M Integral Designs Wedge eVENT Bivy REVIEW
by Doug Johnson
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The Integral Designs Wedge eVENT Bivy is more like a short tent than a traditional bivy. With a two-crossed-pole "wedge" design, it is similar to other single-wall tents except for its very low profile - it is only twenty-four inches tall. This height classifies it clearly as a bivy and not a tent. However, it is generously sized in length and width for even a tall solo hiker, with space for gear inside the bivy. Made of extremely breathable eVENT and with solid wind stability, it's a shelter that can handle the most unforgiving weather and alpine environments. At just over three pounds, the Wedge bivy is a shelter that can make it through the harshest environments. An optional vestibule adds a great deal of storage and living space, adding versatility.
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- What's Unique
- Recommendations for Improvement
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