Eagle's Camp Bivy Tent

Priced: $29.99 Rated:   - 2 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
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Eagle's Camp Bivy Tent -
Go light and compact with your shelter without losing the protection you need for a comfortable night’s sleep during foul weather. This affordable bivy has 185T polyester taffeta tent walls and floor, both with a 1,000mm waterproof-rated coating. Shock-corded fiberglass poles set up quickly and combine with the pre-attached guy ropes for stability in high winds. Mesh screen on door for ventilation. Storage pocket. Imported.
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Eagle's Camp Bivy Tent Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Light, Packs Tight, Good Weather only.

This is actually a really great tent. It packs to 17" length x about 4.5 to 5" (depending on how tight you roll it). That's when packed without the zippered carrying case & including stakes and folding poles. Only 3 short poles extend and prop either end & a few cords & included stakes anchor the corners, ends & sides. Very quick set up. Has a silver coating to reflect the heat. Zippered screen &solid door + tie backs. Good breeze when pointed in right direction. Deflects moisture quite well but floor gets wet without footprint. Only draw back is you have to find a tarp to suffice for a footprint.
jjsteel1 at Cabelas on 07/10/2012

Negative Reviews:

Will get you through, barely

I used this on a three night backpacking trip. It rained every night, ranging from a drizzle to a steady downpour, and the rain stayed outside. I did have a problem with condensation building up on the walls, though, and I had to be very careful not to shake the tent as I got out in the morning or my stuff would get wet. The tent is a bit on the heavy side for a solo tent, there's not enough headroom to sit upright, and not much room inside for much besides a sleeping bag. For the price, it almost seems a good deal, but I don't think it's worth it.
the1drewster at Cabelas on 04/08/2013

Not good

Fine - it is cheap; but not free standing, has to be tethered to keep tent material off camper; no sleeves or loops for tent poles; pay a little more....
drparticular at Cabelas on 10/15/2012