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  1. Coghlans Emergency Bag

    Coghlan's Emergency Bag

    $4.99

    • • Holds body heat and helps prevent hypothermia
    • • Great for emergency preparedness
    • • Provides shelter against wind and rain
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  2. Emergency Blanket

    Emergency Blanket

    $4.99

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  3. Coghlan's Thermal Blanket

    Coghlan's Thermal Blanket

    $11.99

    • • Windproof and waterproof blanket helps reduce heat loss
    • • Great for emergency preparedness
    • • Can also be used as an emergency shelter, signal reflector, ground cover sheet, and more
    • • Made from aluminized polyethylene
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  4. Disposable Foot Warmers

    Disposable Foot Warmers

    $2.99

    Warms feet in shoes or boots for up to 4 hours. Learn More
  5. Poncho for Kids

    Poncho for Kids

    $2.99

    Lightweight and reusable poncho with attached hood. Fits kids ages 6 and up. Learn More
  6. Poncho - clear

    Poncho - clear

    $4.99

    Clear rain poncho made from waterproof vinyl material with electronically welded seams. This waterproof poncho includes attached hood with PVC snap button closures on sides. Learn More
  7. Coghlan's Emergency Survival Poncho

    Coghlan's Emergency Survival Poncho

    $6.50

    • Poncho-style covering helps reduce heat loss in situations where hypothermia is possible

    • One size fits all

    • Made from a composite layering of polyethylene and metallized aluminum

    • Features a hood and reinforced seams

    • Provides maximum mobility in emergency situations

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Emergency Blankets

If you’ve ever been at the finish line of a marathon, you’ve probably seen the runners immediately wrap up in what appear to be tinfoil blankets. No, they aren’t warding off the aliens but rather protecting their body from a rapid temperature drop that often happens when they stop running.

Emergency blankets, also known as solar blankets, space blankets or mylar blankets are an essential item to keep in any good survival kit or bug out bag. An emergency blanket can be used to keep a person warm and shielded from the elements when their gear is either non-existent, insufficient, or compromised.

First developed by NASA (hence the ‘space blanket’ moniker) in the early 1960s, emergency blankets are made of a thin film of plastic coated with vaporized aluminum. This inner metallic layer allows one to capitalize on the heat the body naturally generates by reflecting up to 97% of the heat back toward the body. The plastic outer provides a protective, weatherproof layer to keep the person dry, helping him to retain even more heat.

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