Integrated Combat Equipment of Canada is releasing a limited run of Multicam Bivy Bags using Gore-tex 3 layer fabric left over from a design project for a large US supplier. Future Multicam Bivy production will utilize a 3 layer Stedair fabric from Duro. Additionally, they will have a coated nylon floor to help control costs.
The ICE bivy is generously cut (90â€ Long x 34â€ Wide (Flat) at shoulders). Made entirely from 3 Layer Gore-Tex the bivy is fully seam sealed. The 36â€ side zipper also features a flap. There is also an 8â€ overlap at face opening which has a wire stiffened hood. Finally, tie-out loops at head, hood, and foot complete the design.
The bivy comes standard with a stuff sack and at $185.00 US, this is a phenomenal price for a 100% Gore bivy, especially in Multicam. If you feel the price is high consider what one of my readers said elsewhere, “That price is cheap compared to a few cold and wet nights out in the woods. Think about how much you spend on motels “. Also upon reflection the Editor said that he recalls purchasing a Woodland 100% Gore-tex bivy in 1987 for about the same price! We could call this a “Deal of the Week” but it’s really more like a “Steal of the Week”.
Available in Multicam, Army UCP, and Woodland MARPAT. We have verified that there are Multicam bivies currently in stock but there will be a two week wait for UCP and MARPAT. If you want to secure a 100% Gore-tex bag you need to jump on this offer quickly.
To order visit ICE Tactical.