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Jervenbag HUNTER
Jervenbag HUNTER
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We are the authorized U.S. distributor for this very unique product.

  • Used by the Norwegian Army for many years
  • A must have Bag for Hunters, Survivalists and Outdoorsmen
  • Measurements as wind sack 2.2 x 1 meters (approximately 7 Feet 2 x 3.28 feet)
  • This bag contains PrimaLoft 60 grams per m
  • Two-Way Seperable Zippers offer a lot of Options
  • Light-weight. Only 1500 grams (3.3 lbs)
  • Retains Body Heat better than Traditional Wool Blankets
  • While Sitting, Heat Flows Upwards to keep both Face and Hands Warm
  • Quiet Movement as preferred by Hunters
  • Components fit nicely into Carrying Bag
  • Belt Included

This Norwegian Army product is now available to the U.S. Shopper. The Jerven Bag is a worthwhile investment for Hunters and Outdoorsmen as reliable cold weather gear. the bag allows for easy movement and being able to stretch your legs with ease. The Jerven Bag is also used worldwide by rescue helicopters, civil defense, Red Cross, Military and rescue teams.


NOTE: If out of stock, contact our customer service department for availability.

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Excellent product, June 2, 2015
I bought mine several years ago from the manufacturer in Norway. I summer I use it as a shelter bag for over nights, down coat and pants and bag, no sleeping bag. Have sat for hours in -20'F elk hunting with just a down jacket and appropriate winter clothes, warm and comfortable. For sudden heavy rain the bag will fit over me with pack on, again perfectly comfortable. Great for taking a nap on a long hike or backpack hunt. Several of my friends tried it and ordered one from Norway so I'm happy they're available in the USA.

Pros: Works as expected, worth the price.
Cons: none

By Paul from Montana

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