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Marmot
Home Alone Bivy

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Made for deep backcountry expeditions in variable conditions, the Marmot Home Alone Bivy uses Marmot’s MemBrain® waterproof, breathable fabric technology to seal out weather. The pole system is quick and easy to pitch; additional hoop prevents bivy from falling on feet. Mesh door provides ample ventilation so you can rest easy the whole night through.

Features

  • Marmot MemBrain Strata Waterproof/Breathable Fabric
  • Mesh Door For Added Ventilation
  • Highly Compressible
  • Unique Pole Structure
  • No-See-Um- Netting
  • Inside Pockets
  • Jingle-Free Nylon Zipper Pulls
  • Minimum Weight: 1lbs 11oz (778g)
  • Maximum Weight: 1lbs 12oz (804g)
  • Floor Area: 19 sq ft, 1.8 sq m
  • Packed Size: 19 x 5in
  • 48 x 13cm

Gender: Unisex
Weight: Min.: 1lbs 11oz , Pack: 1lbs 12oz
Material: MemBrain Strata, 100% Nylon Ripstop
Dimensions: 26 x 38 x 96in
Tent Capacity: 1
Season: S13
Vendor ProductId: 27760
Review ProductId: 28997

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MarmotHome Alone Bivy Sack
 
5.0

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5.0

Great Bivy!

By Jay

from Boston MA

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy to set up
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Need to leave it open
  • Stealth camp due to color

Best Uses

  • Lightweight trekking

Comments about Marmot Home Alone Bivy Sack:

Used this in Southern Utah. Temps ranged down to 30 degrees - 80 degrees. This bivy is super lightweight and easy to set up. One night the winds were blowing about 20-25 MPH on top of the mesa and this thing took the beating and never threatened to let lose like some of my neighbors tents. Being a bivy you do need to leave a small flap open to let out condensation, so be prepared for that, otherwise a great product all around.

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