Ben Ward sent some nice pictures. I have the tent to patch some small holes and then they are off for more hiking.
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Keeps wind, bugs, dirt off you and off of your nice down sleeping bag.
Protects your inflatable sleeping pad and you from the damp ground.
Super breathable top of 1.1 oz ripstop nylon.
Waterproof bottom of silicone coated 1.1 oz ripstop nylon.
Nice blend in silver/grey color.
Drawcord closure at top.
About 7 ounces in weight.
Photos to follow.
Great for Scout troops and schools, light, simple, inexpensive.
I got a deal on fabric, so they are priced at under $60 with shipping.
Order them soon at bivysack.com.
For ground sheets, emergency shelters, and first aid kits. Cheap! Cheap! Only $29.00.
Take a pyramid tarp, cut it in half and add an A Frame door and you have the Alphamid TM. Half Pyramid floorless shelter 4×8 by 5′ feet tall. 30d silnylon Weighs 13.5 oz A floorless tarp which is quick to set up, light and inexpensive. A favorite for winter campers, it can be set up over a snow pit for extra roominess. It includes a stuff sack. Use your ski probe poles, hang it from a tree limb or order the separate shock corded pole to set it up. Just clip the buckle at the bottom of the door, zip up the zipper, stake out the four corners evenly and put up the pole. Additional tie outs are on the center seams. The apex is reinforced , the zipper is a #5 coil. The taller steeper pitch sheds snow and rain much better than the competitors shelters as well a providing more headroom. Includes 1 oz. pole connector (3 webbing straps) so you can use two trekking or ski poles to make a height adjustable pole. Fabric is not flame retardant and will burn and melt when in contact with high heat or flame. Keep away from camp stoves, gas lanterns, campfires etc.
Great shelter for Search and Rescue-very light and you can set it up over a prone victom without
moving them. Current color is grey.
Now here. New bivy with side zip and room for a Neo Air pad along with a thick down bag and you.
A better Tauntline Hitch