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  1. #21
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    I've carried an OR bug bivy for about 7 years now. Super light, takes up no more space than my x-therm. Keeps the bugs, mice, snakes out of my bag and I sleep like a baby, although the is a bit of acrobatics involved in entering and exiting! All being said, I wouldn't leave home without it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by icebeard View Post
    I've carried an OR bug bivy for about 7 years now. Super light, takes up no more space than my x-therm. Keeps the bugs, mice, snakes out of my bag and I sleep like a baby, although the is a bit of acrobatics involved in entering and exiting! All being said, I wouldn't leave home without it!
    For that kind of weight you can get something you can sit up in, get some gear inside, a lot more flexible. A zpacks hextarp or a 3FUL "summer tent". Others as well.

  3. #23
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    Looks interesting. I suppose a mouse could still chew through it though...

  4. #24
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    I use an old SMD Meteor bivy. Perfect for keeping bugs and mice off you while in a shelter. Good for keeping your bag dry if rain sprays into the shelter. Pretty easy to get into and out of also.

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