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Heath Bailey

Heath Bailey wrote a review of on March 6, 2013

5 5

Great piece! This one performs and can be collapsed to take up almost no spce in the pack. The material is very resillient to abrasion and grants considerable warmth for its weight-so long as you keep moving, this piece actually insulates in the trasitional seasons. The stowaway breast pocket does well for folded maps/gps/bars and the side zip allows for ease of movement. Again, this is a great active windshirt for windy wall exposure, cool hikes, and blustery bike rides. The Ferrosi performs esp. well against abrasion where other lighters pieces would just fall apart or tear. If you like this one, also check out the Hoody version for fuller coverage!

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Heath Bailey

Heath Bailey wrote a review of on March 6, 2013

4 5

I would recommend this bivy to anyone, and esp. for the price. As has been mentioned, condensation seems to be an annoyance...but such is the case with any waterproof membrane that sits only inches from the body. On windy nights, I'd recommend rigging something to keep the body of the bivy from flapping around alot. While free-standing, it has kept me up more than one night when the bag repeatedly slapped me in the face with gusts of wind. Asides from these minor items, this bivy is pretty awesome and takes up little space in the pack, which is of course the point! OR has a solid product in the Highland Bivy!

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