Mountain Hardwear Ethereal Bivy

Mountain Hardwear

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Product Highlights:

  • Provides lots of protection
  • Perfect for one person camper
  • Lightweight, Compact
  • 7001 Pf Aluminium
  • Internal sleeve, Includes 2 poles

About Mountain Hardwear Ethereal Bivy

Mountain Hardwear Ethereal Bivy
The Mountain Hardwear Ethereal Bivy is a campground comfort. The bivy provides lots of protection from the elements during your great adventures outdoors and away from home, whether hunkering down in a solid rain or keeping mid-summer mosquitoes away, this waterproof bivy provides a comfortable respite from a long day. It is perfect for 1 person campers. It is very lightweight and compact makes it easy to carry and use. It gives comfortable fit to all desiring campers. The bivy includes 2 poles with it. The pole material is 7001 Pf Aluminium and the pole attachment is internal sleeve. Feel comfortable and enjoy your trail with it. Remain tension free and feel the warmth with the Mountain Hardwear Ethereal Bivy.

Mountain Hardwear Ethereal Bivy Features

  • This Mountain Hardwear bivy provides lots of protection from the elements during your great adventures outdoors and away from home
  • Perfect for the one person camper
  • Lightweight
  • Compact

Mountain Hardwear Ethereal Bivy Specifications

Pole Material
7001 PF aluminum
Pole Attachment
Internal sleeve

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Alex S  This bivy is made with the Dry Q fabric to make it water proof and breathable.
Shopper  What is the fabric? I have seen both Dry-Q and Condult SL and wonder which is one is yours?
Jessica S  This has the Dry-Q core fabric.
Shopper  Hi, what are the dimensions of the Ethereal Bivy? I have a Thermarest Luxury Map standard (20"X72") and was wondering if it will fit in the Ethereal Bivy. Has any one used it? How did it work? It looks as close to what I would call an ideal biby (enough head space to read a book, look at a map etc..
MIKE R  Dude...opt for a bivy shelter. I love mine and it provides enough room to do the most basic hiking essentials -- sleep, store gear from outside, air mattress, plenty of blankets and even room to get dressed although you can't sit up. I fooled around with several "ultra-light" shelters and eventually decided a bivy shelter with rain fly would do it all from summer to winter. During the summer it provides excellent protection from insects and you can still see the stars. In the winter the rain fly helps trap your body heat. I've been very, very happy with my bivy shelter.
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