Adventure Medical SOL Thermal Bivvy

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Adventure Medical SOL Thermal Bivvy
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Adventure Medical SOL Thermal Bivvy - Adventure Medical Kits SOL Thermal Bivvy Sack - The SOL Thermal Bivvy from Adventure Medical Kits reflects up to 80% of radiated body heat to help keep you warm and dry in emergency survival situations. Whether the power goes out in your home in cold weather, your car is stranded in a snowstorm, or your day hike has turned into an overnight survival situation, the SOL Thermal Bivvy will help keep you warm and protected from the elements. The durable 2 ply non woven fabric is both wind and water proof. The thermo-regulated design enables you to close the bivvy to keep heat in or to open up the side and top to let heat and moisture escape. This year round bivvy is also ideal as a light weight replacement for your sleeping bag when temperatures are above 50F/9C by easily serving as an ultralight warm-weather sleep system. An included ultralight stuff sack allows you to store the bivvy

Fit:

  • Fits 1 person

Lining and Layers:

  • Soft touch inner lining

Fabric:

  • Hard-wearing SOL thermal fabric resists punctures and tears through heavy use
  • Windproof/waterproof 2-ply Thermo-Lite fabric
  • Nylon stuff sack included
  • Thermo-Lite metalized non-woven fabric is waterproof and windproof

Ventilation:

  • Adjustable side venting enables you to let air in to cut condensation

Insulation:

  • Roll-Down Closure Dry Bag

Weather and Wind:

  • Waterproof Matches
  • Tinder-Quik Waterproof Tinder

Features:

  • Easy side entry
  • 84"L X 36"W w/ tapered design
  • 8.9 oz.
  • Mini-Rescue Flash Mirror
  • Ultralight stuff sack allows you to store the bivy before or after use
  • Rated to 50 degrees Fahrenheit as an ultralight warm-weather sleep system
  • Reflects 80% of radiated body heat
  • Mini Rescue Howler Whistle
  • Ideal for outdoor users looking for an emergency shelter that can become a regular part of their gear arsenal
  • Hand washable
  • Heatsheets Survival Blanket
USOutdoor.com
The Adventure Medical Kits SOL Thermal Bivvy is 30 percent stronger than original thermo lite material is reusable and weighs in at only 6.5 ounces. The SOL Thermal Bivvy by Adventure Medical Kits is very versatile more so than regular emergency sleeping bags. The fabric is durable and resists tearing and ripping. This bag is absolutely perfect for users looking for an emergency bag that can double as a regular part of their gear. Do not get stranded without shelter.

Backcountry Edge

Ready for use in every season and all types of weather, the Adventure Medical Kits SOL Thermal Bivvy is one of the most versatile and durable emergency bivvy sacks available. Light and packable, the SOL Thermal Bivvy is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts who are looking for an emergency shelter that can become a regular part of their everyday gear.


Oregon Mountain Community
The Adventure Medical Kits SOL Thermal Bivvy is a versatile emergency shelter. The Thermal Bivvy's extremely durable fabric resists rips and tears. This durability makes the SOL Thermal Bivvy a sought-after sleeping bag replacement come summer when the temperature is above 50° F/9° C.

Paragon Sports

Warmth and durability for any season! The SOL Thermal bivvy's metalized non-woven fabric provides waterproof protection from the elements while reflecting 80% of your body's heat back to you. The SOL Thermal bivvy offers more versatility than traditional emergency sleeping bags - the extremely durable fabric resists rips and tears, and thanks to its soft face and aggressive side-venting, it can be pushed into duty as a stand-alone sleep system in warmer weather. Ideal for outdoor users looking for an emergency shelter that can become a regular part of their gear arsenal.


Campsaver.com

The Adventure Medical SOL Thermo-Lite Bivy is your go to gear for emergency situations. The Thermo-Lite is a bivvy sack that is ideal as a light weight replacement for your sleeping bag when temperatures are above 50F/9C and an excellent emergency survival shelter for winter time activities. Waterproof and windproof protection.


Mountain Gear
Retain heat and stay warm with the SOL Thermal Bivvy from Adventure Medical Kits.

Backcountry.com (Fall 2014)
The lightweight Adventure Medical Thermal Bivvy reflects 80% of your body heat right back at you, so you can stay warm whether you're backpacking in summer weather or 'enjoying' an unexpected night or two in the woods. The non-woven material is stronger and more durable than typical Mylar survival blankets, so you can use it more than once.

Al's Sports
The SOL Thermal Bivvy is the most durable, comfortable heat-reflective emergency shelter available. Reflects 80% of body heat for warmth in any season.
Campmor
An ideal survival bag for day-hikes, summit attempts, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, kayaking and more. Made from a tough, four ply, waterproof, windproof fabric (Thermo-Lite) which will hold up to abuse while providing a soft feel and moisture wicking capabilities. Foot vent and large adjustable opening prevents occupant from getting overly hot or clammy. Reusable. Packaged in lightweight nylon carrying sack. Weight: 8.8 oz. Size: 36 in. x 84 in. Stuff Size: 3.75 in x 6 in.
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Area:36" x 84"
Dimensions:3.75" x 6" x 1"
Lightweight:8.9 oz
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Size:36 x 84 in
Upc, Ean, Isbn:707708212239
Weight:6.5 oz / 184 g
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Adventure Medical SOL Thermal Bivvy Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Light wt alternative to extra blanket,

Carried in my car & BOB for the past year. Used it camping overnight last weekend, initially to give dogs more warmth. By morming, dogs & I were sharing coverage. It increased the comfort level in my 30F bag, and kept the bag on top of Thermarest WARM when I had to duck out of tent for potty trips. Folded up easily in the am & back in stuff sack.

I like the thickness, and durability of the product and will be ordering the Heatsheet, because it will give more coverage than the Bivy, which only unzips partway. It is bulkier to pack than the cheap Mylar sheets, but performance of the material makes it worth it. Day/nite difference from this product to Mylar.
2New Hips at Campmor on 09/09/2013

For Emergencies and Otherwise

Great item. it replaced my bag liner. I throw it in my pack for emergencies, but I use it as a layer between my bag and mat and it really seems to make a difference. Stuffs easily back in the sack and ready to go. On warm days, I can crawl right inside and forget my down bag all together. The venting at the feet and velcro halfway down one side allows enough breathability so I don't clam up. It's even great in the morning to just wrap around your shoulders or sit on to keep out some of the cold. Well worth the ~6oz. I don't go on any backpacking trips without it.
Jay at Campmor on 11/11/2010

Compact and Functional

This Bivy is handy to have along when you just might get stuck out over night(think Mt. Whitney east face rte). Light and compact. I unrolled it and got inside. 6' tall and I was able to cover up. Pair this with a simple debris shelter and you will be set for the night. Beware of condensation. Only drawback I see is that it is Made in China. China is the world's leading producer of junk. But I guess it's hard to screw up two panels stitched together, we'll see.
WHITESPIDER at Campmor on 10/10/2012

Good but fragile

This is a great back-up for day hikes and fringe season camping. It will add 10-15 deg to any sleeping bag. It can be used by itself but it is a bit fragile. The seems are coming apart on mine but I have used it at least 30 nights camping, many of those in a hammock. It doesn't get as "clammy" as the mylar space blanket. Would be a great addition to a Bug Out Bag or your car safety bag in the northern areas.
Highpockets at Campmor on 09/09/2010

Great for Ultralight Bike Touring

I'm using mine as an insulator in my Hennessy Hammock tent and as an alternative to a summer sleeping bag. I've also used it as a bivy. This thing really reflects heat back to the body, packs down small and is fairly durable. Good buy.
The Velo Hobo at Campmor on 09/09/2012

Indid it is great for a warm weather sleeping bag. I use it all summer long and in the coldest winter climbing in side my winter sleeping bag

Guy Geva at Backcountry.com on 11/07/2011

I hope I never have to use it.

looks to be a good product the inside is fairly soft and it is multiple layers, again i hope i never have to use it.
Birdman at Campmor on 06/06/2011

well engineered well constructed

back up for winter hammock camping. My only issue is regarding repacking...not so easy...but a small price to pay to have this emergency protection
varga49 at Campmor on 12/12/2012

Great for Motorcycle touring

Carry all I need in my saddle bags, takes very little space & is light weight. Girlfriend has more room for "necessities"
Moses at Campmor on 11/11/2010

A Must!

When fast-packing, the bivy adds a security against the heavy weather of sudden storms.
Mountain Man Gillette at Campmor on 10/10/2011

Neutral Reviews:

not used it yet

I've not had occasion to use it yet , it's part of my 'go-bag' gear. I've taken it out and looked at it , but I haven't un-rolled it , mainly because I'd never get it rolled back-up and re-packed, but it seems like a good product.
HB at Campmor on 04/04/2013