Emergency Tube Tent – Keep in the car as an emergency foil blanket
Originally designed for heat retention during NASA space exploration, our proprietary aluminized Polyolefin tube tents are thicker, safer, softer, and quieter than the competition. They do not out-gas, and can also be used for ground cover, rescue or distress beacons, ponchos, tarps, and impromptu shade.
The Stitch & Simon Life Tent is a waterproof and windproof 2-person tube tent constructed from extra-thick tear & puncture resistant polyethylene material that locks out rain, wind, and snow. Engineered to be your layer of protection against harsh weather, the interior reflects up to 90% of your body heat keeping your warm, dry, and protected from the elements
EXTRA-THICK & WARM
Our Mylar tube tents are 41% thicker than the leading competitor, helping to keep you warmer in emergency situations where protection from inclement weather conditions is required. Each tube tent is designed to help prevent hypothermia and shock by retaining up to 90% of your body heat.
Designed to comfortably fit a single adult, each tube tent is tear-resistant, reusable, and can be rolled. These sleeping bags are perfect for Backpacking, Emergency Kits, and Bug-Out Bags and can also be used as a bivy sack cover for your regular sleeping bag.
Product Type: Emergency Tube Tent
Material: a Proprietary, Non-Toxic, Polyolefin Film
Multiple Uses For Survival
20 Uses For Emergency Blanket
- Ground Tarp. Lay the blanket out as a tent footprint or picnic blanket for protection from the ground.
- Boost Fire Heat. Create a reflective barrier for your fire to keep your campsite extra cozy. Use the blanket to make a wall on the opposite side of the fire from where you’re sleeping. Make sure the shiny silver side is positioned to reflect the heat from the fire back towards you, and remember not to put the blanket too close (it will melt).
- Trail Markers. Cut the blanket into strips and tie to tree branches to mark your path.
- Emergency Tent. Designed as a two-person emergency tent, use the rope supplied to turn into a shelter to keep you warm
- Rain Poncho. Cut a head hole into your Emergency Blanket, apply a little duct tape, and you’ve got heat-reflective poncho ready to go.
- Signaling. Use the silver reflective side of the material to reflect sunlight to get rescuers’ attention.
- First Aid. The possibilities here are endless – improvise an arm sling, pad a C-splint, treat shock, and more
- Fishing Bait. Cut into small, shiny strips, the Emergency Blanket becomes a lure to help attract fish for emergency food
- High Visibility Safety Orange. During hunting season, on a motorway or a dark mountain being visible is key. Drape the Emergency Blanket around your person for a bright orange
- Warming Socks. Cut the blanket down into 2 smaller squares and wrap around your feet. You can secure in place with duct tape for added stability.
- Make waterproof protection for anything – the Emergency Blanket material is 100% waterproof, so just wrap it around whatever needs protection and seal off with waterproof tape.
- Rain Fly. Once water gets inside your tent, there’s no turning back. The Emergency Blanket can double as an ultralight or backup rain fly to keep your sleeping zone dry.
- Sun Shield. Trying to stay cool and not get roasted on a hot day? Simply turn the Emergency Blanket so the orange side faces you and the silver reflective side acts as a shield, turning all those sun rays away from you.
- Boot protection. Cut the Emergency Blanket into 2 rectangles, wrap around the top of your boots, and secure with duct tape for waterproof shoe gaiters.
- Storage Bag. Layout the blanket, place what you need to carry in the center, grab the four corners, and head on your way with a knapsack that will be sure to stand out.
- Improvise rope by cutting the Emergency Blanket into long, thin strips and braiding them together for extra strength. You can then use to tie your knapsack closed!
- Pet Blanket. Don’t let Pongo freeze his paws off. The Emergency Blanket doesn’t just keep you warm – it can help keep your pet warm if the outdoors gets a little too chilly for him.
- Windshield Cover. The weather-predicting snow? Lay the Emergency Blanket over your car windshield to make the post-storm clean up that much easier.
- Improvised Flotation Device. This one will take some careful taping. Essentially, you’re making a balloon out of the Emergency Blanket and waterproof tape. The trick is to make sure you’ve made it airtight – make sure you have a lot of tape!
- Water Collector. If you’re in a survival situation, water is one of your top priorities. Use the Emergency Blanket as a reservoir to collect rainwater.