- Insulated, reflective material to retain temperature - Durable non-woven fabric - Made with recycled and upcycled materials. -- Premium PrimaLoft insulation: made with 70% post-consumer recycled content (PCR). Every meter we use saves 2.5 plastic bottles from the landfill Click here: to learn more about how PrimaLoft recycles plastic bottles to make insulation -- Reflective fabric: we work with a factory that uses this reflective fabric to make other products where the fabric is reflective on one side and printed on the other. Fabric meant for the landfill, such as misprinted fabric is turned inside out so misprinting is not shown, or we buy left over end rolls and/or fabric scraps when available instead of sending the unused fabric to a landfill. - Compressible, folds/stuffs to a very small size - Freestanding design
Note: fabric has melting point of 135C/275F. It was designed for boiling water 100C/212F. Warning: A very hot pot may melt the fabric. Let pot cool below boiling temperature before placing into pouch.
Medium size (FULL meal): - Big enough to hold 2+ servings commercial dehydrated food, such as Mountain House package. - DIY meal holds 1quart size bag for main meal, and 2 sandwich sized bags for sides. - Size: 25cm x 25cm (10in x 10in) - Light weight: 43g (1.5oz)
Small size (SINGLE SERVING): - Sized to fit quart zip-lock bag. - Size: 20cm x 20cm (8in x 8in) - Ultra Light Weight: 28g (1oz)
- Add hot water to the meal pouches, then put them into the Insulite pouches to "cook".
Note: many times you may get busy doing other things while your meals are "cooking" in the pouch so you will happy to find the meals are still hot when you are ready to eat
- The insulated pouches make it easier to hold "hot" food pouches.
- Some people roll down the sides of the insulated pouches to make it easier to eat out of the meal pouches.
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Insulite™ insulated food pouch freezer bag cooking cozy
This is the one your friends had and you wanted. It hits all the right features: Warm, light, compact and reasonably-priced. Use it as a lunch bag in an outside backpack pocket and you won’t put off fueling up because you have to dig for your day’s food. Multiple sizes fit different needs, but the small size is welcome news for shaving even more ozs. My original is more than 10 years old and has not worn out, but I couldn’t resist the new sizes. Plus, I like having them to give as gifts.
Are the dimensions listed for the two sizes of bags inside measurements or exterior?
Insulated pouch dimensions are external dimensions. Internal dimensions are 0.5cm smaller. For example: 25cm external dimension so 24.5cm internal dimension.
How many g/m2 of primaloft? Thanks!
60gsm PrimaLoft insulation. PrimaLoft insulation is made with 70% post-consumer recycled content (PCR) so every meter we use saves 2.5 plastic bottles from landfill (attached is PrimaLoft recyled bottles calculator): https://www.primaloft.com/pcr/
Where is this made?
Fabric for Big Sky's insulated pouches is made in USA or Europe, and are responsibly sewn in China
Please explain what "no retail packaging" means.........1 piece, "bulk pack".......I assume this means purchasing one bag from a bulk pack and therefore it arrives without the cardboard Big Sky wrapping?
"bulk pack" means no retail box
Can I take my pot off the flame and put it in this pouch to let the food continue cooking?
The fabric has melting point of 135C/275F. It was designed for boiling water 100C/212F. A very hot pot may melt the fabric. We suggest the pot be cooled below boiling temperature before placing into pouch