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      Space All-Weather Blanket

      This super-lightweight sheet radiates 80% of your body heat back to you.
      • $16.95

      Item # 407106

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      • Ideal for tent and bivy sack use or for emergencies
      • Reinforced fabric stands up to wear

      This reinforced fabric blanket reflects 80% of radiated body heat back to you. Use for warmth under a tent, bivy sack or for emergencies. Compact size makes it ideal in a day pack for emergencies, or as part of an emergency kit in your car or home. Made of layered polyethylene film, aluminum and Astrolar reinforcing fabric.

      Made in USA.

      Space All-Weather Blanket

      Specification Description
      Best use Backpacking
      Material(s) Astrolar
      Dimensions 7 x 5 feet
      Weight 12 ounces

      Space All-Weather Blanket

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      Rated 4out of5
      by fromAnother use... Aside from all the other uses described, I have used this as a heat shield from hot desert sunlight. Two are required for full coverage of a typical 2-person tent, plus some No. 1 spring clamps(maybe 10 or 12) or other fastener. Ever feel like taking a nap, in your tent, in the middle of a long hot day ?
      Date published: 2011-05-18
      Rated 5out of5
      by fromA lifesaver I've handled hypothermia incidents with both this and space blankets. The space blankets tore and were useless. These are strong, effective, and not much harder to pack than space blankets. Don't leave home without one.
      Date published: 2007-12-03
      Rated 5out of5
      by fromBeen using them for years I got my first one from my father maybe 45 years ago. I keep three in the trunk of my car and I always carry one on an outing where shelter and/or cold would be an issue. We have used them for shelters, but mostly I use one to insulate between my Big Agnes air mattress and my sleeping bag, as this way I don't have to carry closed cell material which lessens the bulk. They are essential in cold weather in case of hypothermia. Lots and lots of uses! An essential part of my gear always!!
      Date published: 2008-03-11
      Rated 5out of5
      by fromI have one that is over 30 years old I have one of these that I purchased around 1972! Only recently have holes developed, causing me to get a new one...but the old one still gets used. For myself, this item has been my constant ground cover, placed under the tent while camping, or as a ground cloth while picnicking. It has absorbed the abuse that the unprotected tent floor would have received while camping. The weight is less, vastly less, than a "footprint". I can only praise this item, it has obvious other uses that make it better than a "space blanket".
      Date published: 2008-07-11
      Rated 5out of5
      by from40 years! This product is so versatile it is hard to know where to begin. After 40 years of living in the trunk of my car and regular use in most imaginable situations, it is polka-dotted with little tears (well mended with gaffer's tape) and has reached the point where it is slightly embarrassing to use in the presence of others. A necessity. Time to replace.
      Date published: 2008-08-26
      Rated 5out of5
      by fromVersatile Tarp I've had this for a couple years, and have yet to use it as an emergency blanket. But... have used hung it like tarp, and laid it under sleeping bag when winter camping. Instead of bringing an xtra tarp, I'm going to get another one of these... then I have space blankets in case of emergency. :)
      Date published: 2008-12-27
      Rated 5out of5
      by fromA Got To Have Item I wont go camping with out it. It has many many uses from something you keep in the trunk of your car to a drop cloth for your tent or a rain tarp for camping. I have used one of these since the mid 80's. They are relatively cheap and very versatile I have used mine for many of things from tarping of a load in my pickup truck to using it as a rain Canopy during a rainy backpacking trip. I always have one laying around.
      Date published: 2009-01-13
      Rated 5out of5
      by fromDon't pack without it I never leave on a trip without it. I have used as a roof over bivsack, melted snow with it, used as ground/snow cave cloth. I just wish you could still find it in green because it melts snow better. One of us carried red for signaling and I carried a green one for snow melting.
      Date published: 2009-02-07

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