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Exped Bivybag Lite Ventair/PU

Exped Bivybag Lite Ventair/PU

Exped Bivybag Lite Ventair/PU
Exped Bivybag Lite Ventair/PU

175,70 + delivery costs
Incl. VAT 24 %
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Exped Bivybag Lite Ventair/PU Olive Grey
Olive Grey
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Colour: Olive Grey

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Lightweight and packed small: The Bivybag VentAir/PU is a spacious bivy bag for protection from rain and wind. With the small weight and small pack size, this bivy bag fits in any backpack.

The top is made of a VentAir 2-layer fabric and is therefore breathable, waterproof and lightweight. The bottom of this bibybag is made of a durable recycled nylon fabric.

The wide hood offers easy access and the bivybag is large enough to accommodate a sleeping mat.
  • Breathable top, waterproof and lightweight
  • Underside made of recycled fabric
  • Wide zipper opening 


Weight: 495 g
Packed Dimensions: 29 x 10 cm
Dimensions: 230 x 90 x 80 cm

Top: VentAir T (TPU 2-layer laminate), seam taped, 10'000 mm water column, MVTR > 8'000 g/m²/24 h, PFC free
Bottom: 70 D recycled taffeta nylon, PU coated, 7'000 mm water column, bluesign® certified

The approximate size of the packed product or the sales package is 290 x 100 x 100 mm.

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0,495 kg
(with sales package 0,55 kg)

60 month(s)

Anonymous verified buyer, 20.10.2022
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The first Bivy I got. Slept 2 nights on a wet kayak trip. The sleeping bag stayed dry. I put the sleeping pad inside the bivy. There were no holes in the bottom of the thin and sturdy bivy, even though we had to sleep in the knotty cloth terrain and beach pebbles. Just the right size. It packs down into a confusingly small size and is light. When it rains next time, I'll take the tarp with me, because the compromise between the breathability of the main opening and the rain protection is challenging. A similar one will also be ordered for the wife.
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