Adventure Medical Kits SOL Heatsheets Emergency Bivvy


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Heat reflective bivi bag

This emergency survival bag packs tiny 65 x 75mm, is ultralight 108g, yet is remarkably warm as well as protective from the elements! The Heatsheets Emergency Bivvy is made from heat-reflective polyethylene which reflects 90% of your body heat back to you. The bag is fully sealed so that rain and wind cannot get inside.

Whenever you head into the outdoors take this along as you won't even notice it in your pack, but if it all goes pear shaped and you have to spend a few hours stationary or maybe spend the night out then you will be seriously glad that you did.

Bound to be a favourite with Mountain Marathon and eventists where every gram matters.

Use the SOL Heatsheets Emergency Bivvy and seriously increase the odds in your favour.


  • 65 x 75mm packed
  • 213 x 91cm in use


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