A one-pound backpack becomes a camping tent in 30 seconds.


When it comes to outdoor activities, there must be less luggage. That’s why we’ve always seen so much emphasis on making adventure gear as light as possible, and Kenny Flannery can certainly claim it with his super light BivyPack.
The 1 pound (450 g) is BivyPack Flannery after more than a decade of uninterrupted travel dream, is actually a more compact, lighter, more delicate subsequent backpack tents combination, he managed to gather all of the in 2016.
In the backpacks, the new BivyPack meets the standards that airlines carry around and includes pockets, such as water bottles and raincoats, to help pack a total capacity of 40 litres (10.5 gallons).
Outside the hexagonal grid laceration resistant nylon, claiming that high water proofing property and durability, wrapped around the carbon fiber frame, carefully, to create a ventilation for backpack and back between space, to avoid the accumulation of sweat. It also comes with adjustable hips and chest straps to help extend the time of the hike.

As it begins to camp, the carbon fiber frame slides out and expands outward into a tent pole on either side of the tent. The mesh fabric is made of breathable laminated film, Flannery says, which allows the perspiration and water vapor in the breath to escape while providing rain (and bedbugs).
To get extra protection, Bivy’s design can hold a raincoat on the outside, while a foot vent can provide air flow through the other end. In all, Bivy is 8.5 feet (2.6 meters) long and 28 inches (70 centimeters) wide. It is said to be suitable for people who are 6 ‘6 “(198 cm) tall.
Flannery has returned to Kickstarter to provide funding for the upgraded BivyPack, and has started to raise $10,000 for production and received $5,300 in pledges when writing this article. If all goes according to plan, an early $299 promise will be shipped in June.


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