Summit Treestands
Mylar blankets
Elk
Contributors to this thread:
Ucsdryder 27-Jul-19
ohiohunter 27-Jul-19
Ucsdryder 27-Jul-19
Scrappy 27-Jul-19
dirtclod Az. 27-Jul-19
Franklin 27-Jul-19
great white 28-Jul-19
DL 28-Jul-19
From: Ucsdryder
27-Jul-19

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I started carrying one of these a few years back for an emergency blanket as well as a clean surface to lay meat when cutting up an animal in the field. They are delicate but work great and are almost weightless. Can’t beat 10 for 4.36.

From: ohiohunter
27-Jul-19
How hard is it to manage the Mylar when it’s sticking to the meat? I used tyvek once and wasn’t very impressed.

From: Ucsdryder
27-Jul-19
I haven’t had an issue with sticking. I’m not sure if it would be an issue if you left it for a loooong time...

From: Scrappy
27-Jul-19
Said will ship between Aug 16 and sept 9. It's not as a good of deal if it doesn't arrive before season.

From: dirtclod Az.
27-Jul-19
Amazon has good deals on Mylar blankets.

From: Franklin
27-Jul-19
The thing to watch for is on some of those Mylars part of the film will come off on the meat. I had this problem one time and just started carrying a 4'x4' thin mil of plastic. Believe it or not, Tyvek is heavy for it`s size.

From: great white
28-Jul-19
Try one from wally world

From: DL
28-Jul-19
Been carrying them for years. It’s lighter than a deck of cards but folded into the same size. They work great for keeping meat clean. Great to have if you ever had an emergency too.

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