Hooped Bivy Sack
More...The Hooped Bivy Sack is a superlight, bivouac sack designed for climbers, bicyclists...anyone needing a lightweight sack. All seams are factory seam taped. The floor is coated nylon taffeta, with a slightly tapered foot section for efficiency. Both the foot and head ends of the Bibler Hooped Bivy sack are "boxed," so they won't cramp your toes. Double storm flap and rain gutter have no sewn seams, so it can't leak.
Eos 1-Person 3-Season solo
More...The Eos 1-Person 3-Season tent is a new lightweight solo tent. Designed with Marmot's new hub system, the Eos provides more room with less weight and fewer pieces to set up. You can set up your tent quickly with the one pole system. A roomy vestibule lets you store more gear outside the tent while still keeping it protected from weather. The true bathtub floor provides weather protection.
More...The Bipod Bivy sack is both functional and comfortable. A shock-corded Easton aluminum pole arches over the head and shoulder area to provide a roomy space. There's a large zippered entry on the Bipod Bivy sack that provides easy access, excellent ventilation and rolls back to reveal a nice size net door. There is no condensation and it is very wind resistant. You can fit boots, water, food, and extra clothing.
Big Wall Bivy
More...The Big Wall Bivy sack is a minimalist shelter that was designed for harsh environments and technical rock climbing. The wire reinforcement in the hood cuts down on claustrophobia while the ToddTex keeps you dry. Climbers rave about the Big Wall Bivy sack for its full strength tie in point which allows you to stay clipped in and sealed off at the same time.
More...This lightweight bivy sack features waterproof breathable Pertex shell fabric as well as a mesh panel opening for full ventilation. Sleeping pad straps keep you from shifting off your mat. Multiple stake and guy loops secure the bivy in rough weather conditions. Small internal mesh pocket holds your contact case or small essentials. Taped seams and Hydroseal-coated floor keep you dry even in soggy locales.
Tripod Bivy Bag
More...The Tripod Bivy sack is a larger, more spacious and more civilized version of the bivy sack for solo adventures. The Tripod bivy weighs only 2.24 lbs. The three poles add head and foot room, increasing the usable interior space eliminating the dreaded bivy sack claustrophobia. The ToddTex fabric provides protection while allowing the breathability necessary for a comfortable, moisture-free night.
More...A single DAC featherlite aluminum pole slides in to provide you with plenty of headroom. The Spotlight’s large zippered entry point makes it easy to slide in and out of. The ventilation of a mesh awning creates excellent ventilation.
Home Alone Bivy
More...The Home Alone Bivy is all you need. It is lightweight (less than 2 pounds). The MemBrain Strata fabric means when the rain comes with muggy, lowland heat, you’ll stay dry.
Big Agnes Three Wire Bivy
More...Ample headroom and waterproof breathable protection from eVent fabric means you stay sane and dry during your solo missions.