Pharaoh Bivy Bivy Sack Mummy Bag   AquaQuest Waterproof
Pharaoh Bivy Bivy Sack Mummy Bag   AquaQuest Waterproof
Pharaoh Bivy Bivy Sack Mummy Bag   AquaQuest Waterproof
Pharaoh Bivy Bivy Sack Mummy Bag   AquaQuest Waterproof
Pharaoh Bivy Bivy Sack Mummy Bag   AquaQuest Waterproof
Pharaoh Bivy Bivy Sack Mummy Bag   AquaQuest Waterproof
Pharaoh Bivy Bivy Sack Mummy Bag   AquaQuest Waterproof

Pharaoh Bivy

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Sleep like royalty. Minimalist and efficient, the Pharaoh envelopes your mummy-style bag and sleeping pad within a waterproof-breathable shell, protecting your slumber from precipitation above and ground moisture below. An elasticated hood allows you to batten down the hatches in truly inclement weather. Stuff sack included.

WATERPROOF
Constructed of durable, dual-coated, waterproof-breathable 70D nylon, the Pharaoh boasts an industry-leading 10,000 mm waterproof rating.

LIGHTWEIGHT
One of the most compact waterproof bivies available, the Pharaoh compresses to a scant packed size and weighs about 1 pound.

VERSATILE
Designed to synch with either right or left-zip mummy bags, the Pharaoh is generously cut and can accommodate sleepers up to 6'6" tall.

FABRIC
70D nylon with ripstop upper

HARDWARE
Dual YKK zippers

WATERPROOF COATINGS
PU & DWR

WATERPROOF RATING
10,000 mm

BREATHABILITY RATING
10,000 gr/m2/day

WEIGHT
1.1 lbs.

PHARAOH BIVY BAG DNA:

SHELTER SIMPLIFIED

• Ultra-compact and utilitarian
• Waterproof & breathable
• Fully protects mummy bag
• Elasticated hood
• Use sleeping pad inside or out

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Wulfstan
Great for lightweight hiking or backpacking

This Aqua Quest Pharaoh Bivy Bag - 100% Waterproof Sleeping Bag Cover Compact Lightweight Breathable can serve a number of uses. Paired with a featherweight summer down bag, this can take that bag another season.

Also, with a tarp and a pad, you could skip the tent in areas they arent very buggy. In fact, just the Bivy bag alone would be Ok with the usual dew and maybe even a little rain, but a small tarp would keep the rain off your face.

Finally if on a long day hike, this could be slipped into your day pack for that added insurance if you got stuck out overnight by accident.

Weighs almost nothing, is the size of s squashed flat loaf of bread.

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R
It's sick

Yea. It's dope.

J
JohnyD56
My first bag

My first bag and very satisfied with price point.

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Hyperion Sturm
Aqua-Quest Bivy

The bag is very roomy to accomodate a wide variety of bags and users. Zippers on both sides, inside only, for easy in and out. I used this bivy without cover in 18°F weather with 15-20 mph winds bringing the wind chill to about 0°. The bag stopped the wind and was very warm bit after a while I began to fill the inside of the bivy get vey cold to include inside the sleeping bag. However, I was wearing expedition weight fleece polyskins and skin temperature was cool but not uncomfortable. I check the bivy and had excessive condensation soaking the outside of the sleeping bag. I used a super absorbent cloth to wipe up the condensation and added a heavy fleece top quilt. I thought I might have breathed inside the bivy while sleeping. Once situated it was very warm.

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karl schlag
Bivy bag cover

So far it is working out great as a wind barrier and cover for my sleeping bag. No complaints yet.