A simple bivvy bag weighing less than 400 g, Hunka is breathable, packs down small and a favourite of many weight conscious bikepackers and alpinists
Hunka bivvy bag
What could be better than sleeping out in the open making wishes on shooting stars, breathing in that crisp, fresh air and waking up to a beautiful sunrise.
The Hunka bivvy bag converts your sleeping bag into a shelter for the evening.
The Hunka is compact at under 400 g; perfect for all adventurers from alpinists and big wall climbers to minimalist campers and expedition leaders.
Lightweight and small enough to be used as an emergency bag but tough enough to withstand roughing it off the beaten track: Bung it in a kayak, stuff it in your rucksack or attach it to your fat bike- wherever you go and however you travel, a bivvy bag is an essential.
Multi-award winning, the Hunka frequently tops the Best Buy and Best Value awards for bivvy bags
- Sculptured hood with dual drawcords
- Fully taped seams
- Integral stuff sack
- Light enough to be used as an emergency bivvy bag
- If you are over 6'1" or want to put your mat inside the bivvy bag, you will need a Hunka XL.
Width across foot section: 22 cm
Packed circumference: 40 cm
Tapered shape: 215 cm long x 80 cm wide at shoulders
Weight: 330 g. (Kelp 30 g heavier).
2.5 layer ripstop nylon construction
Waterproof: HH 10,000 mm
Breathable: MVP of 10,000 g/m²/24 hr
For now, we will disregard the argument as to whether the Hunka is a bivvy, bivi or bivouac sack (it is a bivvy bag by the way) and focus on the fun you can have with it! If Mr Microadventure himself, Alastair Humphreys, hasn’t yet persuaded you of the wonders of the bivvy bag lifestyle, allow us to tell you a few of the best bivvy qualities. A bivvy bag will keep your sleeping bag safe from the elements; no more soggy down! And no more anxious nights laid awake worrying if your down bag is going to survive to the morning in a dripping snowhole. A bivvy bag is your answer! Access to the bag is through a simple drawcord closure system at the head of the bag. This can be cinched down tight to keep all but the worst of the weather out. You will be protected by the waterproof and windproof fabric, it is extremely breathable to minimise condensation build up in your sleeping bag and in clear skies the opening can left open to further help with this. With an integrated stuffsack located on the foot section of the bag, it can be quickly packed away.
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A good entry level bivvi bag
As stated in the title, the Hunka is a great entry level bag. With that being said it's a bit hard to get into. A simple half length waterproof zipper would be something I think most people would happily pay extra for. Also purchase a head-net! It's moderately lightweight, sometimes I simply use it to keep condensation off my down quilt. Thinking about adding a few mods to it myself. I do think this is a great buy for someone starting out in the bivvi option. If you want to keep your gear inside the bivvi with you, I'd opt for the XL option.
Super light, easy to pack and unpack, good quality and well priced.
Best Bivvy out there
I've used this while cycling John O'Groats to Lands End. It's super light weight and keeps your sleeping bag dry as can be. Cannot recommend highly enough. I'm 5ft 7in and the bag fits comfortably. Any taller than 6ft then the XL is for you.