USGI Industries Bivy Tent Sleeping Net System for Outdoors, Camping, Home and Flying Insect Protection (Dark Earth)

June 27, 2019 - Comment
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USGI INDUSTRIES BIVY TENT is the best sleeping tent to take into the woods or in a road trip. It’s made of strong heavy-duty materials such as rip-stop polyester and PVC coated stainless steel. With a water resistant floor, you don’t have to worry about any water slipping through. The mesh net will protect you from flying insects and annoying mosquitos, while also keeping you fresh and well-ventilated. What are you waiting for to get this practical and convenient sleeping net system. WARNING: CONTENTS UNDER SPRING TENSION. KEEP AWAY FROM FACE AND BODY PARTS. KEEP AWAY FROM FIRE AND HEAT SOURCES.

Product Features

  • NO ASSEMBLY REQUIRED: Instant Self-Deploying Tent. Throw it in the air, watch it assemble, and stake it down! Warning: Contents under spring tension, keep away from face and body.
  • USER FRIENDLY: Wet ground resistance floor. Flying insect and mosquito resistant mesh. Features a double entrance and roomy interior. NOTE: Assembled size is 84 inches long by 26.5 inches tall.
  • EASILY COLLAPSABLE: In a super compact and convenient portable 18-inch storage bag that’ll fit most suitcases. A must have when camping or traveling!
  • STRONG AND DURABLE: Made with heavy duty rip-stop polyester, mosquito-proof mesh, and PVC coated stainless steel shock cords, much more resistant and durable than fiber glass. Lightweight and portable, weights under 3 pounds.


Anonymous says:

That last fold is tricky, but it works The folding: It comes with instructions and they’re spot on. I was afraid I was going to break mine on that last fold after the “figure 8,” so I watched a video online about it. Sure enough, the gentleman does a great job by being “firm” on that last fold just as the instructions say. My advice: follow the instructions to a T. If you have doubts, don’t force it; watch a video and you’ll see clearly how to do that last fold. I recommend folding it a couple of times before a trip to get used to…

Anonymous says:

Best deal. Overall good bug net Tent. Works much like the military issue one, but the milspec snobs might not like it because it folds two times only. In my opinion, a 3rd fold is not needed anyway because the disk is thinner and flatter when rolled up 2X only. I dreaded the wrestling match required to get the 3rd fold anyway. Hoping the rods on this hold up better than the fiberglass ones that cracked. I called the seller and asked about the rain fly attachments and they said the first generation does…

Anonymous says:

Great tent for the money. My Catoma’s fiberglass rods finally split apart, so I decided I’d give this one a try since it uses spring steel rods. It does not roll up as small in diameter as Catoma or Iguana tents. My previous bug-net tents with fiberglass folded three times, and the last fold is usually a serious wrestling match. This USGI tent folds only twice into a disk 1” X 18”. It’s larger in diameter, but a thinner disk and takes up about the same volume and fits fine in my backpack. It’s also much easier to fold…

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