The Slumberjack® Contour Bivy Sack keeps adventurers protected from the elements without weighing them down. The ultimate in lightweight overnight protection in the wild, this 4-season bivy sack offers the protection of a tent without the carry size or weight. Made of a waterproof and breathable 80D polyester, this compact shelter provides tremendous protection from nasty weather with a 2,000wp/9,000 mm coating and water repelling DWR treatments. 70D polyester floor features a 2,000 mm coating to lock out ground moisture. This personalized design also features a hoop and mesh window at the top to give your ventilation and visibility and unique "arms out" functionality. Accommodates sleeping bag (not included) easily. Carry bag included. Dimensions: 88"x34"x14". Packed size: 11"x11"x4". Carry weight: 1 lb. 6 oz. Imported. Manufacturer model #: 58756215.
Lightweight and protective 1-person shelter for adventurers
Waterproof and breathable 80D polyester body with 2,000wp/9,000 mm coating and water repelling DWR treatments
Hoop and mesh window at the top - ventilation and visibility
70D polyester floor with 2,000 mm coating
Holds sleeping bag (not included)
Unique "arms out" functionality
Web ID: 9992336347
Rated 1 out of
Don’t by thisFourth attempt...Cabrla’s says that it “values my opinion”...let’s see. So I picked up this bivy, shoved a sleeping bag in it, and went out and laid in my lawn to see how it did. The fabric and zippers seem to be fine, but the canopy feature is pointless. When in its carrying pouch, the canopy support/plastic hoop is tightened down into a circle a third the size it needs to be when set up, so its tension memory is always trying to close around your head when erected. On top of that, they decided not to put any guylines or places to attach guylines or stakes on the bivy to combat this effect. Sure your shoulders can keep the canopy support separated, but there is still no possible way to keep it vertical. As the air slowly eases out of the bivy, the canopy portion slowly falls down onto your face...essentially making it an expensive tarp that you zipped yourself up into. The only way to make this bivy look like it does in the picture on the bag would be to take the blower motor off of last winters inflatable snowman and hook it up to the bivy. It would have been so easy to add a few loops for stakes and guylines to make this a worthwhile product, but they didn't. So, unless you like things sitting on your face while sleeping, I strongly suggest going a different direction. That being said, (here is where I can’t mention making modifications to the inferior product in hopes of making it better), but I shouldn't have to. SKJ...if you want to (this is where I tried to make a very vague reference to the items cost)...get your act together and make it work like it should and how you advertise that it does. Until then, I STRONGLY suggest that any of you looking at this product go find a cheaper and BETTER product. Fix it and I'll change my review. Until then, I have to be honest. FYI...I really hate giving negative reviews, but, for the money, this is the equivalent of teats on a boar.
Date published: 2018-05-20
Rated 5 out of
Packs small and very lightweightVery lightweight bivy that packs down to almost nothing. I have both the bivy and tarp, which combined make a great shelter in the backcountry. When you don't want to carry extra weight, but have this as a primary (or emergency) shelter you can't go wrong here.
The sit-up feature (dual zips) works great.
Date published: 2017-07-21
Rated 5 out of
ExcellentEvertthing from Cabelas hs been super quality
Date published: 2016-03-08
Rated 5 out of
Great bivyThis is a great Bivy, I used mine this year paired up with the Slumberjack Satellite Tarp.
Date published: 2015-10-17
Rated 3 out of
first impressionJust picked this bivy up today. Setup up in the living room. The bivy has plenty of room, I'm a broad shouldered man, 5'9 it has about 12" of extra space on the length. The zippers are smooth and very functional. The hoop is a great feature and works well. I have a rei minimalist and an army bivy so far the contour has them beat hands down. I will update with in field use when I have a chance.