Outdoor Research Advanced Bivy Sack $175. In excellent condition, no rips, tears or repairs. Only used on snow, so no rocks, sticks, branches compromising floor integrity. 3-layer Gore-Tex fabric. Hyrdoseal coated nylon floor. Fully taped seams. Extra wide storm flap around zipper. High volume in foot section. I’m 5’8” and had no problems fitting everything I wanted into my bivy at night--inner boots, water bottles, thermos, extra clothing, etc. It weighs 31 oz with poles, 22 oz w/out poles or netting, it’s 90” long, 26” wide at shoulders, foot circumference 52”, packs down to 4x15 ½”. There are 2 poles to keep bivy off face when closed. Having the bivy off my face and highly adjustable was one of the best features for me. I’m fairly claustrophobic so having it off my face was key. The adjustability was also key--started out toasty so would have the hood way down; as I cooled down, I could keep moving it hood up, keeping more of my body heat in. Two inner Velcro straps hold sleeping pad in place. It comes with a mesh screen which I’ve never used. If it was warm enough for bugs, I wasn’t using the bivy. However, I kept the screen and it comes with the sack. Original instructions included as well. If you like going light, you’ll love this option. Selling Ahwahnee Bibler tent; Black Prophets, Aermet picks and more. E-mail email@example.com.