STAY WARM AND ALIVE IN EXTREME CONDITIONS: The Life Bivy serves as your emergency blanket, survival shelter, and survival sleeping bag all-in-one. Engineered for emergencies and survival, you have the ability to call for help using the 120-decibel survival whistle and the bright orange color alerts rescuers. Perfect for your bug out bag, survival gear, camping gear, or car survival kit, the Life Bivy is an essential tool to ensure you stay alive in an emergency.
PATENT PENDING PARA-SYNCHTM TECHNOLOGY PARACORD DRAWSTRING & SURVIVAL WHISTLE: The 120-decibel emergency whistle cuts through wind and trees alerting rescuers up to 1-mile away. The 550lb nylon core patent pending Para-SynchTM Technology drawstring can be used to secure or repair gear, build a shelter, or start a fire. In a survival situation, your tools and skills are the difference between life and death. The Life Bivy's multi-functional stuff sack stacks the deck in your favor
EXTRA-THICK TEAR AND PUNCTURE RESISTANT MATERIAL: Your ultra-lightweight emergency bivy sleeping bag is constructed of 26um extra-thick mylar material with a tear and puncture resistant coating so it stands up to extreme conditions. The Life Bivy is durable enough for repeated uses so it can be folded up and placed back inside the waterproof Nylon stuff sack for your next adventure.
PROTECTION AGAINST RAIN, WIND, & SNOW: Your waterproof and windproof survival bivvy bag is made of extra-thick tear & puncture resistant polyethylene material with sealed seams locking out harsh weather and protecting you in the worst conditions. The reflective interior protects you from hypothermia and keeps you warm by reflecting 90% of your body heat back to you.
ULTRA LIGHTWEIGHT & COMPACT: Small enough to fit in the palm of your hand and weighing just 4.1 ounces, the Life Bivy survival sleeping bag comes rolled up inside a durable waterproof stuff sack so you can store it nearly anywhere. Toss Life Bivvies in your hiking pack, go bag, survival gear and glove box so whether you're trapped in your car during a winter storm or forced to spend an unplanned night outside, you're ready for the harshest conditions Mother Nature throws at you.