Woodland Camouflage Waterproof Bivy Cover

May 24, 2017 - Comment
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(as of April 6, 2020 17:19 GMT+0200 - Details)

The Waterproof GORE-TEX© Bivy Cover is produced utilizing waterproof, moisture-vapor-permeable material with all seams heat sealed. A component of the Military Modular Sleep System, the Bivy is designed to cover the Patrol and Intermediate Cold Weather sleeping bags and fit into the compression stuff sack. 81-83″ Long, 34-36″ Wide (top) 27-29″ Wide (foot) Less than 3 pounds

Product Features

  • NSN: 8465-01-416-8517
  • Waterproof
  • Woodland Camouflage
  • Made in the USA

Comments

Nathan says:

these things are basically like armor for your sleeping bag I have spent many a night in the Army sleeping in one of these in all kinds of conditions, almost always in combination with my trusty poncho hootch. They do exactly what they are meant to do, and that is keep you warm and dry when sleeping in the field. The Goretex material is very thick and durable; in fact, these things are basically like armor for your sleeping bag. I have stumbled into many a PB at night and laid out my bivy to rack out only to wake up in the morning and find that I was…

goinnil says:

The REAL Deal! I bought this Bivy for a flip-flop hike of the New York Bear Mountain section of the A.T. I was expecting mild weather with possible rain, having done this section before. Previously I went with a tarp/trekking pole shelter and closed cell foam pad/fleece sleeping bag liner setup. With this setup my sleep system (fleece liner) got a little wet but really it’s the wind that gets you. You know the wind I’m talking about! That 4 am howling wind that makes you feel like you’re sleeping naked…

blank D M Watts says:

Best Affordable Lightweight Shelter I am an experienced backpacker with several 100 mi plus trips under my belt and one of the biggest challenges is always shelter. I purchased this for a weeklong trip to the Grand Canyon back country and was extremely satisfied with the outcome, including a night in the rain. I now have at least 20 nights in the bag. 

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