Tents come in different shapes and sizes but you’ve probably not seen one that packs so small it can fit in your pocket. Well, the Don’t Die In The Woods survival tent is just that– it fits the size of your palm.
This ultralight emergency tent is a must-have in your hiking or camping adventure. It may be small but it provides ultimate protection from harsh weather conditions and rocky terrain. It’s made from tear-resistant, extra-thick, and flexible HeatFlex mylar.
The use of NASA-designed mylar makes this makeshift shelter waterproof and light reflective. It also uses up to 90 percent of your body heat to keep you warm and comfortable in cold temperatures. In warm weather, simply set the tent with the silver side out to reflect heat away.
This makeshift shelter can last many uses and can withstand extreme weather conditions, unlike other tube tents that are flimsy and good for one-time use only. Its seams are tape reinforced and it uses industrial 425-pound strength paracord for durability.
The Don’t Die In The Woods survival tent fits two people and sets up fast. The 20-foot long paracord acts as a top anchor that you need to run through the tent and tie up between two trees. You can use rocks or gears to anchor the corners. The tent also functions as a sleeping bag, a space blanket, or as an emergency bivey.
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