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The Survive Outdoors Longer® Escape™ Bivvy is nothing less than a revolution in backcountry shelters. The complaint with most ultra-light emergency shelters is the same: condensation builds up inside as you get warm, leaving your clothes soaking wet. With the Escape™ Bivvy, condensation is no longer an issue, and you never again have to choose between staying dry and staying warm. The proprietary fabric lets moisture escape at the same time that it keeps rain, snow, and wind on the outside – all while reflecting your body heat back to you. Waterproof seams plus a drawstring hood closure and side zip mean you can seal out the elements entirely or use the bivvy like a traditional sleeping bag, and the high-visibility orange exterior makes it easy for rescuers to spot you even in areas with high tree cover.
Packs into your palm in a nylon stuff sack.
Summer Sleeping Bag
Size: 2.13m x 0.79m / 84" x 31"
Weight: 249g / 8.5 oz.
Group Size: 1 Person
Trip Duration: Multiple Days
A bivvy that BREATHES.
Stay warm AND dry in the original backcountry emergency shelter that stays dry while you heat up.
Weather the Elements.
Highly water-resistant fabric keeps you dry even in wet, soggy conditions.
Reflects 70% of radiated body heat.
Hard-wearing fabric resists punctures and tears through heavy use.
High-visibility orange exterior.
Makes it easy for rescuers to spot you even in areas with high tree cover.
Our playing fields are often located far from the modern amenities that we take for granted - electricity, telephones, running water, and ready access to professional medical help. Consequently, the need to be self-sufficient in the outdoors is essential, especially during an emergency when assistance from rescue teams may be hours or days away.
Adventure Medical Kits is dedicated to bringing you the most innovative products which will keep you safe in the outdoors. At AMK, our love of the outdoors is matched only by our drive to create products that allow your customers to stay healthy on land, water, and air. We rely on the expertise of world authorities in wilderness medicine and survival techniques to develop and refine our products year after year.
By: Nicola Angelico on 7 April 2017I've recently started doing multi day trips on my touring bike, and have slowly been updating my camping gear, to reduce the weight. The Thermo Bivvy Survival Sleeper has been great, as I haven't been able to decide on very light weight sleeping bag, but needed something as the weather is getting cooler. This product has been great, I've stayed warm all night. I was concerned about noise when I move in the night, but found after a day cycling, I've slept like a log, so if I did move and make any noise, I didn't hear it.
By: Yannick Cucca on 26 March 2017About time someone made a product like this! Very impressed at how windpropf yet breathable this bag was after struggling with wet soggy sleeping bags after pulling them out of the bivvy this thing is a godsend! Weighs nothing and makes my 0'C bag feel like a -10'C. Can't wait to try this thing in the snow. Can't really comment on durability yet as I've only had it on one trip but everything else stands to the claims.
Good for winterising summer bagBy: Joan on 14 November 2016I've used this in the Blue Mountains in early spring over my current sleeping bag and it did wonders in keeping me warmer. It did make a bit of rustling noise when I was moving around, like a soft plastic bag. I can account for it being breathable, though, if you accidentally cover your mouth, condensation will form in that area. I'm looking forward to trying this out as a bag for summer.
By: Marty Phillips on 9 April 2016Fantastic product if you get stuck out in the wilderness, or i use it as a cover for my down sleeping bag for extra warmth in my hennessey hammock, Iam 6 foot 4 and fits great for length cheers !
MY REVIEW AMK SOL ESCAPE THERMO BIVVY WATERPROOF SBy: Louise Stuart on 10 March 2016I used this on a 3 day canyon trip in the Blue Mountains and needed to economise on weight. I used in with a thermal liner and was warm until the early hours of the morning when I started to feel cool. The temperature was down to about 10 degrees and if I hadn't used the liner I think I would have been cold. Only design flaw is the zipper which doesn't go all the way down which makes it a bit of a pain getting in and out of. Overall it was good as it saved a lot of weight and space in my pack but definitely a summer item.