JohnClimber wrote:Borah bag will take some beating for what you need
Dave42w wrote:JohnClimber wrote:Borah bag will take some beating for what you need
Nice design but wow that is scary light material! I'm not sure I dare go for something that looks so fragile and which does not claim to be fully waterproof. Their Snowyside eVent® Bivy also looks fantastic but pricier.
s8tannorm wrote:If you're not in a great hurry then I wouldn't rush into buying something just yet ... there are a couple of things in the pipeline which may suit your requirements.
Dave42w wrote:But I'm expecting 20 plus nights between April and end July lots in Wales and Scotland and I hate midges
Am I allowed to hope the pipeline includes products made in the UK?
I imagine sleeping with head under a small tarp with my gear and not worrying about my whole body not being under the tarp, is that possible with the Borah?
Chew wrote:If I were to be out for that amount of time I'd be thinking about tarp tents.
Dave42w wrote:...yep I know the Terra Nova bags are but you have to go to a Jupiter to get mesh...
ScotRoutes wrote:RAB Ascent has everything on your ticklist
wingnut wrote:and a few more for those interested , I know there is not much online showing the bivi bag .
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