Outdoor Research Helium Bivy

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Outdoor Research Helium Bivy

Postby Aushiker » Thu 08 Dec, 2016 6:56 pm

For those interested in bivvies, Massdrop have a drop on the Outdoor Research Helium Bivy at the moment. US$119.99 + postage of $12.50. Personally I think if I was considering a bivy this would be in my short list as it is a design I like based on my limited experience with bivvies.

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Re: Outdoor Research Helium Bivy

Postby dunamis » Thu 08 Dec, 2016 9:54 pm

I'm on it

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Outdoor Research Helium Bivy

Postby RonK » Thu 08 Dec, 2016 10:22 pm

At 510g it is surprisingly heavy, so what is to be gained to make the discomfort worth putting up with.
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