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OEX Bush Pro Salamanda Bivi Tent for 1 Person, Compact and Lightweight 1 Man Tent, Ideal for Backpacking, Wild Camping and Fishing, Camping Equipment, Grey, One Size

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However, they may not be the best choice for those who prefer more spacious accommodations or are camping in very humid conditions. With the front rain cover open and the mozzy net zipper down, there was a nice breeze flowing through. kg and packing down to 43 x 11 x 11 cm, the OEX Salamanda Bivi Bag is easy to carry and doesn’t take up much space in your pack.

It’s a balance between allowing enough air in to reduce condensation, but not so much that it lets in drafts or insects. I am hoping to fit both inside the bivvi bag, or maybe I can just have the self-inflating mat underneath the bivvi bag.In the Caucasus I walked across Armenia following the Transcaucasian Trail ( https://transcaucasiantrail. The single-person design and compact size make it ideal for those who prefer to venture into the wilderness alone. It was cosy without feeling claustrophobic, and the zip opening with midge mesh was a nice touch, keeping insects at bay while allowing for ventilation.

Please note that the ratings and reviews are based on user experiences and may not reflect your own experience with the product. Additionally make sure your User-Agent is not empty and is something unique and descriptive and try again. The OEX Salamanda Bivi Bag is a solid choice for solo campers who value compactness and ease of use. When there's a breeze, you can set it up so there's plenty of venting, or leave the porch side wide open. Secondly, it’s well-suited to those transitioning from traditional tents to more minimalist camping solutions.

The groundsheet is made from 68D 210T Nylon PU with a 7000mm hydrostatic head, providing an extra layer of protection from damp ground conditions. The larger the surface area of the tent or bivvi, the more inconsiderate this might be to air and dry it in a cramped hostel bunk room, which will in a few cases be packed full of migrant workers. Google Earth is the best tool for planning IMO, you can draw on routes to export to a mapping app on your phone (I use OSMand with downloaded contours for hiking and MAPS.

My friend swears by this and I've read about a cycle tourer finding one invaluable/life saving in Turkey.I've got extended guy lines on mine, which allows me to use my second trekking pole to change the direction of pull of one end, slightly increasing headroom over one end. A sleeping, or at least prone and stationary, person seems pretty unlikely to startle them or make them feel under threat. If the hostel is in an urban centre, it may not have a garden to air the bivvi or small tent outdoors.

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