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Rab Storm Bivy

$164.95

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    Ultralight protection for a dry night's sleep.

    Don't get your ultralight down bag caught out in the rain—tuck it, and you, inside the Rab Storm Bivy and hunker down for a comfortable night's sleep. Hyperlite Storm fabric and fully taped seams ensure you stay dry when monsoon season rears its head. A mesh panel vent lets you get some ventilation to keep condensation down and keep things fresh.

    • Hyperlite Storm polyester ripstop fabric
    • Fully taped seams
    • End zip entrance
    • Mesh panel vent
    • Item #RAB005T

    Tech Specs

    Material
    70D Hyperlite Storm
    Poles
    no
    Dimensions
    31.5 x 92.5 x 11.8 in
    Interior Height
    11.8 in
    Ventilation
    mesh zip panel
    Packed Size
    5 x 10 in
    Trail Weight
    1 lb 7 oz
    Recommended Use
    ultralight backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Picture is deceiving.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought this bivy sack for my first backpacking trip to Yosemite. Of the 5 nights I was there, I only slept it in 3 nights and I slept horribly because there was no headroom and the sack collapsed on top of my head. I felt like I was trapped in a trash bag and slept horribly. Now maybe I set up the sack incorrectly, but from what I could tell there was nothing inside the bivy sack to give it structure as it shows in the picture. I ended up sleeping in my friends tent because I couldn't take it anymore. The breathable vents are shielded by a flap that is velcro'd in place. The flap kept falling down thus making it more difficult for breathing.

    Pros
    -waterproof
    -lightweight!

    Cons
    -no head room
    -not breathable

    Rab storm bivy is great

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    This is a light, small bivy that easily adds 5+ degrees of warmth. Used it twice in Zion Nat'l Park. Once in dry conditions (slept with it unzipped all night) and once under a fall sprinkle where I stayed completely dry. Bottom material is durable which I like as I can put my sleep pad inside with me.

    If you're on a budget this is a stellar deal and perfect for lightweight backpacking as well.