/ NEW REVIEW: The Bearable Lightness of Bivi Gear
"From mats to shelters to cookware, most bivvying gear has shed weight and bulk in recent years. Though kit seems to be getting lighter all the time, is it improving in other ways? I'm no fast and light fanatic and would never willingly sacrifice comfort, usability or durability on the altar of a featherweight fetish. But all else being equal, lighter has to be righter."
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/gear/review.php?id=3728
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