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Screw the thunder, focus on the lightening.
- Waterproof Dry Q. core fabric shrugs off the nastiest surprise storms
- Color-coded poles, sleeves, and grommets for quick, easy setup
- Zippered vents allow airflow and keep bugs, lizards, snakes, and weasels outside
- Large no-see-um mesh panel opens for ventilation in dry conditions
- SVX window for brighter interior and ability to see outside without opening the bivy
- DWR-treated reverse zippers and welded zipper flaps for water-tightness
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Mountain Hardwear Dry.Q CORE
So Far So Good
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I purchased this for Rainier climbs in good weather in an effort to save weight yet provide basic shelter. It has been great for the 5 nights I have used it so far, no problems with condensation and the frame has kept the fabric off of my face. Never tried it in inclement weather, but honestly if I was planning on foul weather I would probably bring a tent anyways.
needs upgraded fabric
Mountain hardware is very proud of their dry q elite and they should start using it in this bivy. The waterproof breathable fabric they use now sucks.
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