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5 / 5
November 27, 2013
Hawaii is here
The bag gives good comfort when in the 70 degrees of Hawaii...have the bag for taking the edge off but a screen to keep away the ducks. great bag for... more
honolullu hawaii
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1 out of 9 found this review helpful.
5 / 5
January 17, 2012
Not for big guys
I expended 4 days camping in Naranjo Beach, Santa Rosa NP, Guanacaste, Costa Rica. At first I love the general minimalist idea; but in the end: It's too... more
Costa Rica
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19 out of 25 found this review helpful.
5 / 5
November 15, 2011
Bug Bivy
The pole was only attached at one place and could not be anchored on one side, therefore, it would not keep the netting away from your body, thus, defeating... more
Waltham, Ma
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10 out of 16 found this review helpful.
5 / 5
September 26, 2010
bug bivy is the bomb!
I just got back from a week in Haiti. Everyone I worked with was jealous of my big bivy. I was protected from malaria and dengue without having to find... more
Queensbury NY
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ktb1122 January 7, 2013
I have had this Bivy for over 11 years and have slept in it over 800 days in regions from Thailand to the Everglades, and finally after many many peaceful nights of Noseum and Mosquito protection I am purchasing a new one. Granted I am not a very tall person I find this Bivy to be roomy and comfortable. Working as an Outward Bound instructor who sleeps in the outdoors under the stars over 140 days of the year I can say this. If you are under 5'7" tall this Bivy rocks. I sleep with my pad under the bivy not in it and have plenty of room. If I need to anchor the Bivy away from my face I just cram a dry bag up against the hood and it pulls the Bivy away from my body. Definitely worth the $80 investment. Once you get used to the buzzing in your ear you can just smile and know the Mosquito's won't get you.
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