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Re: [pct-l] bivy sac an option?


Thanks for the integral designs website. Both the Unishelter and the
Sola look interesting. The Sola seems a wonderful compromise on albeit
cursory examination. Are you using it or the Unishelter? This looks
better than the Eureka Gossamer to me. Thanks again.

Namaste, m

Tom Sweetnam wrote:
> I have an Integral Designs bivy I like a lot.
> http://www.integraldesigns.com/bivy/
> I bought it in Canada (where it is manufactured) for late fall and early
> winter trekking when I was up there hiking the Rockies two years ago.
> This is one TOUGH bivy. Check out their other lightweight shelter
> options on their web page. Bibler makes a very nice bivy too. As to
> socks, check out Big 5 next time you're near one. They have a rack of
> Solomon marino wool hiking socks (also made in Canada) in two
> thicknesses that are every bit as nice as the Wigwams and they're almost
> always on sale for $6 a pair. What a deal! I've put many many miles on
> the four pairs I have and none of them show any signs of ever wearing
> out.
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