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New Hot Weather Bivy and Foam pads at Oware
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David Olsen
(oware)

Locale: Steptoe Butte
New Hot Weather Bivy and Foam pads at Oware, Fabrics too. on 04/14/2011 14:53:44 MDT Print View

Keep the bugs off your face and your toes out of the dirt.

Great price for a bivy with full noseeum net on top and DWR uncoated fabric on bottom. $69
shipped.

Roomy and light at 5.5 oz.Hot weather bivy from headHot weather bivy from foot

link
http://www.shop.bivysack.com/product.sc?productId=75

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Also offering 1 person Plastizote foam pads. Waterproof to 3500 mm. Use under the hot weather bivy for moisture protection from the ground.
Weight 5.25 oz
Long at 21x76x3/16". $19 shipped.

link
http://www.shop.bivysack.com/product.sc?productId=76&categoryId=3

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Added some fabric to sell at the web site too.

link
http://www.shop.bivysack.com/category.sc?categoryId=10

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Dave

Edited by oware on 05/11/2011 14:10:38 MDT.

Michael Ray
(topshot) - MLife

Locale: Midwest
Re: New Hot Weather Bivy and Foam pads at Oware, Fabrics too. on 04/14/2011 19:53:55 MDT Print View

Dave,
Why are 2 of the 3/16" pads R 0.689 and 2 are 0.99?

FYI, the 1-person pad you linked to is incorrectly described as "Twice as wide as standard foam sleeping pads"

David Olsen
(oware)

Locale: Steptoe Butte
Foam on 04/15/2011 14:43:41 MDT Print View

Different densities of foam.

David Olsen
(oware)

Locale: Steptoe Butte
Re: New Hot Weather Bivy and Foam pads at Oware, Fabrics too. on 04/18/2011 10:35:38 MDT Print View

Okay, so today is really tax day this year. The coupon will be good today and since
it is the 18th, be good for 18% off any item in stock on the web page.

David Olsen
(oware)

Locale: Steptoe Butte
More photos hot weather bivy on 05/11/2011 14:14:41 MDT Print View

Here are some more photos of the bivy outside with a sleeping bag inside and tied up
to a stake.Hot Weather Bivy 1Hot Weather Bivy2Hot Weather Bivy3

This is a size long Kelty bag for reference.

Edited by oware on 05/11/2011 14:15:26 MDT.

Mike Benson
(milktoast) - F
bivy on 05/12/2011 15:07:59 MDT Print View

I have always been a tenter, but have been looking for a lightweight summer bivy, and the price is certainly right. Anyone else have any experience with this bivy?