|Specs||5'6"||6'||6'6"||Wide 6'||Wide 6'6"|
|Weight||7.0 oz||7.3 oz||7.7 oz||7.8 oz||8.2 oz|
|Length||77 inches||83 inches||89 inches||83 inches||89 inches|
|Shoulder Girth||77.5 inches||77.5 inches||77.5 inches||82 inches||82 inches|
|Foot Girth||63.5 inches||63.5 inches||63.5 inches||68 inches||68 inches|
|Peak Height||17 inches||17 inches||17 inches||18 inches||18 inches|
|Packed size||3.5 x 7.5 inches||3.5 x 7.5 inches||3.5 x 7.5 inches||3.5 x 7.5 inches||3.5 x 7.5 inches|
Really stoked on the design and detail. Only spent one night in it so far camping on the west coast of Canada.
Humidity/moisture wasn’t present so I can’t comment on its performance with dew/condensation just quite yet. Love how lightweight and compact this is, it kept the bugs out and the mesh seemed to stay off my face even without using the tie-out. The top material is really light and looks like it warrants being pretty careful with but that’s the trade off for ultra light weight!
I’ve had “waterproof” bivy sacks before but I always ran into internal condensation problems as they didn’t breathe properly. I plan to pair this with a tarp/shelter when moisture may be an issue so hopefully with that combo the condensation that accumulates in the less breathable ones will be a non issue in this more breathable one.
Arrived very quickly and appears as advertised. There are two stake loops on each end which was a pleasant surprise. Weight on my scale was 7.5oz with stuff sack. I’ll try to update after it’s intended use with Zpacks Hexamid pocket tarp with doors.
Just setup my bristlecone bivy in the yard. I usually find areas I think can be approved on but not on this The zipper design is especially noteworthy. No concerns of left or right entry. Enough space behind your head for some gear which will also keep the net off your face if you don’t want to use the tie off loop. I removed the pad tieouts . Don’t think I need them. Saved 11 grams. Perfect size bug netting. I’ve had quite a few different bivys but this is by far the best.