You never know when you are going to need to SIP (stay in place) or seek alternate shelter due to unforeseen circumstances in your area. Could be you hiked too far and need shelter, or you were forced to run or vacate your area on a moment’s notice. Hopefully, you already have a “bug-out” bag or a grab bag in case of emergency. If not, you need to stock a sturdy bag with survival essentials in case you ever have to flee your home or vehicle and rough it in the woods or somewhere safe.
Most people stock up on knives, fire starters, a compass, lighter, emergency blanket, water filter and other essentials. They don’t think about an emergency life tent. You can have all the proper gear in the world, but it won’t matter if you don’t have some type of shelter to cover your head from the elements.
Two Person Survival Tent
The Go Time Gear Emergency Survival Tent provides enough coverage for 2 people. It can be used as a survival tent or a survival tarp to cover your essentials. It also includes a survival whistle and paracord. The survival whistle can come in handy if you need to be found. You could be dehydrated and too weak to shout, but you can almost always blow a whistle. The paracord has numerous survival uses as well. If you’re looking for a two person survival tent – this is a great one to start with.
Not Designed to Be Permanent Tent
Let’s be clear, this survival tent is designed for just that – survival situations where you need quick shelter. It’s not meant to be used for months on end. I don’t think it would hold up to that type of use unless you are extremely careful. You would probably need a sturdier and more expensive tent for long-term use. This is the type of survival gear that you put in your bag and hope you never need it.
Easy Set Up
This is one of the easiest survival tents to set up. All you have to do is run the 20ft included rope of nylon paracord through the ends and secure it between two trees or other objects. Next, you must anchor the tent’s corners using something heavy to keep it from flying away.
Ultra-Lightweight Survival Tent
This survival tent is super lightweight and easy to use. Weighing less than 9 ounces and only takes up a small portion of your bag – just stuff it and forget about it. You won’t even notice it’s there until you need it for an emergency situation or to provide a tent for your friend who always forgets their tent. There’s one in every group.
Keeps You Covered in Rough Situations
The Go Time Life Tent is a survival tent that will keep you dry and out of the elements. Waterproof and windproof built from sturdy polyethylene material. It protects you from rain, snow, wind and anything else out there. It can actually keep you warm as well. We wouldn’t suggest depending on this to keep you toasty during the winter, but it helps. The interior actually reflects your body heat to warm you up. You should also have an emergency blanket in your pack just in case. Combine the two to keep your body temperature up in a survival or emergency situation.
Light Shelter Option as a Plan B
We all know that you need a plan B when it comes to packing essential survival gear. You can never truly plan 100% for every single outcome. It’s just not possible. What can do, however, is take the time to get the essentials and build a survival plan as best you can. Take into effect what you may encounter, who you will encounter it with and plan accordingly.
Make sure everyone in your party is adequately prepared as well as you are. You don’t want to have to share what you already don’t have enough of. We suggest making multiple go-bags for those you care about and have them ready for when SHTF and you need to relocate or stay-in-place for an undetermined amount of time. I was always the gear-guy on our outdoor trips. Maybe I overpacked, but I wanted everyone in my group to have what they needed.