Cabela's Hunter Bivouac

Priced: $109.88 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's Hunter Bivouac -
When your hunt takes you deep into the wilderness and you get your trophy at last light, you'll be glad to have this compact, lightweight solo-shelter. Made of 70-denier 190T nylon rip-stop with a 1,500mm waterproof rated coating and fully taped seams for maximum protection. Uses two ultralight 8.5mm 7001 series aluminum poles and ultralight 7075 aluminum V-stakes. Large ventilation panel on back wall has zippered hook-and-loop closure. Arch shaped door with No.5 YKK® zippers doubles as an awning with provided additional aluminum poles. Packs down in stuff sack to 5-1/2" x 16" with a minimum weight of only 2 lbs. 6 oz.; making it ideal for deep-woods hunts where you may need to set up a spike camp or have shelter overnight. Imported.
Camo pattern:Seclusion 3D Outfitter™.


  • Packs down to 5-1/2" x 16"

Weather and Wind:

  • 1,500mm waterproof rated coating


  • Extremely lightweight 2lbs. 6oz. minimum weight
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Cabela's Hunter Bivouac Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

High Mountain Tent

I have taken this tent up to the high country in Colorado twice now hunting elk. We spike camp it at 11,500 ft and stay up for a week. The elk we hunt can be found at 10,000 to 12,500ft. My equipment needs to extremely lightweight, durable, funtional, and essential. If it doesn't fit any of these criteria, it doesn't go in the pack. This tent works for me and at half the price of other minimalist 1 person tents. The best part is that it's lightlweight and functional. At 11,500 ft in September the nights get cold - 20's to 30's. This tent has the ability to retain the heat from your body. I found myself unzipping my 20 degree down bag to cool me off. Of course with this heat retention at those temperatures condensation develops. This you will have to manage. I keep the venting ports wide open with sticks and open the zipper a bit. If you check the forecast and no rain is expected you can open the main window (from the outside) . But the more you open the window , the more heat is lost. I am 6'3, 225 lbs and this tents fits me plus gear and boots. My pack and bow stay outside, so make sure you have somekind of waterproof tarp or poncho to cover those type of gear.
mtnmanbill at Cabelas on 09/25/2012

Better than expectation

When I ordered this product I did not know what to expect. I needed something that was light that will pack onto my cat quiver and that I could go on bow hunts and stay overnight. This item fits the bill. Very quick and easy to put up, and the awning is a nice feature. The other day I was in the mountains with 30 to 40MPH wind gusts and the Hunter Bivouac held up.
Ioannes at Cabelas on 09/11/2012

Knowledge and the Bivouac is a GREAT combination.

I hike, ride (BCH) in all seasons. This bivouac shelter is light and with background knowledge of the back country, is a great shelter. Rain, sleet, snow, it's a great choice for an individual shelter.
BlueRidgeRider at Cabelas on 12/30/2013

Negative Reviews:


I purchased this tent for a 4 day backpacking deer hunt this past August. The tent was horrible. Worst 4 nights of sleep ever! If you are at all claustrophobic don't buy this tent. Every morning I woke up to a wet interior, and when you sat up to get dressed the wet walls sucked in on you. Like the other reviews stated it needs a mesh door. The tent could also use stake loops in at the mid points of the tent. I had to put rocks in the tent to keep it from sucking in at night. On the plus side the tent is very well made, easy to set up, and very lite weight. too little too late. This tent will not be making a return trip to my backpack
Leftcoastbowhunter at Cabelas on 01/09/2014