Personal Survival Shelter
This amazing product is essential a small shelter with a solid support structure and sturdy foundation compared to other portable shelters like a tent or bivvy sack. It's like a mobile hut for the extreme prepper or anyone who wants to prepare for anything. The ability to relocate is essential, but can be a hassle with larger structures, yet having a strong enough shelter is still an important survival priority for long term purposes. This item is the perfect compromise for those who want something reliable, strong, and capable of packing up camp and bugging out to a new location.
- Strong Construction: Can withstand heavy winds, snow, rainfall, sleet and hail.
- Setup: Quick and easy to erect in a short amount of time.
- Lightweight and portable: Easy to move and easy to store. Breaks down into a small area and can be simply transported.
- Temperature Stable: Uses a heat barrier that can stabilize internal temperatures from either extreme. Stays cooler in the summer and stays warmer in the winter.
- Durability: Guaranteed to last many years with non-corrosive parts.
- Small Shelter: 1 person
- Large Shelter: 3-4 people
- Made in the USA
Various Uses for a Personal Shelter System
- Hunting Post
- Long Term Expeditions
- Housing for the Homeless
- Temporary Housing (Disaster Relief)
- Boot Camps
- Children Projects and Recreation
- Salt Cave Spas
- Scientific Projects
- Supply Storage
Survival shelters have been used by FEMA and other disaster relief and government agencies for protection for homeless individuals and families. These are trusted structures and can provide many great benefits and uses. This item has been designed over 20 twenty years ago but has been updated and improved upon numerous times for maximum quality.
Building Material Specs
This Mylar like floor is of space-age quality and reflective heat upwards into the shelter providing a warmer interior during cold weather.
The material is just like an insulated version of a large Space Blanket and was originally developed by NASA. Other improvised uses including a locator beacon and first aid applications.
The exterior walls are lined with more heat-reflective material which can keep the shelter cool inside when the outer temperature is hot. As one of the strongest radiant barriers available, this space-like 'Mylar' material blocks 97% of heat transfer, protecting survivors from over exposure of either extreme.
Tyvek paper is used to further enhance the insulation and to provide a moisture barrier that works both ways. An Air-infiltration and Weather Barricade Building Wrap is installed beneath exterior layer for further weather protection. Also known as a "perforated polyolefin membrane".
Camouflage exterior layer for laying low and being hidden from potential threats. Be unseen by terrorists, wild animals, or others seeking to forage your survival cache. The material is a 1.9 ounce lightweight ripstop fabric with a standard camo design, the same material as originally used by the U.S. Military. Sewn in lines provide extra support and durability.
The VF YKK Coil Zipper Chain is one of the most reliable zipper styles on the market. The molded nylon makes it the ideal weather-resistant zipper and is completely corrosion resistant. A little dirt will no way affect the ability of this zipper to open and close, so it will remain reliable and secure even in some very harsh conditions.
A strong tarp is laid on the ground before construction of the personal shelter in order to prevent water from the ground soaking anything inside the structure and dampening the interior components.