|Specs||5'6"||6'||6'6"||Wide 5'6"||Wide 6'||Wide 6'6"|
|Weight||7.0 oz||7.3 oz||7.7 oz||7.5 oz||7.8 oz||8.2 oz|
|Length||77 inches||83 inches||89 inches||77 inches||83 inches||89 inches|
|Shoulder Girth||77.5 inches||77.5 inches||77.5 inches||82 inches||82 inches||82 inches|
|Foot Girth||63.5 inches||63.5 inches||63.5 inches||68 inches||68 inches||68 inches|
|Mesh Window||28 x 13.5 inches||28 x 13.5 inches||28 x 13.5 inches||31 x 14 inches||31 x 14 inches||31 x 14 inches|
|Peak Height||17 inches||17 inches||17 inches||18 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||3.5 x 7.5 inches|
I constantly roll off my pad at night and this bivy completely solved that issue. It’s so nice to be able to sleep through the night and be fully contained.
I took this bivy out for a Colorado trail bikepack/fastpack mission during this very wet summer with heaps of mosquitos. The mesh is such a game changer, and kept the mozzies out along with rain spray coming in under my tarp. I love how roomy it is (I'm a side sleeper, this is important) and the pad ties on the inside worked great to keep my pad from sliding around. And, it's even lighter than my old bivy which is a tighter fit and has no mesh, rolls up great in my bikepacking sleep kit burrito. I definitely recommend it!
Here are some random thoughts after using it for the first time on an overnight backpacking trip in good weather: I understand the limitations of bivy use and had low expectations for comfort which were largely met. I pair this with a 4 ounce polycro tarp for a shelter that weighs less than one pound with string and stakes. It's fun to carry but not as luxurious as a tent of course. It did keep the bugs and dew at bay and surprisingly added a great deal of warmth (ten degrees?). I got the wide 6 model and at six feet tall was able to sleep with some gear inside and not feel too restricted. Hiking poles make set up much easier than random sticks. There was a fair amount of condensation on the inside by morning but not enough to soak through my quilt. The large zipper opening was great for easy access. However, when totally unzipped, tension with the hang loop is lost and it was somewhat difficult to zip it back up after getting inside. I ended up zipping it halfway most of the time. Some kind of internal ditty pouch would have been nice. Seems like a good quality product at a relatively decent price. My main use for this will be self-support, multi-day kayak trips where comfort is secondary to weight efficiency.
i had a camoing trip planned they rushed it! great personal service. home town mom and pop feel with a 5 star product!