Survival Bivi Bag

Product code T160
Quantity in stock 493 item(s) available
Weight 0.35 kg
GTIN 5016543000440
Price (inc VAT) £4.54 (inc VAT)
Price (ex VAT) £3.78 (ex VAT)

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Survival Bivi Bag  with printed instructions

The bivi bag, or bivouac sack is a lightweight, waterproof shelter alternative to the traditional tent. This bag can be used as a waterproof outer cover to a sleeping bag or on its own as a survival bag for retaining body heat in emergency situations. It is made from 500 gauge polyethylene supplied in emergency orange and includes printed survival instructions.

Bivi bags provide research expeditions with a compact emergency shelter solution. They are used by backpackers, climbers and outdoor enthusiasts the world over.

  • classic survival bag for retaining body heat in emergency situations
  • alternative use as a waterproof sleeping bag cover
  • heavy duty orange 500 gauge polyethylene, high visibility
  • dimensions approx. length 183cm, opening 90cm
  • emergency survival instruction procedures printed on bag
  • watertight personal emergency shelter
  • can be used as a distress signal
  • perfect for all outdoor persuits
  • weight (approx): 345g
  • NATO stock number: NSN-8465-99-684-4041

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