- Alpkit Hunka Bivi Bags
im around 6ft and 11 stone and wish I had gone for the large to be honest, would rather have too much space then not enough.
performance wise it does well but you will need to keep your head covered with a micro tarp or similar. A friend of mine managed to roll out from his tarp and woke up soaked because you cant seal the top of the bag but for the price there awesome.Posted 5 years agoB.A.NanaMember
cheaper bivi bags usually have a simple drawcord closure ie like a sleeping bag closure. If the weather is bad, you might want to retreat further inside the bag, a bigger bag will allow you to do this. Also, with a bigger bag you can stash some kit inside ie clothes, headtorch, shoes, even rucksack/pannier.Posted 5 years ago
Rab Survival Zone is also well regarded @ £55-ish.matthewlhomeMember
I have a normal one (although only used it a few times). i am 5″10 and a bit chubby. I would go for the XL if i were buying now (wasnt available when i got mine). It is about as snug as i would want – i find my toes also press on it (size 11). But…. it is perfect for the use it has had and the number of times i have used it.Posted 5 years ago
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