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Don’t Die In The Woods Emergency Blankets

Review Last Updated: March 25, 2020
Terry Daine
Product Review by Terry Daine
Product Features
  • NASA-designed waterproof Mylar
  • Reflects up to 90% body heat
  • Lightweight
  • Larger than standard foil blanket

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the Don’t Die In The Woods Emergency Blankets.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Durable waterproof construction
  • Reflects up to 90% body heat
  • Lightweight and ultra-compact
  • Each blanket comes with an individual nylon stuff sack
  • Larger than standard foil blanket

Cons

  • It can be difficult to get the blankets back into the stuff sacks once refolded

Don’t Die In The Woods Emergency Blankets Product Review

With unique packaging and an attractive design, the Don’t Die In The Woods Emergency Blankets look more enticing than standard Mylar blankets.

And it isn’t just the outside that makes them stand out, too.

These blankets reflect up to 90% body heat, which can prevent hypothermia or other illnesses caused by extreme weather conditions. The NASA-designed Mylar is waterproof and dual-sided, which is a must for survival situations.

Not only are they durable against harsh conditions, but the blankets are also ultra-compact and lightweight, weighing around 2.2oz each (and only 9.5 ounces in total)! This makes them the perfect blend of durable and portable, as they’re easy to transport in any survival backpack.

A standout feature of these blankets is that they’re 23% larger than the average foil blanket on the market, measuring at 7 x 5 feet when fully deployed. Not only does this mean full body protection, but, with the help of duct tape and paracord, you can also turn these blankets into an emergency shelter or sleeping bag.

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