's world-famous emergency blankets (reflecting 90% of your body heat back to you), with the added benefit of being fully…
…Survival Reflect Blanket can be used for heat deflection, body heat insulation, and as a wind or rain barrier. This protective gear is ideal for wilderness survival and home emergency preparedness, the aluminized blanket can also be seen from a distance, making it a suitable emergency signaling…