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Big Agnes Three Wire Hooped Bivy

Big Agnes Three Wire Hooped Bivy

Big Agnes Three Wire Hooped Bivy
Big Agnes Three Wire Hooped Bivy
Big Agnes Three Wire Hooped Bivy
Big Agnes Three Wire Hooped Bivy
Big Agnes Three Wire Hooped Bivy

Campaign price
407,15 + delivery costs
Normal price 479,00 €
Incl. VAT 24 %


Available in stock
Store (Helsinki)on-shelf0 pcs
Store (Helsinki)in stock2 pcs immediately
Available in the webstore2 pcs immediately


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Product description

Be ready for even the most extreme weather, without the extra weight and bulk, by packing a Three Wire Hooped Bivy. Made using premium materials for four season protection and featuring a closeable mesh window for breathability, this minimalist shelter is perfect for fast and light backpacking, and small enough to bring along as a just-in-case emergency bivy on any adventure.
  • High performance, fast and light four season solo shelter
  • Single pole design for increased headroom
  • Top third of bivy zips open creating extra-large entry
  • Shallow bathtub floor for protection and structural support
  • Window at head with two closeure options, mesh layer for ventilation or zip coated layer closed for full protection
  • Three stakeout loops keep structure stationary
6" Big Agnes Dirt Dagger UL stakes: 3 pcs


Trail weight: 539 g
Total weight: 624 g

Packed size: 10 x 36 cm
Floor area: 1.49 m²
Head height: 51 cm

Upper: Ultralight nylon, three-layer waterproof, breathable fabric with a microporous membrane and tricot layer to enhance moisture management 
Floor: Nylon ripstop with 1200mm polyurethane coating
Mesh: Polyester mesh
All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (No PVC or VOC’s)

The approximate size of the packed product or the sales package is 360 x 100 x 100 mm.

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Shelter type

0,624 kg
(with sales package 0,8 kg)

William A. verified buyer, 9.6.2024
Overall rating
Very easy to use, barely noticeable when carried. However, I recieved only 3 pegs which is not at all enough to get the tent up comfortably or with any kind of stability. For more positives, it dries really easily, but I get the feeling mold could attack it aggressively if not dried properly.
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