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Alpine Bivy

#242833

Ideal Shelter For Solo Missions The Gore-Tex
$249.00
COLOR mojo blue
SIZE: 1size - In stock
free shipping - This one’s on us!
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Infinite Guarantee
INFINITE GUARANTEE
Respiration Positive fabric on the Alpine Bivy protects from rain and snow without collecting interior condensation, the overlapped zipper opening lets you breathe freely without letting in the weather, and a single pole can be used to create overhead space or left at the trailhead to save weight.
Fabric :
GORE-TEX Respiration Positive 3L
100% nylon
30D ripstop upper - 2L
100% nylon
plain weave taffeta floor
Weight :
32oz / 907g Avg. Weight for size One Size
GORE-TEX
Fabric Performance :
Waterproof
Highly-Breathable
Fully Seam- Taped
Durable
No-See-Um Mesh
Hydroseal® Floor
Anti-Fungal Coating on Floor
Design Features :
Sleeping Pad Straps
Five Stake Loops
One Guy Line Loop
Internal Mesh Pocket
High-Volume Toe-End
Functional Details :
Delrin® Single-Pole System

RATING AND REVIEWS

Cold weather condensation ruined it for me.

2

Unfortunately, four fall trips in the Sierra Nevadas with frozen conditions and a little snow have all left we with a WET sleeping bag due to condensation (all down the sides, the foot, and around the head) despite leaving 1/3 of the entrance flap open. Also, even with the pole the fabric lays right on your face. I truly wanted to love this bivy, but mine has made its last trip with me.

Visalia, Ca

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Its awesome

4

I am very happy about it! It"s cozy for sure. So easy to set up. The downside is there is no room for you bags and boots, which its just a nez fix.

Edmonton, Canada

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Great bag. Worth the extra bulk.

5

Great bivy. I stayed several nights in the Rocky Mountains backcountry. It kept out the heavy dew and inner condensation was very acceptable. I used a sleep pad and light sleeping bag and had plenty of room. It actually rolls up in the original bag— no origami skills required.

British Columbia, Canada.

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Small, lightweight, but needs work on hood design

3

I bought this bivy to use on a climbing trip up the Grand Teton, and to use for backcountry hunting. It is small, lightweight, and easy to set up. The material seems very durable and tough, and after one night in it, it breathes very well also. The only down side is that the arched head area does not stay up and out of your face without a guyline attached, which it doesn't come with. And there's only one small loop on the arch to connect a line. Needs a little design improvement.

Boise, ID

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Very useful for bug protection.

5

Working disaster recovery we bed down where ever we can and this is great to isolate yourself from bugs.

Morada, Ca.

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I guess I'm a bivy guy

5

Used this bivy first for a backcountry splitboard trip. Slept very comfortably in a snow hole. Stayed plenty warm with temperatures in the teens Fahrenheit. Next used it on a bike tour. Love that it doesn't take up much room on my bike and is lightweight. My favorite thing about bivy camping is that I don't have to find a big chunk of flat land for a tent. We're usually deep in the woods and the terrain is rough and uneven. Find a little hole and call it home. Bivy life is good.

Burlington, VT

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I would have no problem buying this again

5

This is for my backcountry elk hunting up in Montana mountains.

Oakland CA

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Not usable for very cold weather!

1

I don't think this product was tested in a very cold environment (below -20 degrees). Bag is way to small to fit a mat for cold weather, sleeping bag. Hardly any space for boots, pants etc. so that is does not freeze. When frozen in the morning it does not pack! I will sell/throw this away after 1 use.

Finland, Lapland

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Bomber

5

The material is bomber, it looks like it will last a long time. It's also very roomy. I'm 6'2" 185 lb and I have no problem

Washington DC

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Great Bivy

4

Great, I lost the instructions on how to pack it back in the stuff sack and that seems important because there is a little wire going through the back to keep its shape. Also if you order this know that you should get stakes/s-hook/string in addition because it does not come with any of that

Jackson, WY

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Alpine Bivy

4.4 32

90.9

Discussions

I realize the floor of this bivy is sealed, but would it be ideal to have something else underneath if possible? Or was this bivy made strong enough to where one would not needn't worry about some sort of footprint underneath? Thanks!

Will the bivy noob

Hi Will, A footprint/groundsheet may increase the life of the floor, however, it is not required when using our Bivy's as they are sealed. Thanks for contacting OR, Paul