Rab Alpine Bivi

 

RRP: £270.00
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Alpine Bivi bag

The Rab Alpine Bivi Bag is perfect for those that are looking for a larger capacity bag but yet packs down fairly small. It has a eVent waterproof fabric with a durable 70 denier nylon base.

The wider cut of this bag permits the lofting of a thicker winter sleeping bag to take place.

  • Lightweight 3L 15d eVent® fabric
  • 1 person
  • Differential cut sleeping bag pattern design
  • End zip entrance
  • 70d coated nylon bathtub floor
  • Packed size: 30cm x 10cm (12 x 4 inches)
  • Weight:460g
  • Deployed size: 235cm x 90cm x 30cm

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