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Mammut Sphere Bivi

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The Mammut Sphere Bivi is a lightweight, waterproof and durable bivouac bag for all climbing and mountaineering essentialists. With an upper part made of a breathable... Show more >
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Mammut Sphere Bivi

The Mammut Sphere Bivi is a lightweight, waterproof and durable bivouac bag for all climbing and mountaineering essentialists. With an upper part made of a breathable waterproof membrane (15,000 mm and M/P 15,000 g/m²/24h) and a lower part consisting of more durable waterproof ripstop fabric (5000 mm), the Mammut Sphere Bivi is breathable and hardwearing in all the places it needs to be. Equipped with rope openings, a drawstring and an integrated stuff bag, the Mammut Sphere Bivi is reliable and light for any and all outdoor enthusiasts.

Tech specs

WEIGHT310 g
MAIN MATERIAL(S)shelterTX™ 1 (bluesign®-approved)
INSULATIONNone
LININGenduranceTX™ 3 (bluesign®-approved)

Features

Sphere Bivi

shelterTX™ 1 (bluesign®-approved)

An extraordinarily waterproof, breathable and robust outer material. The laminate lets condensation dissipate and offers excellent protection against damp from outside material.

Sphere Bivi

enduranceTX™ 3 (bluesign®-approved)

Very durable, water-resistant nylon ripstop material with PU coating. Ripstop fabrics are made by weaving a nylon thread in interlocking, crosshatched patterns through a base material. (You can spot its distinguishable appearance in fabrics with a raised box or diamond pattern.) This reinforced construction prevents rips and tears from spreading across the fabric, increasing their ability to withstand abrasion.

1 product review

Average rating

Sphere Bivi
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4
Based on 1 rating
Small and light

I used this bivi inside of the tent during a multi day mountain trip to keep my sleeping bag dry from the condensation. In that regard it performed really well and my bag stayed dry. I haven't used it yet as a solo bivi bag as I always bring my tent with me. The only annoying thing about this Bivi is that it is not that easy to fold it back into its pocket because of the air which enters during the folding. To minimize that, I usually first fold it starting from the pocket (opposite side) to the top of the Bivi so that the air can escape. After that, while unfolding it bit by bit, I fold the other side of it and finally insert it into it's pocket. When packed, it has really minimal dimensions so there is no reason why I wouldn't bring it with me to any of my further trips to the mountains.

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