Why carry your tent poles ? The bivouac 1.5 is a luxurious 1.5 man tent that only utilizes one mountain stick for set up. The combination of single and double wall technology, minimize or eliminate condensation.
Setting up in less than a minute, the Bivouac is a low profile tent that gives you an advantage during inclement weather. You can open it for a breeze or close it up depending on your needs. The vestibule at the front is accessible from the inside and outside of the tent. This makes gear storage and accessibility very convenient. The vestibule has two bungees that allow for a curtain effect increasing ventilation with the pull of a cord from inside or outside. Comes in Shale Grey and Olive Green.
Let us know during your purchase which color you prefer
- Tent weight 2 lbs 1 oz.
- 15 D nylon silicone impregnated 4500 mm waterproof rating
- 21 ft.² on the floor fits an individual as tall as 6 ft 9 inches
- Two people can fit in this tent uncomfortably in a pinch.
- Packing size. 7 “wide 10.5 “tall 4 “deep
|Dimensions||6 × 4 × 8 in|
Olive drab, Shale Grey
Todd Cook –
The bivouac 1.5 tent that utilizes the mountain stick poles as its internal support is absolutely awesome. It weighs next to nothing. It’s compact and fits into a 10th of the space in my backpack compared to my old tent ,poles and rain fly. The bivouac 1.5 tent does that by utilizing the mountain stick poles as its frame and is absolutely awesome. It weighs nothing. It’s compact. It’s sturdy and easy and intuitive to set up. It allows me access to country by decreasing weight that I never used to be able to get into and overall it extends my range by about 20% by allowing me to carry extra food, water and optics weight that I used to be carrying in tent and tripod weight (my mountain sticks trekking poles are my tent poles and tripod and with Cole Mtn MMD tripod head I can securely attach a 115 Swarovski ATX and glass all day). This tent and pole system are benefiting me the most in high altitude high Alpine hunting because of the reduced weight of everything. I’ve been able to carry more food and water and better optics and stay on the mountain longer. It’s a three season tent that I’ve used as a Four season tent and done well. It sets up easily in less than five minutes even in adverse weather conditions and it’s sturdy. I don’t know how I survived without my bivouac 1.5 tent and my mountain sticks.