Black Diamond Bipod Bivy

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Black Diamond Bipod Bivy.
The Black Diamond Bipod Bivy is an ideal single-person tent to bring on your outdoor adventures. Though compact, it provides enough room on the inside to sit up on your elbows and read a book. This is thanks to its shock-corded Easton 7075 Aluminum pole that lifts the bivouac sac from your head and shoulders. The tent is also durable that it protects you from various weather conditions. While its ToddTex laminate canopy is waterproof and windproof, its PU Laminated Nylon bathtub flooring prevents water to leak in from underneath. The tent even comes with factory-taped nylon seams that eliminate any gaps in the fabric to ensure there are no leaks. Other features include a large no-see-um mesh panel for critter protection and ventilation and a large zippered entry for easy access. So, what are you waiting for? Venture into the great outdoors with the Black Diamond Bipod Bivy.
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Key Features.
Warranty Information.

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Fit:

  • With a 18.5 sq. ft. tent area and a 20 in. height, this shelter provides a roomy and cozy interior fit for one person
  • Packs down small to easily fit into a backpack, pannier bag, kayak or haul bag

Fabric:

  • For a durable and leak-free flooring the base of the tent is designed with a PU Laminated Nylon bathtub flooring
  • ToddTex uses PTFE laminated directly to ripstop nylon for waterproof, breathable performance
  • Waterproof breathable Todd-Tex fabric sheds wet weather and breathes exceptionally well to help reduce condensation
  • ToddTex single-wall fabric
  • Taped seams prevent dripping water or morning dew from sneaking in through the fabric joints

Insulation:

  • Large mesh panel keeps out bugs and helps cut down on condensation buildup

Sizing:

  • It's easy to bring along since you can store it in a 6 in. x 15 in. size

Weather and Wind:

  • The ToddTex laminate canopy offers a windproof and waterproof cover that protects your from various weather conditions
  • Its factory-taped nylon seams ensures there will be no leaks when it rains
  • Multiple stakeout loops provide secure anchoring in the wind

Zippers:

  • Half-moon zip entry provides easy access
  • The tent comes with a large zippered entry, making it easy to come in and out of it

Features:

  • Based off original design from Bibler
  • Optional footprint sold separately
  • 1 shock-corded Easton® pole over the head and shoulders promotes air circulation and keeps you from feeling claustrophobic
  • One aluminum pole creates space above head to improve air flow, decrease condensation, and limit claustrophobia
  • Freestanding single-wall bivy design saves weight by eliminating the need for a tent canopy and fly; ideal for four-season climbing and trekking applications
  • Its large no-see-um mesh panel keeps the critters out and allows the fresh air in
  • To maximize the headroom, its shock-corded Easton 7075 Aluminum pole lifts the bivouac sac away from your head and shoulders
Moosejaw

A stormproof bivy with headroom, the Bipod Bivy by Black Diamond utilizes a single shock-corded Easton aluminum pole to lift the bivouac sack away from your head and shoulders. It's built from waterproof, windproof and breathable ToddTex with a polyurethane-laminated bathtub floor. All seams are sewn with heavy duty nylon and factory taped. The Bipod has a large zippered entry with a sizable no-see-um mesh panel to keep the critters out and allow the fresh air in. Stuff sack included. Tripod Bivy Ground Cloth works with Bipod Bivy.


Backcountry.com
The Black Diamond Bipod Bivy is supremely functional, plenty comfortable, and totally ready to help you take on your next solo trek. An aluminum pole arches over the head and shoulder area to provide a roomy space so you won't feel claustrophobic. A large zippered entry on the Bipod Bivy provides easy access and great ventilation, and it rolls back to reveal a generously sized, no-see-um net panel. ToddTex waterproof breathable fabric provides protection from rain and snow while allowing the breathability necessary for a comfortable, moisture-free night.

Oregon Mountain Community
The Black Diamond Bipod Bivy feels comfortably big thanks to a single-pole design that offers maximum head and shoulder room without extra weight. On your next solo trip high on a ridge or down in a meadow, you'll enjoy being able to breathe deep and soak in the morning sunrise.

Al's Sports
Single-pole design sheds weight but maximizes headroom.
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Area:18.5 square feet / 1.7 square meter
Average Packaged Weight:2 lbs 2 oz / 975 g
Dimension:92 x 30 x 20" / 234 x 76 x 51 cm
Packed Size:6 x 13" / 15 x 33 cm
Weight:1 lb 13 oz / 830 g
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Black Diamond Bipod Bivy Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

In mid-September, I used my Black Diamond Bipod Bivy during a four day hike on Katahdin and around Baxter State Park in Maine. Needing to replace a worn out bivy, I bought it with the idea that it would serve several useful functions at a weight of only one pound thirteen ounces: it would keep me safe from mosquitoes, it would add to the warmth of my sleeping bag, and it would provide emergency shelter should I get stuck somewhere on the trail and have to spend the night away from the campgrounds where we had reserved lean-tos.
A frosty first night made the issue of mosquitoes moot, but I was pleasantly surprised at how warm I was during the night inside my sleeping bag and bivy sack. Soon after lying down I became too warm and had to remove first my fleece jacket and then my wool sweater to get comfortable for the night. I tucked them alongside me in my 20 degree down sleeping bag so they would be warm in the morning when I put them on again. I also tucked my water filter inside the bag because freezing might damage it.
I didn’t put up the bivy’s hoop as there were no bugs and I wanted to sleep with my face out in the air. My five foot ten inch and 145 pound frame found plenty of room inside the bag and there was lots of room for my jacket and sweater down one side of the bag and for storage on the floor of the bag above my head. I felt inside the bag in the morning and found no condensation.

can3101129 at Backcountry.com on 09/28/2009

I was impressed with this bivy. Seems to stand up well and provides good protection. It is a good compromise between weight and protection. Enough room to put your boots inside to keep them dry. Rolls up pretty small and sets up easily. To try it out I took a February night in upstate NY that it was going to snow. Set it up in my back yard with my Dark Star sleeping bag. Temperature was down around 5 deg F. I just set it down on the snow with my pad and sleeping bag inside, no ground cloth outside. I heard it snowing and even sleeting during the night. In the morning I noticed that the floor felt like it had slight condensation. The top part was dry to the touch. I was dry and so was my sleeping bag. I did notice after I pulled out my Thermarest that it had condensation on the side that I slept on from sweating. I think this is where the condensation came on the inside floor of the bivy. Came with seam sealer which I have not used yet. Did not come with any directions but the pole to set it up was easy to figure out. So far I am impressed.

Canyon at Backcountry.com on 03/18/2004

Love this bivy. Zero set up time (just unroll it and throw it on the ground) and great protection. The mesh bug screen is nice and the opening is a good size to get in and out of. I'm 5-9 and have no trouble with room in this guy. I can even throw my pack in at the top if my feet are all the way at the bottom. It definitely keeps you warm too. I've woken up with the outside covered in frost and had no moisture built up inside and stayed completely warm. Love this bivy and highly recommended to buddies.

silas shirley at Backcountry.com on 09/14/2009

I just got back from using this at 10K feet on Mt. Rainier. It dipped below freezing with 50 mph wind guests and the bivy performed flawlessly. No condensation and very wind resistant. I was able to fit my boots, water, food, and extra clothing in with me. It provides just enough space to prevent claustrophobia and no more. My only complaint is that it could benefit from a little extra shoulder room (I'm only 5-8, 160lbs). Otherwise ideal for a foul weather bivy. I plan on bringing it often for climbs.

Endurance Junkie at Backcountry.com on 08/31/2007

I've had my bivy since Jan 05 and have used it pretty steady year-round guiding since then. It's roomy and very comfortable to fit anything I need to keep close. I'm small (5'2 130lbs) so can get fully dressed in snow gear in the bivy if needs be. Only thing is I wish I'd seam-sealed it right away. Since I did it after 3 years it pulled all the seam tape off and made a mess. But I'm still dry sleeping out in the rain or snow with rare waterproofing treatment.

k-win at Backcountry.com on 07/05/2009

This is the first bivy that I have owned and as expected the Bibler quality is there. Seam taped, light weight, absolute bomber construction. My only complaint is that the girth at the shoulders seems tight. I am 6.0 and 180lbs and there was binding when I rolled to sleep on my side. Maybe I am just not use to Bivys. All and all a good light weight yet livable protective sleeping solution.

BCBoarder at Backcountry.com on 10/02/2006

I just took the Bipod Bivy along the South Cape Trail in deep south Tasmania. The bivy bag had to cope with strong winds, rain, hail and brilliant sunshine (all in the space of a few hours on occasions). The weather basically blows in straight from Antarctica but did not trouble my new bivy. It proved super light, watertight and very easy to set up. Well worth the money. One happy camper.

cambocarter at Backcountry.com on 03/12/2007

This is a nice alternative between the body bag type bivies and the downsized one-man tent types. If you are looking for a lighter bivy with a little head room then this is a good choice. Weighed in at 1lb.-12ozs. The material is very durable and the entry is much easier to get in and out of compared to the slide in hood type sacks.

Tony B. at Backcountry.com on 09/22/2006

This bivy is light and built with quality materials. I was a little worried about being claustrophobic, but it provides just enough room to feel comfortable. I put my pack near my feet to give it a little more roominess.

korp31111 at Backcountry.com on 08/26/2013

Neutral Reviews:

For side sleepers like me, the Bi-Pod Bivy is way too tight in both the hip and shoulder areas. Also, I use the Thermarest Neo-Air mattress which when fully inflated takes-up three inches in height.
I have reordered and have received the heavier but far more spacious Tri-Pod Bivy. Its size is just right for me.
The quality of both models is excellent.
I have two complaints with both models. First, the zip-up opening is much too small. The opening should have at least one more foot to facilitate entry into the bivy. Second, I don’t understand why the outer seams don’t come pre-sealed from the factory. Instead you are sent a tube of sealer and a syringe and must do it yourself.

RPr100409413 at Backcountry.com on 12/16/2009