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Design: pop up bugnet that folds flat
Ease of Setup: easy
Price Paid: approx $33
Great for keeping the bugs off in Maine! It stores flat in a stuff sack and weighs under a pound. Very easy to fold up like those pop-up tents that kids play with. Pole is a flexible oval that is sewed into the netting.
Design: free standing with flexible fibre glass pole
Ease of Setup: trivial ( a little harder to put back in the bag-fold into3 circles
Weight: 6 oz?
Price Paid: $40 including tax
Kept the very many mosquitos off my face and body (I used this in conjunction with REI Minimalist bivy). Very well built, and very useful in flying bug places.
Bug Bivy is
a bivy sack
made by Adventure 16.
It has an average rating of 4 stars (out of 5), based on 2 user reviews
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