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Breathable and durable, the Adventure Medical SOL Escape Bivvy Sack sets a new standard for lightweight backcountry shelter.
  • The complaint with other lightweight emergency bivvys is that condensation builds up inside, leaving you wet.
  • The SOL Escape solves that problem by being breathable, no longer forcing you to choose between being warm and being dry.
  • The proprietary material lets moisture escape while keeping rain, snow and wind at bay.
  • The inner liner reflects your body heat back to you for ultimate efficiency.
  • Waterproof seams seal out water while a side zipper and drawstring hood closure let you shut out the elements entirely or open the sack to cool down.
  • Use the SOL Escape Bivvy by itself as a warm weather bag or slip your sleeping bag inside for extra warmth on cold nights.
  • The high-visibility orange exterior makes it easy for rescuers to spot you, even in areas with high tree cover.
  • Whether you're using it for emergency preparedness, ultralight backpacking or as part of a thermal layering system, the SOL Escape is sure to be a favorite piece of your outdoor kit.

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    SOL Escape Bivvy
  • 84"L x 36"W
  • 6"L x 4"W packed
Weight: 8.5 oz
  • Carrying sack
  • Breathable, heat-reflective material
  • Water-resistant
  • Windproof
  • Easy in, easy out side entry
  • Hand washable
  • Comfortable and soft material
  • Reusable
  • High-visibility orange color

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AMK Sales rep and Professional Adventure Racer Kyle Peter breaks down the SOL Escape Bivvy, the first breathable heat-reflective emergency shelter. More versatile than any other emergency shelter on the market, the Escape is a true crossover, good even as a replacement sleeping bag in temperatures down to 50 degrees.


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excellent Survival Bivy

By Silver Fox

from Los Angeles

About Me CPR Trained, Medical Professional, Wilderness First Responder, Paramedic


  • Easy To Use
  • Lightweight


    Best Uses

    • Emergency Preparedness

    Comments about SOL Escape Bivvy Sack:

    An excellent emergency bivy. Also makes an excellent ultralight sleeping bag in moderate temperatures when used with Care wearing your daytime clothes. I personally have used this with a medium jacket down to 35° on a three day ultralight trip in the Sierras. An improvement over the earlier version. This one is moderately breathable while still maintaining excellent water resistance.

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    • Personal

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    Emergency only

    By Packrats gal

    from Eganville, Ontario canada

    About Me CPR Trained, Wilderness Gru

    Verified Buyer


    • Easy To Use


      Best Uses

      • Emergency Preparedness

      Comments about SOL Escape Bivvy Sack:

      Good as an emergency use only, to flimsy for day to day use

      • Primary use:
      • Personal

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        Could I use this as a liner to another sleeping bag? I am going to hike the Inca Trail in June and I am suppose to bring a liner for a rented sleeping bag. Would this work for me?
        Asked on 4/22/2013 by Meghan from Germany

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          Meghan, this would work, however I think you'd like a cloth liner better for this application. They can be purchased at many sporting goods stores, or you can make one out of a bed sheet.

          Answered on 4/22/2013 by Clyde from NRS
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