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Adventure Medical NanoHeat Blanket

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Warmth when you need it most.

Carry the Adventure Medical NanoHeat Blanket on wilderness excursions for emergency warmth in case you get lost on the trail. Trapping precious body heat, the heat-reflective metallic coating keeps you from freezing in chilly temperatures. The DWR treatment repels oncoming showers and drizzly conditions from soaking you to the core. Plus, its compact carrying pouch easily carries in your pack, so you'll hardly notice it's there on bike trips, desolate wilderness hikes, and week-long backpacking trips.
  • Heat-reflective metallic coating
  • Water-resistant DWR treatment
  • Compact carrying pouch
  • Item #AMK001A

Tech Specs

Material
polyester, heat-reflective metallic coating, DWR finish
Contents
1 heat blanket
Dimensions
67 x 58 in
Claimed Weight
6.8 oz
Recommended Use
hiking & camping, travel
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Being prepared for emergencies is never a bad thing, and there are many essential items for anyone who enjoys getting out in the wilderness or who drive in snowy rural areas mid-winter.

A heat blanket is one of those items. This one packs small (about the size of a fist) for storage in a backpack or your glove compartment, has a water-resistant tarp on the outside, and reflective Mylar on the inside to help keep you warm and dry if you're caught out in a rain or snowstorm.

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  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This is one of those items that really makes sense to have on hand if you spend any time in the backcountry. Trail running, mountain biking, back packing, and even rock climbing in remote areas. It's so small that you'll never notice it until you don't have it when you need it.