Mezonn Emergency Sleeping Bag Survival Bivy Sack Use as Emergency Blanket Lightweight Survival Gear for Outdoor Hiking Camping Keep Warm After Earthquakes, Hurricanes and Other disasters

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ULTRA LIGHTWEIGHT COMPACT: The thermal sleeping bag is kept in a small 3.9*5.1-inch bag and weighs only 4.2 ounces. Let you repeat use at any time, you can carry and can be stored in any place, store it in your car, backpack, and emergency first-aid case, etc. It can be easy to find when you have an emergency sleeping bag, and Mezonn emergency heat-resistant Mylar bag is perfect for all emergencies. STAY WARM OVER 24 HOURS: Made out of ultra-lightweight PE material which reflects 90% of your body’s heat to you reflective, and its orange color makes it easy for rescuers to find you(And its green color is not easy to see), making it an essential survival tool, Suitable for outdoor camping and hunting, emergency shelter or car emergency kit. INCREDIBLY DURABLE: The weight of this sleeping bag and the ultra-thin thickness of 28UM make it surprisingly strong. The material ensures a tear-resistant, windproof and waterproof sleeping bag. Besides, this emergency bivvy bag has reinforced tape seams that create a weather-resistant barrier between you and the cold. BIG SIZE: 37 * 80.7 inches is enough to wrap an adult’s body, you can also use it as an emergency blanket for two adults in an emergency. It can also perform other functions, such as emergency blankets, awnings, emergency sleeping bags, floor mats, rescue or distress beacons, ponchos, awnings or sunshades. MONEY BACK GUARANTEE: Our goal is to keep each customer 100% satisfied. If you are not satisfied for any reason, we will refund the full amount without asking any questions.

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Mezonn is committed to the development and production of high quality outdoor products, mainly produces emergency blankets, emergency sleeping bags, emergency tents, beach blankets, picnic mats, etc, bringing the ultimate convenience and safety experience for your life! Welcome to Mezonn’s store!

Mezonn sleeping bag

Suitable for Survival, Camping, Hiking, All Outdoor Activities and Daily Uses:

The emergency blanket can keep everything dry in the event of sudden rain or snow, you can wrap your body to keep warm, or lay it on the ground for waterproofing or moisture-proofing.

In fact, uses are nearly limitless, as rain poncho, emergency signal , shade cover, fishing lure, bird repellent, emergency shelter, sleeping bag liner when camping out, ground cover at the concert, bivouac sack, wind blocker, arm sling, bivy, water collector, snow melt container, etc.



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Can be put in a backpack, or placed in a side pocket and hung on a backpack

car glove box

Very light, can be put into the car, become the security of your travel

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Small size can be placed in the first aid kit at home with other first aid supplies

home emergency closet

On the shelf where the first-aid supplies are stored at home, occupying only a small amount of space




If you experience extreme weather while camping, you can use the emergency sleeping bag to keep your body warm

When driving, if you encounter emergencies in cold weather, you can only stay in the car, while waiting for rescue, you can use our emergency sleeping bag to keep warm

When climbing, if you encounter an emergency that cannot be camped, you can use our emergency sleeping bag to keep warm and prevent frostbite






PE Emergency Sleeping Bag Survival Bivy Sack(1pack)

PE Emergency Sleeping Bag Survival Bivy Sack(1pack)

PE Tent

PE Emergency Sleeping Bag Survival Bivy Sack Set

PE Emergency Sleeping Bag Survival Bivy Sack Set
size L:82″ W:37″ L:82″ W:37″ L:96″ W:60″ L:82″ W:37″ L:82″ W:37″
wight 4.2 OZ 4.2 OZ 10 OZ 12 OZ 12 OZ
Use For Emergency Keep body temperature Emergency Keep body temperature Emergency Keep body temperature Emergency Keep body temperature Emergency Keep body temperature
Tear Resistance


Heat Retention

Date First Available ‏ : ‎

February 5, 2021

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Best Sellers Rank:

#6 in Camping Bivy Sacks

Customer Reviews:

1,296 ratings

8 reviews for Mezonn Emergency Sleeping Bag Survival Bivy Sack Use as Emergency Blanket Lightweight Survival Gear for Outdoor Hiking Camping Keep Warm After Earthquakes, Hurricanes and Other disasters

  1. Joann fields

    I bought this for my survival kit for when I take wilderness big game hunts. I have always assumed the guide had everything. After I got home this last trip, I began assembling a survival kit. Among other gear, I researched compact emergency sleeping bags that do the job and don’t take up a lot of space in your pack. This fit the bill and met my requirements. Do yourself a favor, do not put your life in the hands of a guide assuming he has the necessary equipment to keep you alive. Chances are that he doesn’t. My last guide did not have a sat phone or a personal locator device ( I’ll have a PLD on my next trip). He had an atv accident that broke a few ribs and banged him up , but we made it back to his truck. A grizzly had visited the fringe of our camp just an hour earlier. We were hunting around a remote lake and I learned that he had virtually no safety equipment for an emergency. I haven’t tried this yet, and I hope that I never have to, but I do want to return home vertical instead of horizontal. I’ll carry a well equiped survival kit from here on out and this life bivy will be in it! Good luck and safe hunting.

  2. Rom

    Compact. I keep it in my car, just in case. Put in my backpack for my hiking, just in case.

  3. heatherk7

    Bought a bunch of these for our Bug Out Bags and the bag I built for my parents. At the price point they are a great little bag. Same bag that others sell for 2x the price. Seems like a must have in these unsettling times in the car and in your BoB.

  4. Bowkerhouse

    I’m 6′ and ~250lbs (not a small person) and I fit in this bag with comfortable room to spare. Standing up is easily covers my shoulders and if I crouch a little (or bend my knees a little while laying down) I can cover my head.I went outside in ~35F, very windy and raining weather wearing jeans and a t-shirt and was fairly comfortable, though you do need to insulate yourself from the ground in something like this if you are planning to lay down.It seems reasonably durable, and would probably last a couple nights if you were very careful to avoid anything sharp. Definitely sturdier than the mylar bags at a cost of just a little more bulk. I would recommend including duct/packing tape in your emergency kit for potential tears.I’m assuming if you spent hours inside of it you will end up wet from condensation build up, as it’s essentially a plastic bag, but I was not in it for that long.Under idea circumstances (indoors with clean wood floor) I was able to roll it back up and get it back into it’s little bag with out trouble. I think you could manage it outdoors, but i did not attempt it.Overall a BIG upgrade to the little mylar emergency blankets.


    These are actually really nice. I don’t know about how well they keep you warm, but opening one up it’s not bad. I was expecting something really cheap and this isn’t.It’s one of those glad you have it, but hope you never need it things.

  6. Amanda T.

    I took this product with me on a elk hunting trip to Montana. It was 0 degrees and snowing and this product was extremely useful. I used it as a sleeping bag liner as well as a cover blanket when I was glassing. I would recommend this for anyone to have in their bag.

  7. CAprimefan

    This is a great addition to any bugout bag or go bag. A full sized thermal space sleeping bag rolled up into a TINY pouch! Takes up like zero room in your bag. If you want something that will keep you warm and takes almost no space in your bag, this is it!

  8. fletcher

    This little bag kept me warm in around 20 degrees Fahrenheit temperatures. Make sure you remove your shoes and socks when sleeping because your body heat will be what warms you up. Sweat will collect in the bag, especially if temperatures start to increase while you sleep. Since it’s plastic, don’t expect to be able to launder. You can rinse it and hang dry, though. Durable and very good value for the price, especially since there are two bags.

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