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Product Description

The Waterproof GORE-TEX© Bivy Cover is produced utilizing waterproof, moisture-vapor-permeable material with all seams heat sealed. A component of the Military Modular Sleep System, the Bivy is designed to cover the Patrol and Intermediate Cold Weather sleeping bags and fit into the compression stuff sack. 81-83" Long, 34-36" Wide (top) 27-29" Wide (foot) Less than 3 pounds

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  • Item Weight: 2.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B008JXV2PM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (286 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,661 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Very high quality and well built.
Amazon Customer
Packed Space: While lager than other bivys, this was still smaller than most compressible sleeping bags, and fit inside a med sized stuff sack from Walmart.
D M Watts
Even though my tent became damp/wet, my bivy kept my sleeping bag dry and myself warm.
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80 of 85 people found the following review helpful By goinnil on September 12, 2011
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I bought this Bivy for a flip-flop hike of the New York Bear Mountain section of the A.T. I was expecting mild weather with possible rain, having done this section before. Previously I went with a tarp/trekking pole shelter and closed cell foam pad/fleece sleeping bag liner setup. With this setup my sleep system (fleece liner) got a little wet but really it's the wind that gets you. You know the wind I'm talking about! That 4 am howling wind that makes you feel like you're sleeping naked in a treetop. Armed with that knowledge, I bought this beauty. Waterproof, windproof and VERY breathable. GoreTex is amazing. My sleep system for this last late-August hike was this Bivy, a fleece throw you can buy at wal-mart for 5 or 8 bucks and a grommeted poncho that i staked out in a mini lean-to with my cheapo wal-mart trekking poles. My pack went under the lean-to and doubled as my pillow, the fleece blanket and my tired, sore body went into the bivy, my head and upper body protected from rain and whatnot. You can sit up and cook, repack, read etc, and only your (waterproof) legs stick out. I used a mosquito headnet so I could keep the hood of the bivy open, but closing the hood would keep a good deal of those jerks out. So, im summation, if you like a minimal yet very modular sleep setup, stop wasting time and buy this bivy. Also it's very light and stuffs to about the size of football.
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51 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Matthew R. Brubaker on January 6, 2011
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I just used this bivy sack on a back country camping trip in the mountains of western VA. There was about 6 inches of snow on the ground and I laid my bivy right on top of it. No moisture got through the entire 3 days I was there. It also rained some, and you could see the rain just bead right off the bivy. It is 100% waterproof, rolls up to a decent size to strap on to the bottom of your pack, and I didn't have any problems with the zipper. Best bang for the buck!
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By D M Watts on September 1, 2013
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I am an experienced backpacker with several 100 mi plus trips under my belt and one of the biggest challenges is always shelter. I purchased this for a weeklong trip to the Grand Canyon back country and was extremely satisfied with the outcome, including a night in the rain. I now have at least 20 nights in the bag.

Weight: While a little heavier than other bivys, the reliability of an Army Issue piece of equipment more than make up for the extra weight. All together I didn't really feel that it added a noticeable increase in weight.

Packed Space: While lager than other bivys, this was still smaller than most compressible sleeping bags, and fit inside a med sized stuff sack from Walmart.

Interior Space: While this will be more cramped than a tent, There was more than wide enough for my Klymit Static V sleeping pad inside the bivy. This was great as I did not have to worry about rolling off my pad in the middle of the night. I also had my 5 degree bag inside. It was long enough to fit my 6'1" body with room for a small camping pillow. There is no support for the cover so it will touch your face. Usually I can prop it up until I fall asleep, but all in all, its the same issue that you will have with any bivy. Regardless, the fabric was breathable and did not feel restricted in breathing, even when the product was touching my face.

Waterproof: GoreTex is great, I got rain on one night and with the cover over my face, I was completely dry.

Condensation: Temps on my trip dropped to below freezing and often that will create condensation. The GoreTex is very effective at allowing condensation out and with out loosing its waterproofing. It worked great.

Temp: Expect that this will add about 5-10 degrees of temp to your sleeping kit.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Yasunori-San on January 13, 2013
This is one component of a system, but it is IMO probably the most useful, technologically advanced and (was until recently the) hardest to acquire individually in good or new condition.

These bivy covers are essentially instant personal shelter, wherever you are, whatever other assets you might have with you. So whether you also have a blanket, sleeping bag, tarp, tent, ground pad, or just the means to improvise any of these things, you can crawl into this bivy cover and be completely dry at least, even in rain and wind, on the forest floor, in mud, even laying in water(!). All I am suggesting here is that, most everything else for a shelter can be improvised, but a waterproof, breathable camouflage bag with reinforced bottom that can be conveniently sealed up would be a component that would be much harder to improvise.

The bag itself is very well constructed with substantial fabric layers sandwiched and meticulously seam sealed. The zippers and snaps are also very high quality. The bag compacts at it's smallest to about the size of a football, and is, because of it's robust construction, somewhat on the heavy side (2 kgs?). So ironically, what makes it so durable also makes it a bit bulky and weighty compared to other alternatives. For this price, this is a great value and excellent investment.

It's designed to fit TWO inner bags inside, so it is amply roomy enough for most sleeping bags. Wearing a light mesh veil over the head helps to prevent insect bites to the exposed face and to provide a slight bit of pre-warmth during cold nights.
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