Dug Out Bivy Bag

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5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$377.00 $250.00

Designed by Ian Maley of Wilderness Equipment fame. Sophisticated shelter in eVENT custom laminated fabric. Lightweight, highly vapour permeable, waterproof.

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Product Description

 

Ian Maley has allowed us access to his latest tent making technology. For the price, weight and bulk of a standard Bivy tent made from raincoat fabric, we can now offer our full featured, custom laminate Bivy Bag. Features

  • eVENT fabric upper. GE have custom laminated for us a light, tough, highly vapour permeable, water proof fabric. Importantly, it has also been designed to vent Carbon Dioxide and Monoxide to reduce risks to the user*
  • Shock corded alloy hoop.
  • Large mesh protected doors.
  • Full length side and door zips.
  • Our exclusive “Bail Out” zip function. Quick upwards tug on the slider opens the full zip instantly. (Please don’t lose the slider)

(*We always reccommend that you keep the door open a bit anyway.)

220cm long
100cm wide
60 cm high at the hoop
 
Packed size
43 long
45 diameter
 
Weight
1.45 all up
1.20 minus poles & pegs

Height is measured under pole. Weight is with pole and pegs, without it’s 1.2kg Colour: Olive

Additional information

Weight 1.6 kg

2 reviews for Dug Out Bivy Bag

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Excellent, just as i thought it would be from ordering it online, really good quality and still cant get over how light it is, very happy thank you

  2. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Excellent product – I’ve had another type of bivvy bag for years, and found it got a little damp in there. Crossfire comes to the rescue again. Another great product from a great company – thanks guys!

    Pro – everything seems to have been thought of, from burst out function, to ties at the feet to keep the bag off your feet, to an internal velcro “stuff” pocket where you can keep things while you sleep. Love the way the insect mesh/outer membrane is set – means it doesn’t sit on my face while I’m sleeping (I’ve woken up and chewed through it in a panic on one of my other bags which has it on the inside…. not my finest moment).

    Con – Nothing serious; keep it in its carry bag if tied to the outside of the pack. I roll my poof-mat up in the bag when I pack it away, and it doesn’t quite fit in the carry bag, which means I brushed past a rock and cut the bottom open. A touch more space in the carry bag would be awesome, but I’m nit picking now ;).

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