I keep one of these in my truck.
Have you ever heard the stories of people getting stuck in cold or even snowy conditions? They've crashed their car, gotten stuck in the snow, or maybe they just went out for a hike a got lost. Temperatures drop and hypothermia starts becoming a real risk. You might think staying in your vehicle will keep you warm enough, but it absolutely won't.
This emergency shelter can be used as a tent or sleeping bag. It blocks wind, rain, and snow. The reflective interior is designed to retain 90% of your body heat to keep things toasty. The shelter comes in green and camo if you're looking to keep a low profile, or emergency orange to aid rescuers in locating you.
This shelter is small enough to fit in a day pack for a hike or to stash in your car or truck for emergencies.