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Dry.Q Bivy™

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OU9616

Summary

With fully taped seams and waterproof breathable Dry Q Core shell fabric, the Mountain Hardwear DRY Q Bivy keeps you dry when sleeping out in inclement weather. This bivy sac also zips onto sleeping bags with compatible 70-inch zippers and features a draw cord hood to cinch down when the storm cranks up.
$128.90 $185.00
Style# 1455631
product.components.activity Backpacking / Hiking

Variations

    • Color
    • Red
    • Red
    • Size
      Sizing: True to Size |
    • LH
    • Dimension
    • Regular

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Features & Specs

  • Breathable - -
  • Waterproof - -
  • Weight: - 1 lb. 2 oz. / 510 g. -
  • Fit: - True to Size -
  • Tent Capacity: - 1 -
  • Good For: - Backpacking / Hiking -

Summary

With fully taped seams and waterproof breathable Dry Q Core shell fabric, the Mountain Hardwear DRY Q Bivy keeps you dry when sleeping out in inclement weather. This bivy sac also zips onto sleeping bags with compatible 70-inch zippers and features a draw cord hood to cinch down when the storm cranks up.

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Materials

  • Body Fabric Content: 100% nylon

Measurements

  • Weight Packed: 1 lb. 2 oz. / 510 g.
  • Weight Minimum: 14.8 oz. / 420 g.
  • Tent Capacity: 1
  • Number of Poles: 0
  • Number of Doors: 0
  • Number of Vestibules: 0
  • Length Packed: 9 in / 24 cm
  • Diameter Packed: 4 in / 10 cm

    Details

  • Waterproof breathable Dry Q Core™ fabric.
  • Welded zipper flaps and reversed DWR treated zippers keep moisture out
  • Taped Seams for a complete watertight barrier.
  • Zips onto any mummy bag with a compatible 70" zipper
  • Drawcord closure cinches hood tight to hold in warmth

Reviews

Dry.Q Bivy™ 2 5 1 1
Bombproof but not breathable I've used this Bivy 3 times now under hot, cool and cold conditions, each time in a MH ultralamina sleeping bag. I love the bag but the bivy got me, the sleeping bag and the inside of the bivy completely soaked from condensation in all conditions. It rained the last time I used it and it was so wet that I thought the bivy might have leaked. I tested it once I got home with a hose and the inside stayed dry. I have to conclude that the bivy just does not breath. I'll keep it to use in a deluge if I am caught out in one, but won't use it to keep the dew off as I had hoped I could. August 23, 2012
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